Luxury apartments and villa accommodation in major cities, as well as smaller towns. Our personally selected properties are for those who love staying in, or close to a town or city centre to experience local culture, fine food and wine. We will be adding our own personal recommendations, as well as a calendar of cultural events to help plan your trip. We have also added a boutique selection of recommended luxury holiday homes for rent in our favourite villa destinations.
This elegant and unique penthouse is located in the old Palace of the Countess of Medina, dating back to 1850. An urban oasis of peace and quiet, the penthouse (140m2) occupies three floors of the building, and was totally refurbished in August 2014. It is situated in the heart of Madrid in the district of Palace, where most of the most important buildings in the city are situated, including the Royal Palace and the Opera Theatre. It is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Madrid, one of the most traditional and cosmopolitan parts of the city, characterised by its charming streets and lush gardens. It is also close to the Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol, which you reach by foot via the pedestrianized streets of the area, with their boutiques, restaurants and cafes..
Your Paris Experience If you are looking to enhance your stay in Paris, we recommend you contact Lisa at Your Paris Experience, who offers an exceptional service, ranging from 'skip the line' entrance to the main sights, to a full concierge planning service! Click here for details.
BB Bakery and Afternoon Tea Bus Tour As well a traditional French Salon de Thé in Covent Garden, where visitors can enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea, BB Bakery also offers a fun London sightseeing tour with a difference - a delicious afternoon tea on a 1960's Routemaster red bus, which will take you around central London taking in some of the city's best sights.
Sigmar Polke was one of the most insatiably experimental artists of the twentieth century. This retrospective is the first to bring together the unusually broad range of media he worked with during his five-decade career – not only painting, drawing, photography, film and sculpture, but also notebooks, slide projections and photocopies. 9th October - 8th February 2015.
This exhibition of paintings, drawings, and watercolors by Paul Cézanne (French, 1839–1906) traces his lifelong attachment to Hortense Fiquet (French, 1850–1922), his wife, the mother of his only son, and his most painted model. From 19th November until 15th March 2015.