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Top 5 holiday homes near Museum of London Docklands, London

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London Docklands, London

When visiting London, Museum of London Docklands 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 Museum of London Docklands, London

Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.

The Green Pelican

The Green Pelican, Plum Guide home in London

The Green Pelican, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book The Green Pelican now: from £140 per night The Pelican is simply a gorgeous one-bed flat that plays with a lush greenery scheme and funky prints. The living room is washed over by natural light thanks to the balcony that looks over the below park. Retro accents complement subtly the overall composition while the heated floors and Sonos system help provide comfort to the apartment. There is also a communal roof terrace if you want to enjoy panoramic views of East London. Because the owner lives there, some of his belongings will be visible but he will ensure his home is yours during your stay. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Goswell Road IV

Goswell Road IV, Plum Guide home in London

Goswell Road IV, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book Goswell Road IV now: from £397 per night Sleek, chic and decorated in soothing neutral tones, this home just minutes away from Angel tube station is the perfect London spot. The shops, restaurants, and pubs of the ever-popular Upper Street are just a 10-minute walk, Sadler’s Wells is a short 5-minute saunter and the likes of Clerkenwell’s Exmouth Market are a little more than 10 minutes away. Back at the home, the open-plan living and dining room is larger than you might expect from a two-bedroom apartment in the city, and there are two private balconies to choose from. We love the idea of taking our morning coffee out onto one of the balconies, or starting our evenings with a little aperitif while taking in the view of the bustling city streets below. The soothing, relaxing tones of the home are continued in the large master bedroom where we’re sure you’ll be treated to a restful night’s sleep, while in the second bedroom a sofa bed can easily be turned into extra sleeping space for friends or family. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

House of Java

House of Java, Plum Guide home in London

House of Java, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book House of Java now: from £150 per night This is a charming home in a white stucco Islington townhouse. Soft pink hues cover the walls, and original features such as lovely wooden floorboards and exposed beams are intermingled with contemporary pieces like the modern industrial bookshelf unit and glass coffee table. While the kitchen is small, it's very well-equipped, and the marble design feels fresh and light. There isn't a TV in the living room, but having one in the bedroom means you can cosy up here after a day exploring with a movie in bed. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Time-Turner

Time-Turner, Plum Guide home in London

Time-Turner, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book Time-Turner now: from £149 per night Time-Turner is like a time capsule from the early twentieth century that’s just been cracked open (albeit one with very fast wi-fi). The antique furniture is beautiful, as are the vintage kitchen appliances. They’re perhaps not as intuitive as modern counterparts, but there’s so much character locked away in this flat that it hardly matters. Even the small accessories and details are all from the same era, creating a captivating, hodge-podge coherence. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

The Grand

The Grand, Plum Guide home in London

The Grand, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book The Grand now: from £200 per night This flamboyant home typifies creative Hackney. Elegant and eclectic in equal measure, it pairs provocative contemporary art with vintage period details. Lush, dark-walled drawing rooms contain Andy Warhol originals; next door might be an ethereal, French-inspired kitchen or a pretty walled garden. There’s luxury, too, with a freestanding tub and stylish study. The furniture and design ranges from Victorian to sharply modern, yet somehow it all fuses together beautifully. The same is true outside, with hipster coffee shops and gentrifying food markets all around. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

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