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Notting Hill is a wealthy neighborhood that has continued to make an upwardly mobile push in the real estate market. Less expensive than St. John’s Wood, it’s a perfect stepping stone for dual income professionals where they can mix with their own kind and be surrounded by protective and green boundaries. There are many premium Notting Hill rentals in the center of town beginning with those on Kensington Park Road, and traveling west through the center of town. Each street surrounding the center circle of town is backed by significant green space and offers a number of courtyards. Moving out in any direction will bring about the Notting Hill rentals such as row housing that is spacious and comfortable. But such nice surroundings do cost, and what you will pay for in Notting Hill rentals is always significantly higher than the average in London.

One of the mainstays of the area and a section that makes it so desirable is that the small shops and markets give you that lifestyle that lets you feel you can relax no matter what area of the neighborhood you find yourself in. Portobello Road Market is a local favorite for shopping and there are a number of great cinemas, bars, restaurants, and pubs that are all done well. Notting Hill Gate offers a cross section of selections’ and places and things to choose from for activities.

Perhaps the only time of year that you may feel crowded in this beautiful and storybook London village is during the Notting Hill Carnival which takes over every August. The annual event streams over one million attendees and the fanfare is something not to miss. Restaurants, and theaters, and galleries alike all get into the mix. The Caribbean-themed, Notting Hill Carnival is the largest of its kind in all of Europe, and the bohemian hipness seems to remain in the area long after the parades have left.Though Notting Hill Gate is the fastest and most direct Tube station handling the District and Circle Lines into the neighborhood, Westbourne Park or Ladbroke Grove stations are less congested and allow you to catch the Circle or the City lines.

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Shops, Restaurants, Pubs, and Clubs

There are two stand out restaurants that deserve their own recognition; catering to the best of the best The Ledbury received accommodations for being one of “London’s Best French Restaurant’s”. And E & O has the distinguished honor of being awarded “The Best Restaurant in Notting Hill”. Staying on the same similar high-end fare you will find a sleek atmosphere and Italian cuisine done well at Assaggi, which was earmarked as one of “London’s Best Italian Restaurants’”.

Being in postcode representative flare there is, of course, a farm-to-table offering, Clarke’s Restaurant, where you might oversee a number of business lunches reliant upon the abundance of service the restaurant is known for. Humane meats and organic vegetables are combined in British, Mediterranean, and European flare that draws a consistent enough crowd to require reservations in the evenings. Nearby is good Greek specialties served at Mazi. While at that end of town if you don’t have time to sit down and take in a meal, take away from The Shed, with a modern British menu you can’t go wrong.

Though Notting Hill is no hangout for those looking for a real “bar scene” as it caters more to those appreciating food and its accouterments over a drink. Still, there are a number of pubs in which to get comfortable and let loose a bit. The northeast corner features the Pig and Whistle, moving westward to The Elgin, a Victorian style Gastropub, in the same direction just a bit north is the Red Lemon Pub and just south of that, (walking distance from The Elign) is The Castle. The Castle is a contemporary place for the upper social class to let their hair down in a popular market-style area.

For a more vintage type pub experience just a couple blocks east of the center of town, in The Prince Edward, a chic pub with British comfort food, and for the similar vintage feel you can visit The Hillgate Pub with its antiques and atmosphere is a good spot for a pint. In keeping with the old, there is The Churchill Arms, a Churchill-themed memorabilia spot from the great British leader. Just around the bend from that is the Sun In Splendor, which provides a heated terrace and rich wood furnishings. There is really no bad place to go in the Notting Hill neighborhood of choices.


There are a number of beautifully sculpted areas and private garden courtyards in Notting Hill and its parks offerings are almost perfunctory as each living space seems dotted with English Gardens. Notting Hills colorful row housing and Notting Hill rental flats can offer greenery and refinement at the same time, as does the Japanese Gardens at the south end of town. Holland Park is a leafy wooded and sculpted Japanese Garden that inspires tranquility and peace while within the London limits and the trendy postcode. Just East lies the Japanese Gardens of Kyoto Garden where waterfalls and the picturesque ponds bring out the best Notting Hill has to offer in its numerous green spaces.

There are any numbers of playgrounds in the areas for those with children and there are other, smaller green spaces to take in. There’s the green space at Campden Hill Square, and Ladbroke Square Garden to the north as well. Though it’s in the neighboring Kensington, Kensington Gardens is acres and acres of open green and park space.


Notting Hill is literally surrounded by Tube Stations. To the north, there is Ladbroke Grove and Latimer Road, south to Shepherd’s Bush, and Holland Park, east to Notting Hill Gate, or further east at Bayswater or Queensway stations. Also at Shepherd’s Bush off Holland Park Avenue you will find a National Rail Station.