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Using "onefinestay" in London

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Hello everyone,

I'm in the VERY early stages of planning a two week trip to London with my large family. I have been looking for a townhouse to rent (much more practical than 4 hotel rooms) and came across the company "onefinestay".

http://www.onefinestay.com/london/

Their homes look lovely, with great locations. Has anyone used them before? If so, what was your experience? Is there another company you would recommend?

Here are a few details about what I'm looking for:
Kensington-Chelsea-Notting Hill area preferred
At least 4 bedrooms, preferably 5
Good kitchen
Super King size bed
No smoking
No pets
Children allowed
Budget is not an issue

Thank you in advance for your feedback! I've only written here once, but greatly appreciate the wealth of knowledge this community has, and the civility with which it is shared.

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