Landmarks in Chelsea
66 Royal Hospital Road
London SW3 4HS
Like the beautiful Holland Park this place deserves accolades like 'hidden gem', 'London's best kept secret', 'secret garden' etc. It's a superb place...
London SW1W 8RQ
Not a big fan of horticulture, I don't know the names of the plants or how to grow them but it was a stunning display, some of the sets were amazing.
1-30 Cale Street & Elystan Street
London SW3 3QU
a nice relaxed bit of chelsea to have a drink and hide from the kings road-indeed as last reviwer said,the odd special brew drinker but mostly...
64 Cheyne Walk
London SW3 5LT
Situated close to Chelsea Embankment, a short walk from Battersea bridge, Chelsea Old Church appears as a rather unprepossessing, modern-looking red...
London SW1X 9BZ
Located just off busy Sloane Square, Holy Trinity is one of the Churches most closely associated with the Arts & Crafts movement in the UK, and is a...
Rule Number 1 in London: Walk
Rule Number 1a: Always, always and by all means venture off the main roads.
Example: Glebe Place, off the King's...
119 Eaton Square
London SW1X 7AT
Whether you like the arcitecture of St Peter's or not (and as one reviewer says, some do think it's quite clinical), it's a wonderful church and do go...
37 Pimlico Road
London SW1W 8NE
Great, British-inflected cocktail selection, okay wine selection but really rubbish service.
If what is essentially a pub insists on providing...
30 Bourne Street
London SW1W 8JJ
Hidden away behind Sloane Square tube station, amidst the rows of stuccoed terraces, lies the small chapel of St Mary's Bourne Street.
London SW3 4LW
On the embankment there is a lot of street furniture on the lamposts and benches but the biggest camel is a sculpture. It is a war memorial.
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