London’s Fulham & Parsons Green Neighbourhood is Trendy and Trending
Fulham Broadway is vibrant, connected, trending and offers a Whole Foods Food Market around the corner.
Off the Fulham Road, from our hotel in London with boutique B&B guest rooms,
just jump on the London Underground tube or a red bus--14 or 414-- up Fulham Road to South Kensington's 3 major museums and all that is London, including Harrods, Knightsbridge shopping and Hyde Park/Kensington Gardens.
What more could you want or need when you're staying in a lively, but quite peaceful London neighborhood?
From Fulham Broadway to Parsons Green there is 'loca'l everything,
from cobblers to cafes, (best espresso at Shot; best hot chocolate at Lekkerbek), to pubs, parks and cycling paths,
all surrounded by a genuine mix of gentrified townhouse Victorian homes on leafy roads
to lots of mansion blocks in between.
Fulham’s posh sensibility means you’ll find excellent small restaurants, some run by their owners, such as Manuka Kitchen,
and others are part of the better chain names like Côte Brasserie, Wagamama, Yo Sushi.
Real local pubs serve up some of the freshest pints (of beer!) and best fish and chips in London (The Malt House) and burgers to your heart’s content (The White Horse on Parsons Green).
The pub turned first Michelin-starred pub with food, The Harwood Arms,
is a 5 minute walk from the our Luxury London B&B in Fulham (book 3 months ahead, though).
Who stays in our Luxury B&B near Parsons Green?
Well-heeled travellers, parents of those living in the area and those wanting a five-star-feel accommodation in London (Fulham).
The tube--around the corner from Barclay House London B&B and all the red buses at Fulham Broadway lead to everywhere that you want to go, whether its up the Kings Road for shopping or up the Fulham Road for the Victoria and Albert Museum and South Ken.
For our B&B guests seeking something worthy of Rick Steves but yet to be discovered by him, Fulham Palace at Putney Bridge offers 500 years of architectural history. Explore the arboretum started by the Bishops of London whose clergy, sent to the New World, sent back specimens of Sequoias, American Maples and other majestic species. The Cafe in the Georgian side of the Palace has some of the best cakes and breads made at the Jamie Oliver bakery.