Welcome! (Look closely: here we are enjoying a generous bite at our favourite local, Manuka Kitchen.) Charlotte and Adrian have curated urban smart design that’s comfortably dressed in pleasing Victorian details: cornices, corbels, dentils, and dormers. Here, chic means making the most of every inch: lighting where you need it, USB plugs where you want them, water that works, secure windows that open to the morning’s fresh air in the middle of London, a G&T at six, a jazz tune for guests after a long day of discovery, and the stars and forks of London's foodie Fulham neighbourhood. After years in the corporate arena and world travel, we enjoy sharing our home with those wise globetrotters eager to make new discoveries.
CondeNast Traveler features Fulham neighbourhood in London: "The languorous grounds of Fulham Palace include a walled apple orchard, a Tudor archway and century-old wisteria. This was once the kitchen garden for the Bishops of London, who summered here..."
Trip Culture features London Fulham: "The locals, happily dwelling in London’s Fulham, keep polishing it by opening more places, which outsiders also would like to discover and experience...See what all this fuss is about."
Lonely Planet recommends Bed and Breakfast Barclay House London: "Staying here is a cheaper, edgier, cooler and more offbeat choice than booking into the West End, while transport connections are excellent and getting about is a breeze."
Local artist oil on linen of
21 Barclay Road SW61EJ London Mary Cane-Honeysett (1993)