Top 5 holiday homes near Southwark Catholic Cathedral, London
Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay
Where to stay near Southwark Catholic Cathedral, London
Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.
The Artist's Sanctuary
Click to book The Artist's Sanctuary now: from £250 per night This bohemian and wonderfully crafted space is a unique home. Designed around a thematic narrative that threads its way from the Parisian-looking kitchen to the staircase made from vintage drawers. It's also more than just a home and will feel like a restorative sanctuary thanks to the bespoke optional services that are available – from beauty therapy, vitamin infusion with a Harley Street doctor and even Chinese acupuncture. You're well connected to wider London, with London Bridge station and the bustling Borough Market on your doorstep. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Carmarthen Place now: from £275 per night A contemporary but unusual one-bedroom apartment clad in timber. Enviably located off trendy Bermondsey Street, the space comes with a patio and plenty of room to relax, or grab a coffee and pastries just up the street. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Cali Cool now: from £500 per night Finding a pocket of calm in the City of London’s lively hubbub is no easy task – luckily we’re around to help. Located on the banks of the River Thames, this stylish home blends high-end hotel living with the flexibility of an apartment, so you'll have a luxury live-in experience when you move in. For the interior, think earthly tones, minimalist furnishings, and plenty of quirky ornaments that create a sleek yet homely ambience. The studio-style home is cleverly designed to make the most of the space, with views of iconic London landmarks out the window, a kitchen that comes with high-spec appliances, and a cosy living area that beckons light-reading and relaxation. Make the most of the bright and open So-Cal inspired downstairs co-working space, with sand-coloured hemp furnishings, beige low ceilings, and an array of wild plants and cacti. Functioning as an artisanal coffee house by day, and a playful cocktail bar and restaurant by night, this space will delight working professionals and city-breaking couples. Perfectly positioned, you’ll be able to explore attractions such as the Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe and the food stalls at Borough Market by foot. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Venus & Saturn
Click to book Venus & Saturn now: from £275 per night While we wouldn't recommend this home if you dislike the colour orange, the clementine walls are a cheerful feature that reflect how much fun you could have here. The host provides spices, condiments and coffee, making it easy to just show up and start enjoying yourself – we are confident you will feel well cared for in this home. There's plenty of space to flop on the squashy grey sofas and a slick kitchen if you're planning to do some cooking for your guests. The true standout feature here, however, is the location. It’s an ideal spot for people travelling for business and working nearby (due to its proximity to The City) – there's even a desk if you need to catch up on some emails out of hours. Tourists will be equally happy with the Tower of London just a twelve-minute walk away in one direction, and the vintage markets of Brick Lane a ten-minute walk away in the other direction. And, if you stick your head out the window, you can see one of London's most iconic buildings, The Gherkin. Sleeps up to 6 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Jade & Rose
Click to book Jade & Rose now: from £500 per night This little city home is as slick as they come. A private retreat with everything you need for an independent stay, it's also part of an aparthotel so extra services are on hand if you need them. New York-based architect Matt Grzywinksi is behind the redesign of this studio. Close to the Millennium Bridge and featuring stylish, custom-made furniture, the space is cleverly separated with storage cabinets On one side, an olive lounge complete with cuboid sofa and table and chairs for relaxing evenings. On the other, a suspended king-size bed. For light meals, the marble-topped kitchen is on hand, but there's a restaurant in the building too. Right on the edge of the city, and steps away from the Thames, everything is at your fingertips. Stroll across the bridge to the South Bank and trendy Borough Market, or walk the six minutes to the nearest tube station to reach every corner of London. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
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