Top 5 holiday homes near Clink Prison Museum, London
Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay
When visiting London, Clink Prison 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 Clink Prison Museum, London
Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.
Click to book Verdant Chance now: from £187 per night Sleek, modern, and practical, this home is an excellent base to explore London from. The immediate area is filled with things to do – we recommend going for a walk in Inner and Middle Temple Gardens or seeing an exhibition at Somerset House. If you don’t feel like cooking at home, Covent Garden’s lively restaurant scene is only about fifteen minutes away on foot, and you’ll also find lots of places to eat along the Strand. Though the kitchen hides myriad appliances and crockery behind slick, white cupboards if you want to dine in. Settle in from the smart TV on the stylish mid-century velvet sofa for a quiet night in after a long day exploring everything central London has to offer. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book The Metalsmith now: from £206 per night Located in Clerkenwell, The Metalsmith has an industrial feel with a large, open-plan living area, panelled glass windows and interior columns. However, the herringbone flooring and recessed ceiling lights give it a smarter edge. Contemporary rather than cosy, we would recommend this home if you're not fussed about a traditional homestay and like your spaces fresh and uncluttered. The two private adjoining balconies are an added bonus, providing a much coveted outdoor area. Given the style and location, we think this spot will suit both tourists and business travellers. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Cucumber Tonic now: from £99 per night If you’re looking for a no-frills stay, then this home is good value and in a great location. It's a studio, but we think it’s a great alternative to a hotel room, with the prevalence of its stylish, contemporary interior. The geometric wallpaper is a nice touch, complemented by a deep green, Art Deco style bed frame. The solid oak Scandi desk and chair is also ideal if you are travelling to London for business. The kitchenette provides a hob and a microwave, but there’s no dining space, so it’s best if you’re planning to enjoy London's dining scene. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Eastern Enchantment now: from £700 per night If you've ever wondered what it might be like to stay in Old Spitalfields, this is an unmissable opportunity. This gorgeous, traditional home is seconds away from Spitalfields market and has a laid back grandeur and elegance to it. With the added bonus of the charming annex space, a separate building with a bedroom and kitchenette in it, it would make the perfect base for a family, or group of friends looking to explore East London. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
Centre Stage XV
Click to book Centre Stage XV now: from £289 per night With its world-famous covered market, Covent Garden is the ideal spot for shoppers and foodies. On a street of designer stores and restaurants, this apartment mirrors the colourful yet classy vibe of the local neighbourhood. We love the muted grey carpets in the bedrooms, pale wood parquet flooring, and light grey marble bathroom. But then quirky and bright touches come from cushion covers, red Eames dining chairs, and intricately patterned bedroom headboards. This sophisticated mix of decor seems to match the diversity of the nearby area. While you're a three-minute walk to Covent Garden tube, this part of London is more than walkable. Just over ten minutes on foot, you can view ancient artifacts at The British Museum. Then move on to something 21st-century by taking a walk along the Thames to the Tate Modern, just a mile and a half from home. One afternoon, try a five-minute walk to St Martin-in-the-Fields – a Georgian church on Trafalgar Square offering lunchtime music recitals and tea (could a city centre be any more quaint?). Finally, get glammed up for the evening and head to Shaftesbury Avenue, just over a five-minute walk – or a very quick black cab ride – to sing your heart out to a West End show. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
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