Cove Huntingdon House takes flexible living to Chelsea

Extended stay pioneer edyn has announced the opening of its newest property, Cove Huntingdon House, under its sophisticated serviced apartment brand Cove…

brown leather sofa with blue throw and grey and taupe walls and fabrics in Cove Kensington Apartment

Having emerged in 2021 in response to the need for a different kind of accommodation and a new way of being, one where boundaries are less distinct, Cove has moved forward with an impressive pipeline of properties. The latest addition to its portfolio, Cove Huntingdon House, is ideally located in the exclusive Kensington and Chelsea neighbourhoods, with London’s most coveted restaurants, galleries and retail just a stones throw away.

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Comprising of three one bedroom and eleven two bedroom apartments, the 14-key property is the ideal option for travelers looking for comfort for longer stays. Ideal for 90 days or more, Cove Huntingdon house offers sleek design and practical living in an exclusive location. The contemporary design by designer Amy Brandhorst encompasses a homely yet refined feel, with bespoke premium furniture that exudes quiet luxury. In-keeping with the home away from home feeling, the colour palette is muted, with warm accents alongside rich and natural materials.

Like all properties in the cove portfolio, Cove Huntingdon House has been designed with the modern traveller in mind, including fine details that make long stay travel comfortable, functional and enjoyable. In each apartment, bespoke tables are designed for the dual purpose of both dining and working from home. The sofas in each of the one-bedroom apartments can be converted to sofa beds, accommodating additional guests.

Having launched the Cove campaign in the UK, the brand, along with the edyn portfolio more broadly, has continued to grow. with 2022 seeing a move into Europe with properties opening in the Netherlands.

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