Holland Park Avenue is located in Kensington between the roads of Holland Road and Notting Hill Gate, depending on what part of the road you wish to visit there are two tube stations that can be used; Shepherd’s Bush (Central Line) and Holland Park ( Central Line). Ladbroke Grove and Kensington Church Street also run off of it which gives access to Bayswater, Notting Hill and also Kensington High Street.
The name Holland Park comes from the great manor house which once stood in the area, the owners of the house sold off the land to be developed into house’s during 19th Century, which quickly became a very upper middle class area. Holland Park Avenue has keep its feel during the ages and if you visit the road you will still find independent butchers (there is Lidgates which has been trading for over 150 years), bakers and fish mongers, there are also some great hotels including a Hilton, W11 4UL, where you can book a room from £239 per night, very reasonable for a hotel in Central London.
Like many streets in London you will find this one lined with coffee bars and great places to take your Holland Park Escorts, one of our favourites is Valarie, W11 3RB, a French patisserie shop which serves the best cakes in the area. This is an area of London if you would like to escape the commotion of the City but don't want to venture too far out into the country side. Holland Park Avenue has the London elegance attracting many types of people from all walks of life.
In 1952 Holland Park used to be a private estate owned by the Earl of Holland. In the 19th Century the Holland House attacted huge volumes of visitors from politicians such as Lord Palmerston and even the poet Lord Byron. What was the ballroom of The Holland House is now the revered and stylish Belvedere restaurant. In the summer The Holland House hosts open-air opera and theatre concerns on the grounds with peacocks roaming the grounds.