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Top 5 holiday homes near Regent's Park, London

Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay


Regent's Park, London

When visiting London, Regent's Park 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 Regent's Park, London

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

Marylebone Magic

Marylebone Magic, Plum Guide home in London

Marylebone Magic, Plum Guide home in London

Book Marylebone Magic now: from £500 per night Whether you plan on coming to London for work, to catch the latest galleries and shows, or to get down to some serious shopping, this beautiful house is in the heart of the action and offers everything you need for a comfortable stay. Sleeps up to 4 | 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms


Brewster, Plum Guide home in London

Brewster, Plum Guide home in London

Book Brewster now: from £700 per night Impeccably presented, this home is full of personality with its blue and turquoise colour palette and art deco touches. Mirrored double doors can be deployed to divide the dining and living spaces and emphasise the amount of light in this home. The bedrooms are slightly on the small side and a little dark, but the quality of the bedding is consistently good and there are comfy pocket spring mattresses in every room. We loved that the outdoor space is a picturesque spot for having group meals al fresco. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

The Duchess Smiles

The Duchess Smiles, Plum Guide home in London, UK

The Duchess Smiles, Plum Guide home in London, UK

Book The Duchess Smiles now: from £1050 per night This London pad is pure English elegance from top to bottom, from the crystal chandelier that hangs from the living room ceiling to the polished wooden parquet flooring. The attention to detail is evident in each room, with grand gilt dressing tables and striking bathroom tiles adding a touch of glamour to even the home's private spaces. Despite the antiques, there’s nothing overly formal about it – warm sunflower tones, cosy armchairs, and every modern comfort turn this period home into a welcoming space for you and your guests to make your own. Though there are several desks to set up a remote office, we think it would be a crying shame not to spend at least some of your time really relaxing in this haven. After all, who could concentrate when those beautiful bay windows open out to views of the garden? Spend sunny days picnicking on the lawn and taking some time to stop and smell the roses before heading out for a stroll around Holland Park. This upscale neighbourhood is filled with quaint coffee shops and independent boutiques, and just half an hour on the tube will take you to the likes of Chelsea, Notting Hill, or Soho. So let loose, unwind, and explore – those emails will still be there at the end of the day. Sleeps up to 5 | 3 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms

Garden of Delight

Garden of Delight, Plum Guide home in London

Garden of Delight, Plum Guide home in London

Book Garden of Delight now: from £150 per night Between Chelsea and South Kensington, this garden flat in Earl's Court is an ideal location for your stay in London. Inside, it is a bright and welcoming space, with a stylish kitchen, equipped with double ovens and an American fridge. In the living room, prints from Kenya and object d’art from across the globe add a homely touch. Stroll out from the living room into the patio garden, bursting with greenery, for an alfresco breakfast or sundowner. This historic terrace is situated off the Brompton Road, an area with the Royal seal of approval, since it was home to Princess Diana before she married. There's plenty to do on your doorstep, as Brompton Road has plenty of bars and restaurants. Earl's Court station connects you to the rest of London, although you may prefer a stroll through the garden squares and past elegant terraces to South Kensington, towards a handful of world-class museums and the green expanse of Hyde Park. Sleeps up to 6 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Navy Roulette

Navy Roulette, Plum Guide home in London, UK

Navy Roulette, Plum Guide home in London, UK

Book Navy Roulette now: from £160 per night The modern design of the home is crisp, clean and inviting – we particularly liked the bathroom with its crackle effect wall, marble tiling and matte black fittings. This space doesn't have the same amount of character as a personal home, but its recent renovation means its spotless and uncluttered. While this home’s location in Pimlico might not immediately grab your attention, we think it’s a great spot from which to explore the city. You’re close to the river here, and in-between Tate Britain and Buckingham Palace. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

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