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Cottages in London
Thinking of a new destination for your vacations? Come to London, a multicultural city with all the ingredients for the perfect getaway. Find exclusive and lovely cottages in Hammersmith, Kensington and Chelsea, Richmond, Kingston-upon-Thames, Greenwich, Hackney, Camden, Ealing or Hillingdon. Stay in a cottage close to the center that gives you a feel of being in the countryside. Find cottages close to the major leafy parks, outdoor recreational areas, gardens and still close enough to access the main shopping areas, restaurants and entertainment hubs of central London. Enjoy a tea at the Ritz, buy some English breakfast tea and biscuits at Fortnum & Mason, or enjoy a nice dinner at the Ivy. Then, go back to your cottage and enjoy the rest of the evening!Incredible detached or semi-detached cottages near central London
If you travel with the family, take a look at the cottages that accommodate 4 people. If you are a larger group or friends are joining you during the vacations, bigger cottages are available for groups up to 8 and 10 people. Getting away for a romantic weekend or traveling solo? There are small and cozy walled and gated cottages ideal for couples and solo travelers equipped with all the modern cons and close to the main transportation lines that take you to the center of the city. Enjoy your private manicured garden or a marble stone patio in the summer or the lounges in the winter. Have your dinner parties with friends or cook your homemade Sunday roast dinner in open-plan kitchens. Enjoy a unique cottage in one of the bubbliest cities in Europe. Welcome to your London cottage!
Travelers and activities
Big cities that never sleep? London is definitely a busy city with activities and plans to cater every traveler any time of the year, any day of the week and any time of the day. Enjoy history and art at the National Gallery or V&A Museum, have a succulent sushi night with a fusion of Japanese and Brazilian cuisine at Sushisamba and visit the iconic landmarks including the Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, the Shard, the Soho, and Chinatown. Get incredible views from the top of the London Eye, visit Tower Bridge, enjoy some tapas in Borough Market, and explore the lanes and vintage shops in Camden Town. Are you a football fan? Get some tickets to see a Chelsea game. If you prefer music, check what concerts are at the O2 and what are the latest blockbusters to go to the cinema. A city that offers everything you need. Don’t wait any longer!London for show lovers
A wide offer of great productions and musicals are always available for show lovers to watch. Enjoy the best musicals and shows in the West End, from heart-warming versions to hilarious comedies, excellent musical theater productions and must-see London shows. Remember the best Abba hits with Mamma Mia the Musical, the incredible display of The Lion King, or the old time classic Annie. Book your tickets in advance or find last-minute tickets in Leicester Square.
We all know that London is a multicultural city. But, did you know that over 300 languages are spoken in the city besides English?
Top 7 travel tips in London
London is home to beautiful and manicured gardens and parks. Have a pleasant afternoon strolling along Regent’s Park, visit Hyde Park and the speaker’s corner or the memorial to Princess Diana. Spot the reindeers in Richmond Park or have a fabulous afternoon in Greenwich where you can go to the observatory and get incredible views of the city. Close to Buckingham Palace you can bring a blanket and lie down to read a book on a sunny day, chat with friends or walk your dog in St James’s Park or Green Park. From here you will be close to Big Ben and Piccadilly. In the parks you can find ice cream and coffee trucks ideal to get a nibble or a refreshment. In Kew, you can admire Kew Gardens and the different flowers, trees, and the glass conservatories with different plants. Furthermore, if you love flowers, Holland Park is a beautiful garden with dahlias and the Japanese Kyoto Garden.2. Art, culture and history
London is an exciting hub with many activities focused on culture. Those interested in art and history have a selection of great galleries and museums. Along Exhibition Road and Cromwell Road, there are the Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert (V&A). For great history and culture, head to the British Museum, the Maritime Museum or the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. For great exhibits visit The National Gallery, The Designer Museum, the Tate Modern or the Tate Britain. Get hands-on at the Science Museum or uncover the history of the Bank of England at the Bank of England Museum. The list goes on with a total of 139 incredible galleries and museums in the city that will fulfil every traveler’s interests.3. Discover the filmmaking magic!
Are you a fan of Harry Potter? Take a coach from London Victoria or the train from London King’s Cross St Pancras Station and visit the Warner Bros Studio. Take a tour that will reveal the making of Harry Potter and the secrets of the Wizarding World. Step into the Great Hall, the Forbidden Forest and the magical Diagon Alley. Have a look at the iconic props from the film series and admire the original costumes Harry, Hermione and Ronald wore during their school years at Hogwarts! Attend some events listed during the year and master the Dark Arts, attend the celebration at one of the Houses, or see Hogwarts covered in snow. Discover all the gifts and special treats you can buy.4. Welcome to Little Venice!
London has its own canal system. You can see the boats moored along the riverbanks and people enjoying a quiet life. Little Venice is a pretty area with a canal system where boats from all over the country come and make their way along to enjoy the capital without all the hustle and bustle. Stroll around Little Venice, have dinner by the river at any of its fabulous cafés and restaurants.5. The best London markets
The markets in London have anything you need. The city explodes with dozens of markets where you can buy from flowers to art, antiques and vintage clothes. Visit Portobello Road Market, the Spitalfields and Camden Town for unique pieces. Foodies and those feeling peckish, will love Borough Market, Vinegar Yard, Market Hall West End, Kingly Court, Broadway Vegan Market or Southbank Center Market. To find some special gifts made by local designers and artisans, heat to Greenwich Market. Last but not least, go to Covent Garden Market to get a bunch of fresh flowers, exclusive items from the cute little shops, have a nibble and enjoy some improvised music performances. Every corner of London will surprise you with incredible markets. Discover them all!6. London, a shopping destination
There is no doubt about London being a great shopping destination. Form big brands and well established designers to independent boutiques and exclusive vintage or second hand accessories. Oxford Street and Regent Street fill your day with great names and windows with colors and amazing displays. Browse the little shops in Carnaby Street, King’s Road, Bond Street or browse the exclusive and luxury shops in Knightsbridge including Harvey Nichols, a luxury department store chain with fashion for men and women, beauty products, a food hall and accessories. If you prefer all the big shops in one place, head to big shopping centres including Westfield Shopping Center, Debenhams, John Lewis, Selfridges or House of Fraser. Here you have food halls, cafés, restaurants, clothes, shoes, accessories, and music. Westfield and Selfridges also have cinemas without leaving the premises! Can you think of a better idea for the day?7. See the capital from a different angle
Fancy seeing London’s cityscapes from the heights and get incredible views of the skyline? Enjoy them from bars across the city, from popular year-round hangouts to occasional pop-ups on the best rooftops. Enjoy an evening with friends at The Rooftop, have some drinks at Skylight, a nice diner at Aviary or have some brunch at Bar Elba, near Waterloo. Roof East in Stratford is great entertainment with lawn bowls, crazy golf, baseball batting cages, great screenings and delicious street food. For a cocktail with views of St Paul’s Cathedral, Madison Rooftop is the ace in the hole! Need more reasons to visit London?
FAQs: Cottages in London
Which types of amenities are offered by the cottages in London?
Among the services you can find on Holidu, it can be said that the cottages in London have everything that vacationers wish for! Here, the cottages generally have a variety of facilities, the most popular being: internet (91%), air-conditioning (35%), and garden (35%)...Not bad, right?
How are the reviews for the cottages in London?
On average, the cottages get quite positive reviews. Judging by the Holidu data, 30% of cottages have a rating average of 4.5 stars. This is a relatively high percentage which allows us to confirm that there are many which are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next vacation.
Are the cottages in London suitable for vacations with children?
Holidu's data reveals that 52% of cottages in London are suitable for families with children, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the ideal cottage for you and your children.
Are the cottages in London suitable for travelers and their furry friends?
Of course! In London, 17% of the cottages give you the opportunity to bring along your furry best friend, 35% also have a garden!
Do the cottages in London mostly offer an internet connection?
Yes! According to Holidu's data, 91% of cottages in London include internet connection. So no need to panic, you will be able to stay connected during your stay!
What is the average price for cottages in London?
According to Holidu's data, there don't seem to be many cottages in London costing less than $100 per night.
Do the cottages in London generally come equipped with a pool?
Not always. According to the last year, less than 10% of cottages London that are equipped with a pool.
Are the cottages in London suitable for stays with a big group or better for a vacation as a small group?
According to Holidu, 65% of cottages are made for up to four people. Approximately 52% of the cottages here include at least two separate bedrooms. London is the ideal destination for a vacation as a small family!