Holland Park is a park and neighbourhood sitting right on the western edge of central London. It has always been a community for the middle and upper middle classes from its inception. In the early 17th century, the chancellor of the exchequer, Sir Walter Cope, built the original buildings at Holland Park. His son, John Rich, the Earl of Holland, expanded the property, which became known as Holland House, turning it in a lavish estate. He was eventually executed as a traitor during the English Civil War.

The property fell into the hands of Paymaster General, Henry Fox, in the 18th Century, who gained the title Baron Holland though he was no blood relation of John Rich. He was also a man of a somewhat poor reputation, who, when he died, left the estate to his descendants who were notoriously extravagant and eventually, due to bankruptcy, were forced to lease the land for development. The street now known as Holland Park was built in the mid-19th century and became the home to many wealthy families.

Holland House itself was destroyed during the Blitz in 1940 and the grounds and ruins were bought by the London County Council in 1952. The ruin itself is a listed building and is used as the backdrop for the Holland Park Theatre. The land is a public park and features an orangery, cricket pitch, Japanese gardens, wildlife walks and even an area where, even now, cows graze to maintain the remaining meadows.

Where in the world is Holland Park?

Holland Park is in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Although there are not any official boundaries, it can be defined as the area sitting north of Kensington High Street, south of Holland Park Avenue and between Holland Road on the west side and Kensington Church street to the east. It is just south of Notting Hill.

A beautiful and peaceful area, it streets are lined with large Victorian houses and the neighbourhood is known for its luxury spas, boutiques and fine dining. The neighbourhood is home to many embassies and the Design Museum. The area was once home to a group of famous artists from the 19th Century known as the Holland Park Circle. One of their homes, owned by Fredric Leighton, is now the Leighton House Museum, where many of his original paintings are on display as well as works by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. The Brotherhood was a group of English artists and critics, who considered themselves an art reform movement.

Holland Park is attractive to visitors who enjoy the village like atmosphere and elegant surroundings. Many of those who live in Holland Park are wealthy foreigners, giving an international feel to a very traditionally British neighbourhood. Conveniently close to attractions such as Notting Hill Market, visitors enjoy the opportunity to shop for arts and antiques locally. As a destination for those with excellent taste, our escorts in Holland Park are of the highest international calibre. Well educated, stylishly attired, multilingual and great conversation are just some of more obvious attributes of our escorts in Holland Park.

I’d love some company in Holland Park.

Holland Park is a lush location which is frequented by those who have the means to indulge and spoil themselves. It is close enough to central London to enjoy the nightlife there, if desired, but discreetly luxurious for those who wish to enjoy local restaurants and bars. It is most certainly a locale which one would prefer to share with a beautiful woman on their arm. We are proud to provide charming and exquisite escorts to anyone looking for companionship in the Holland Park area.

What to choose? An incall or an outcall?

Because Holland Park attracts an upper class visitor, often international, perhaps working for an embassy or simply enjoying the area, we have some wonderful recommendations to make sure that visitors can have the best experience. A unique hotel on the border of Notting Hill and Holland Park, The Laslett offers an elegant and artistic retreat for the discerning traveler. The suites offer designer furniture, curated art, full sized bar and a dining table for two, which is just perfect for those who want privacy in luxurious surroundings.

If you are planning to dine out in Holland Park, you must not miss the opportunity to eat at The Belvedere, located in what was once Holland House. Surrounded by lawns, gardens and fountains, the dining experience is sumptuous and like stepping back into the days when British aristocracy delighted in the beautiful grounds.

Female companionship always will add to the pleasure of the evening when one is having such a lavish evening. Enjoying a conversation with an attentive and attractive young woman, who just wants you to have a wonderful time, is a wonderful treat. Follow that up with some private intimacy and satisfying fun, and you really can’t have a more fulfilling time in London.

If you would just like some intimate time alone with your date, you may find it more affordable, especially if you don’t want to feel rushed, to visit one of our conveniently located, comfortable and easy to find apartments for an incall.

Holland Park Station

Holland Park Tube Station was built in 1900 and refurbished in 1990. It is named, of course, for the park and area and is located just to the north of the park. Of course, it’s not the only tube station that serves the locality with Notting Hill Tube Station further north east and Shepherd’s Bush Tube Station on the north west of the Holland Park neighbourhood, all making local transportation extremely easy.

Whether you are a local or a visitor to the Holland Park area, there is no reason for you to spend your time there alone. We are happy to offer, gorgeous, well-spoken and highly skilled escorts in the Holland Park locale. So, please don’t miss the opportunity to have some ravishing companionship and a fully satisfying experience with one of our escorts when you’re in Holland Park.