Top 5 holiday homes near Bruce Castle Museum, London
Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay
When visiting London, Bruce Castle Museum has to be high on your list of things to see. It's renowned for a reason, so be sure to go and see what all the fuss is about. It isn't every day you find yourself so close to something so special.
Where to stay near Bruce Castle Museum, London
Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.
Bluebell & Bramble
Click to book Bluebell & Bramble now: from £195 per night On a quiet street in the leafy Wood Green, this family home is a warm and modern retreat, far (but not too far) from the clamour of central London. The living area is a sophisticated display of contrasts, with bright white walls, vibrant artwork, an inky black original fireplace and that wonderfully rich, dark solid oak floor. An uncluttered dining room ensures undistracted mealtimes and the garden has enough space for the little ones to play while you relax with a glass of wine on the comfortable decking. The High Street, with its long list of shops, restaurants and cafes is a twenty-minute walk or five minutes in the car. To reach the iconic sights of the Big Smoke, catch the tube from Wood Green station to reach the city in well under thirty minutes. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Downhills Way now: from £350 per night Above all this is a place to gather a large group far from the hassle of the city centre. Every room has a TV and there is strong wifi for everyone. You will also get an outdoor space, a parking spot and attentive kind service. Sleeps up to 12 | 6 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
Click to book Gardenia Bright now: from £180 per night This snug, east London flat has bags of charm and comfort. Located on a leafy residential street in the heart of trendy Dalston it’s a perfect base for those wanting to explore the city. A short skip to the buses and you’ll be in town in less than 20 minutes, or else it’s a 10-minute stroll to overland stations and the tube. Dalston is a lively neighbourhood with cafes, restaurants and boutique shops but happily the apartment is a haven of calm and tranquillity. Wood-panelled flooring, large windows and soothing green and white tones predominate while personal touches include a wood burner, heaving bookshelf and neat kitchen stocked with teas, herbs and spices. In the evening, clubbers can take advantage of the nightlife in nearby Hoxton and Shoreditch but the lounge is so appealing that the mood might just take you to curl up on the cosy sofa with one of the well-thumbed books instead. Sleeps up to 2 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Newington Green now: from £120 per night Couples seeking an off-the-beaten-track London stay will adore this hideaway home. It’s located in the leafy streets near dinky Newington Green, and a growing collection of artisanal bistros. Great pubs, trendy Dalston and Stoke Newington’s boutiques are also in strolling distance, and buses run direct to Oxford Street. You might just prefer to hole up, though – snuggling in the spacious log-burner lounge or sunbathing in the garden. The country-chic kitchen impresses, too, while a rear bedroom means you’ll wake up to birdsong. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
The Highbury Studio
Click to book The Highbury Studio now: from £110 per night This soulful studio is calm, charming and cosily romantic. It's set in a Victorian building and you can see some of that period character in the high ceilings, exposed brick and oak flooring. Parrot cushions and colourful throws give it a quirky personality, while the furniture is simple yet stylish. You'll love how friendly and knowledgeable host Gabrielle is, plus the way natural light pours in through large windows. We like how the bed is tucked away from the living area, so there's a nice sense of separation between where you relax and where you sleep. The snug size does mean there's no washing machine or dishwasher, but neither's an issue if you're not staying too long, and as Islington is known for its buzzing restaurant and gastropub scene, we doubt you'd be getting up to much cooking. Bustling Upper Street is about a ten-minute stroll – home to an array of cosy cafes, independent shops and delicious eateries – and public transport links here are top-notch, with three different stations less than ten minutes away. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
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