Holiday Cottages in London

The bustling city of London is a vibrant metropolis that effortlessly blends historic traditions and modern delights. With its iconic landmarks, world-class museums and diverse cultural experiences, London has an irresistible allure for travellers from all corners of the globe. Visit world-class sites like Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge, the London Eye and Big Ben, or explore iconic places like Leicester Square and Hyde Park. From West End musicals to Shakespearean plays, London's theatre scene is unparalleled, providing unforgettable entertainment for culture enthusiasts. With its diverse neighbourhoods and multicultural vibe, London is a melting pot of cultures, cuisines and traditions, offering an immersive holiday in England that will leave you longing to return. Whether you're looking for budget-friendly or luxury, we've got a London holiday cottage that is perfect for you and your loved ones. From cosy apartments for two to spacious cottages for celebrating with family and friends, search our hand-picked selection of London holiday homes for a memorable city break in this iconic destination.

View of the City of London skyline in England

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Things to do in London on your UK city break

Visit iconic landmarks and attractions on a central London city break...
It will take more than one visit to conquer all that this capital city can offer, but with great public transport on buses and the London Underground, you'd be surprised how much you can pack in to a London city break. Visit the iconic Big Ben at the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, then cross the bridge to London's South Bank, home to Madame Tussauds, Sea Life London Aquarium and the renowned London Eye. Continue further down the South Bank and see an exhibition at Tate Modern or catch a performance at Shakespeare's Globe, or hop on a boat tour along the River Thames and cruise under the iconic Tower Bridge. In the evening, dine in style in Covent Garden, sip cocktails in Soho or watch a live theatre show in the West End. This is already an incredible itinerary without even mentioning some of the city's other world-famous landmarks, such as the Natural History Museum, the Shard, the Tower of London, the British Museum and, of course, Buckingham Palace. The bright lights of this big city shine brightly all year round, whether you're visiting the cosy Christmas markets in the winter months or sipping a cold pint in one of the many beer gardens in summer. Our properties provide the perfect base no matter the weather, so book your London cottage holiday today!

Explore the outstanding natural beauty of London's many parks and green spaces...
With so many incredible sites and attractions to visit in London, sometimes all you want is a wide open space to sit back and relax. In spring and summer, London's parks fill up with picnic blankets, outdoor games and ice cream vans. Hyde Park is one of the largest and most famous, and is home to the Serpentine Lake and the Serpentine Gallery. Take in panoramic views of London from the hilltop in Greenwich Park, watch the deer roaming free in Richmond Park, smell the roses in Queen Mary's Gardens at Regent's Park or relax beside the lake in St. James's Park. If you're looking for something to keep the kids entertained, explore the maze and dinosaur sculptures at Crystal Palace Park, fly a kite on Hampstead Heath or visit the Children's Zoo at Battersea Park. Our London cottages are conveniently located for exploring the best of the city, within walking distance of top sites or close to London Underground stations for easy access to central London.

Indulge in classic British dishes and international cuisine...
The vibrant city of London boasts a diverse and impressive culinary scene, evident in the array of international cuisines on offer. From casual street food stalls to Michelin-starred restaurants, the dynamic eateries are constantly evolving and embracing new trends. Celebrity chefs such as Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver and Heston Blumenthal all have restaurants in London, and it's easy to stumble across a local gem as you wander through one of the city's multicultural neighbourhoods. Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea at The Ritz, sample jellied ell in the East End, indulge in bangers and mash in a traditional English pub or savour a full English breakfast in a proper London café. When it comes to food markets, you're spoilt for choice, with Camden, Greenwich, Bricklane and Southbank just a few of the places where you'll find tempting eateries and street food stalls. The mother of all food markets, Borough Market near London Bridge, dates back to the 13th century, and is a fantastic place for any foodie looking for a fresh and diverse range of dishes. It's also a great place to pick up high quality local produce for you to take home and cook up a storm in your self-catering holiday cottage.

View across the River Thames to the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben in London, England