Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday apartment in Regents Park - Cambridge Gate
3 bedroom, 4 bathroom home with a balcony overlooking Regent’s Park
Red letter day
A page-turn from Regent’s Park, Cambridge Gate reads like a classic. From the oxblood-red bedrooms to the sea-green marble hallway, no pen-portrait of this home will be short on history. Walls are lined with eye-opening originals, bridge tables stand ready for play, and bookshelves groan with every genre. But rather than curl up with a learned volume, why not bookmark it for later? Whether you turn to the balcony, the vast drawing room, or the patisseries of Marylebone, here you can plot your own story.
A literary agent of wide renown, you’ll most often find your host absorbed in a tome. She is a lawyer, and together they revised two apartments into one to create Cambridge Gate.
From its marbled floor to its twin palm trees, the entrance to this home knows about setting a scene. Prise a book from the shelves of the deep crimson sitting room, or sip countless cups of tea in the drawing room.
With its grand piano and walls of art, here you’re able to live the real salon life. The balcony gazes right onto Regent’s Park, or perhaps you’d prefer to work out body rather than mind in the superbly equipped gym. Either way, days are sure to end happily in one of three colourful bedrooms.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
About Owner / Property Manager
onefinestay gives you the chance to stay in someone's place while they're out of town. You get to live their life for a few days and nights.
Booking a stay is as easy as booking a hotel room. And there's service to match.
Nobody wants to be a tourist, so our homes come with recommendations from the people who live in them. For everything else, we're here 24/7.
Why Owner / Property Manager chose Regents Park
Akin to an emerald adorning the fringe of central London, banded by the silvery canal which tracks round its northern edge, the plush royal space of Regent’s Park started life as a hunting ground for Henry VIII.
Today it is one of London’s most popular parks and one of the most exclusive places to live. Residents of the grand Nash terraces that ring the park have included HG Wells, who lived there during the Blitz, author Elizabeth Bowen and composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Today’s residents include the US Ambassador and the Sultan of Brunei. Landmarks not to be missed in the area include London Zoo and the Open Air Theatre, while Fitzrovia and Soho are a short walk south, and Primrose Hill and Camden offer a choice of watering holes to the north.
What makes this apartment unique
Booking a stay is as easy as booking a hotel room, with online payment and confirmation. You get the same attention to detail and personal service too.
Every home is properly cleaned before and after you stay, beds made (we can even do hospital corners) and bathrooms kitted out with luxury toiletries. There’s a maid service if you want it, as well as other hotel-style amenities.
Once we’ve helped you settle in, we’re just a call away, 24/7. If it’s something we can’t solve over the phone, we’ll pop over to lend a hand.
And because nobody wants to be a tourist, our homes come with personal and unique recommendations from the people who live in them – places to eat, things to do and adventures to go on.