You Can Now Stay In Madonna’s Former Kensington Pad And It’s Seriously Dreamy

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You Can Now Stay In Madonna’s Former Kensington Pad And It’s Seriously Dreamy

Madonna’s former South Kensington home is up for rent, for the bargain price of £731 per night.

Listed on holiday rental sites HomeAway.co.uk and LondonPerfect.com, this spectacular property boasts two large bedrooms and two bathrooms, sleeping up to six people. You’ll find it hidden down a beautiful, secluded west London mews and surrounded by cobbled streets.

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Not only is it in a stunning location, but it’s also the former home of Material Girl Madonna and her ex-husband, Guy Ritchie. It was their home during the early stages of their relationship.


Fans of Ritchie’s work might be particularly interested in the property, as parts of his 2004 film Layer Cake, starring Daniel Craig, Sienna Miller and Michael Gambon, was filmed here.


The interiors are typically Georgian, with large open spaces, big arched windows, and a cream, six-seater sofa where you can cosy up with a book from the library. The master bedroom has a welcoming king-size bed, as well as a two-person sofa bed. French doors inside the room open up onto a lovely balcony, where you can admire the old mews from above. The ensuite has two twin sinks and a shower paved with limestone, for that extra bit of pizazz.


The property is just around the corner from Hyde Park and Kensington Palace, as well as the Museum Quarter and the amazing shopping destination, Kensington High Street. There is also a lovely, traditional English pub within the mews – so just moments away – which serves up a cracking Sunday roast.

While HomeAway claim that a stay in the stars’ former home will cost over £700 per night, London Perfect quote £385-£535. Still extortionate, but it’s probably an idea to book with the latter. 

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