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This vibrant city that never sleeps is a hotbed of culture, history, bright lights and fun times. What's better than celebrating with friends at one of the thousand multicultural restaurants that populate this beloved city? Or how about a romantic weekend taking in a show and having a picnic on the river bank? Or wandering around one of the many beautiful open green spaces that are tucked in between iconic buildings. With a smorgasbord of shops at your disposal, how about a girl's weekend that includes some well-deserved pampering in a spa? Whatever the reason for your visit we have a London cottage perfect for you. Located from the suburbs to the city centre, in areas such as Kew, Chelsea and Shoreditch. With dog-friendly options, including many with car parking, treat yourself to a break that will create lasting memories.


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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in London

London, is a vibrant and diverse city with an abundance of attractions and activities to suit all interests. There are countless other attractions and activities in London, including visiting iconic landmarks like Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, and Westminster Abbey; exploring museums like the Tate Modern, National Gallery, and Natural History Museum; and taking a boat ride on the River Thames to see the city from a different perspective. With the largest collection of cottages in England we have the perfect home away from home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do from our cottages in London:

The British Museum

One of the world's most renowned museums, the British Museum houses a vast collection of art and artefacts from different civilizations and time periods. From the Rosetta Stone and the Egyptian mummies to the Elgin Marbles and the Parthenon sculptures, the museum offers a fascinating journey through human history and culture.

The Tower of London

Steeped in history and located on the banks of the River Thames, the Tower of London is a must-visit attraction. Explore the ancient fortress, see the Crown Jewels, and learn about the tower's role in British history as a royal palace, prison, and place of execution.

Buckingham Palace and Changing of the Guard

No visit to London is complete without witnessing the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace. This iconic event takes place daily during the summer and every other day during the winter months. It's a chance to see the pageantry and traditions of the British monarchy.

The London Eye and South Bank

Take a ride on the London Eye, a giant Ferris wheel offering stunning views of the city's skyline. Afterwards, explore the lively South Bank area, where you'll find a variety of cultural venues, street performers, food markets, and scenic walks along the River Thames.

West End Theatres and Shows

London's West End is famous for its world-class theatres and outstanding performances. Catch a popular musical, play, or ballet at one of the many theatres in the area. Leicester Square is an excellent place to find discounted same-day tickets for many shows.

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