From retail therapy on Kensington High Street and Kensington Church Street, to a cultural trip to the renowned Design Museum, a stroll around the vast parkland of Kensington Gardens, or a meal at any of the eclectic local restaurants, Kensington offers a vibrant mix of culture and leisure.
High Street Kensington offers a huge variety of conveniences to services which benefits from a hub of activity which attracts people from all over the capital Supermarkets and coffee shops.
There are three large supermarkets within a short distance from the building, these are Marks and Spencer, Waitrose and Whole Foods. Each shop offers a selection of ingredients for all cuisines.
Perky Blenders is a family run coffee company on the opposite side of the road to Stafford Court which serves hot beverages and an assortment of food.
Food & Drink
Megan’s on the High Street is located next door to the reception area of the building. This dog friendly, Mediterranean restaurant is open for open for brunch, lunch, dinner & cocktails all through the year.
CôteBistro Kensington is a French brasserie chain of restaurants serving local regional specialities along with traditional, classic food from the highest quality sourced ingredients. This eatery is based a short stroll down the high street.
Percy’s Kensington is a dynamic, buoyant bar which serves high quality beverages to a mixture of food to benefit all. Open throughout the year in the evenings for a spot for an easy, yet relaxing time with friends and family to the unexpected later ones.
Kensington Palace is home to most of the working British Royal Family in London, set in Kensington Gardens and the official home to TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children.
Holland Park has 55 acres of garden space which includes children’s play facilities, areas full of natural wildlife as well as a sports area and cafeteria.
The Design Museum located between Holland Park and Kensington High Street has inspiring exhibitions exploring contemporary product, industrial, graphic, fashion, and architectural design. In 2018, the museum won the European Museum of the Year Award.
The closest London Underground station is Kensington High Street that has the Circle and District lines going towards the City of London among other places throughout London.
There is a very good bus service which has plenty of stops going in all directions from Stafford Court.
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