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Top 5 holiday homes near Museum of London, London

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Regent Street in London, UK

When visiting London, Museum of London 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, London

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

Russell the Great

Russell the Great, Plum Guide home in London

Russell the Great, Plum Guide home in London

Book Russell the Great now: from £750 per night Exquisitely eccentric, and with one of its 3 roof terraces overlooking the British Museum, this rare and quirky 3 floor penthouse is ideal for a group or family who want to be as inspired by their London home as they are by its first-rate Bloomsbury location. Every corner reveals a clever design feature, a stunning work of art, a spectacular mural or a flamboyantly decorated bedroom. While it may lack the pristine finish of some West-End flats, its multitude of idiosyncrasies makes this colourful home a feast for the eyes that oozes personality. Sleeps up to 10 | 3 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms

Redbrick Revue

Redbrick Revue, Plum Guide home in London

Redbrick Revue, Plum Guide home in London

Book Redbrick Revue now: from £1000 per night A central London apartment that’s handsome and incredibly functional? Yes, please! This smart warehouse conversion packs in all the mod-cons, plus a boutique-hotel ambiance for the ultimate ‘ahh’ when you kick off your shoes and call it home. The industrial-esque exposed brick contrasts against plush furnishings and sumptuous velvet, while ample windows let in plenty of light and the high ceilings create a surprisingly roomy feel for a central-London home. The petite, perfectly formed kitchen has everything you could possibly need for rustling up quick dinners or epic feasts, including a double oven. But there are plenty of indulgent dining options nearby, with Covent Garden merely a five-minute walk away. The bright lights of London’s theatre district are almost on your doorstep, and in ten minutes you can be in Chinatown or Soho. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Hatton Garden

Hatton Garden, Plum Guide home in London

Hatton Garden, Plum Guide home in London

Book Hatton Garden now: from £573 per night You’ll find this little gem twinkling brightly above London’s ancient diamond quarter – it’s as romantic a location as they come. Boasting a vast expanse of wooden floor, the comfiest of sofas and a neat open plan kitchen, it’s the perfect base for a family or a group or friends. We love the floating bed in the master bedroom, the funky scarlet egg chair in the second double and the private terrace with views over the city. All this, and you’re right in zone one. Take the short walk to Fleet Street, wend your way to Oxford Circus, or go diamond shopping from your door – you’re in Hatton Gardens after all. In the evenings, you’re spoilt for choice with Farringdon’s diverse array of restaurants and bars on your doorstep, and central London is just a short tube or a cab ride away. Priceless. Sleeps up to 6 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Virginia the Baroness

Virginia the Baroness, Plum Guide home in London

Virginia the Baroness, Plum Guide home in London

Book Virginia the Baroness now: from £195 per night The location is the winning factor for this apartment. Literally around the corner from the British Museum and with Soho on your doorstep, this base is incredibly well-placed for those wanting to be in the heart of it all. The interiors are quite masculine with dark blues and charcoal being the dominant colours. The home has everything needed to make it a solid spot for your trip to London. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Columbus

Columbus, Plum Guide home in London

Columbus, Plum Guide home in London

Book Columbus now: from £350 per night Once a smokehouse for nearby Smithfield Market, this home has been transformed into an oasis of architectural beauty and luxury living. A truly stand-out home, it’s hard to believe this huge loft space – with its triple-height beamed ceilings, picture windows and brick walls – is tucked away in a quiet courtyard just minutes from bustling Farringdon station. From the antique furnishings, eighty-four-inch HD projector screen and Sonos speakers in the living room to the master bathroom’s underfloor heating and freestanding tub, every single detail here has been carefully curated to create a haven of relaxation and eye-catching wonder. We love the mezzanine with its comfortable sofas, perfect for hiding yourself away with a good book. The kitchen, too, is a highlight with its original steel fire door, Gaggenau appliances, breakfast bar and open plan layout. And we would be remiss to not mention the master bedroom with its vintage bed and hand-drawn Picasso piece. Whether you need to catch up on work at the stylish mid-century desk, get a workout in with the water rowing machine or spend quality time together over dinner at the deep-walnut Danish table, your needs are more than catered for in this remarkable home. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

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