Between Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, and Big Ben, it’s not a stretch to say this neighbourhood is home to some of London’s most iconic sights. You might not initially think of Westminster as somewhere relaxing to stay, but this beautiful flat defies expectations. It’s housed in a grand building with bright red brickwork and white decorative detailing – very aptly, this is also home to the Arts Council of England. The flat is a perfect example of serenely modern interiors with touches of elegance and class. From the marble worktops, to the velvet sofa, to the deep green tiles in the bathroom, luxury features stand out against sweeping spaces with neutral colour schemes. Contrary to the hustle and bustle of Westminster, this home is free of clutter and statement pieces. With a simple outdoor terrace off the main living area, you can even dine alfresco – if you’re not heading out for dinner, that is. Less than ten minutes from here, Westminster tube station will take you all over London. We recommend taking a few stops or a twenty-minute stroll to Soho – international cuisine, late-night cocktail bars, and boutique shopping will be a pleasant contrast to your peaceful home.
Home truths: *Only a filter coffee machine is available, but you can head out to a nearby café nearby if you need an espresso
*You won't meet the host when you arrive, the check-in is all done digitally
*While the outdoor space is advertised as a terrace, it's more of a small outdoor decking area with a simple dining setup
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