If you’re planning on moving to Chelsea then it’s essential you visit the Royal Borough in summertime – you won’t regret it. Some of the best places to eat and drink are situated here, as well as some of London’s most famous art galleries and museums. If you’re set on moving to London or you’re already a Londoner and you fancy a change then it’s a good idea to visit as many different places to get a proper feel for them and Kensington and Chelsea should definitely be at the top of your ‘to view’ list.
There is so much to do you won’t be able to fit it all in during one visit, and this summer, we guarantee you will have a great time. Want to eat out? You can find food from all over the world in Kensington and Chelsea; with some of London’s top restaurants, you’ll find the perfect one for your taste buds and your budget. Although Kensington and Chelsea are well known for being on the expensive side, there are plenty of pocket-friendly places to eat, and most bars have decent meals on offer and also a great excuse for a swift pint or a glass of vino. If you’d prefer a lighter bite to eat with a cup of tea or coffee then you’ll find a number of excellent cafés at Chelsea Farmer’s Market or the renowned Holland Pak café.
If you’re a culture vulture then look no further than the Albertopolis in South Kensington – with a choice between the V&A, Natural History Museum and the Science Museum, you’ll need to dedicate an entire morning, afternoon, possibly even an entire day to get the most out of these cultural hubs. The Kensington and Chelsea Festival is celebrating its eleventh year with some truly unique and experimental performance and site-specific art. If you fancy dinner and a show then you’ll be spoiled for choice – a firm favourite is the Royal Court Theatre, for the summer months you can visit the Holland Park Theatre for amazing open-air theatre and opera performances. If the cinema is more your thing then you’re in good company – the Odeon cinema is a great place to watch this summer’s feature films or you can head to the Gate for some independent cinema.
With so much to do in Kensington and Chelsea, it’s easy to see why they’re such popular residential areas. After a visit, you may even be thinking about relocating to the area and a lot of people purchase homes and apartments because of the quality of life in this part of London. And when the time is right and you’re planning to relocate to Kensington or Chelsea then you should book a moving company that is leagues ahead of the rest – and that’s Ward Thomas.
At Ward Thomas, we pride ourselves on being London’s prestige removals and storage company andwe’ve done this by providing each customer with a service that’s tailored to their requirements. From the first contact, we aim to build a picture of what our customers need so that we can provide the correct service for them.
The Ward Thomas team is made up of dedicated and time-served professionals who take a great sense of pride in their work. We provide them with all of the tools they need to undertake any type of removals job. We can move large objects from tall buildings; we can move fragile porcelain vases and antique furniture, ensuring that everything arrives in perfect condition. We specialise in moving fine artand we understand that certain items need specific protective wrapping to ensure that the packaging itself doesn’t cause damage.
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is the perfect place to experience what the best of London has to offer. And there’s no better company to move you there than Ward Thomas. Every job we undertake we guarantee it will have the Anthony Ward-Thomas seal of approval when we’re finished.
Choose London’s finest removals company – contact us today and we’ll discuss your requirements.