2018 is shaping up to be another busy, exciting year for our tenants, old and new – be they corporate or leisure travellers, the lone adventurer, or groups of friends or families eager to sight-see. Our impressive selection of apartments to rent in London are centrally convenient and come to you from us with our very own brand of expertise and knowledge. Here are just a handful of reasons to stay with us when you visit London and why we welcome so many tenants back every year.
A Brief London Guide No.2
Our London guide Something Old, Something New was all about celebrating the fascinating contradictions and opposites in our favourite capital city. Visit London with us and you will see how this town is defined by the ancient and modern, the shiny and time-worn, the charmingly old school and the daringly new. Here in Part 2 of this London guide we hope you will be inspired, once again, by the call of the past and the lure of the present on the streets of London.
Great cities like London dazzle and delight with lights, crowds and the noisy buzz of it’s hectic hotspots. We all enjoy the historic expanse of Hyde Park, Wembley Stadium, Trafalgar Square or the famous West End theatres. Occasionally, however, even a true urbanite craves a space that is intimate, personal and quieter. Still interesting, edgy and steeped in history, of course, just on a smaller scale. Check out some of our favourite small venues, near our centrally located short term rentals London.
Some people love them and others maybe not so much. Whatever your view, our urban red fox is as much part of London life as the pigeons on Trafalgar Square and the mice in the underground stations. Oh sorry, had you not noticed the mice yet?
The green glories of summer in the big city may be coming to an end, but fear not. Enjoying some of London’s outstanding indoor delights found close to your short let London home is perfect this time of year, as the weather turns cooler. Here is just a handful of reasons why we can never get enough of the capital’s great museums and galleries and how they can still surprise and delight us, no matter how many times we have been before.
Bankside is still the exciting and edgy part of town that it was in William Shakespeare’s day. This historic Southbank location is where the greatest English writer’s most famous plays were performed, in his own playhouse, right on the river. Visit London with us and discover this little gem of a neighbourhood where the long gone has returned, the old was made new and art and culture continue to flourish.