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5 Holiday Homes for Taste of London Festival, UK

When attending Taste of London Festival you need the perfect accommodation, so look no further. These homes are the best of the best

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If you’re heading to London in June for Taste of London Festival, then we’ve got the perfect accommodation for you. When enjoying an event as incredible as this, your home has to match the standards, so heed our expert advice and book one of these gems to truly complete the experience.

Where to reside near Taste of London Festival

Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes in our London collection. If these don’t meet your high expectations, then nothing will.

Marylebone Magic

Marylebone Magic, Plum Guide home in London

Marylebone Magic, Plum Guide home in London

Click to 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 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

Oh It's A Jolly Holiday

Oh It's A Jolly Holiday, Plum Guide home in Covent Garden

Oh It's A Jolly Holiday, Plum Guide home in Covent Garden

Click to book Oh It's A Jolly Holiday now: from £100 per night In the heart of London’s theatre district, this Covent Garden apartment certainly puts on a performance. Full of sophisticated grey furnishings, the timber rafters and exposed brickwork add a touch of Old World charm and set the scene for a thoroughly contemporary stay. Gather your ensemble for a sociable time in the light-filled open-plan living space and flood the rooms with music on the Sonos speaker system. The climax of this show is undoubtedly the rooftop terrace. You’ll have a front-row seat for a spectacular view of the capital’s rooftops and chimney pots like something out of Mary Poppins — minus the soot thankfully. Pre-dinner drinks go down a treat up here, before you raise the curtain on Covent Garden and head out to find a restaurant — and with spots serving critically acclaimed international cuisine in every direction you head, it'll be hard work narrowing it down to just one. We just know you'll be wanting an encore at the end of your time here. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

The Locksmith

The Locksmith, Plum Guide home in London

The Locksmith, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book The Locksmith now: from £374 per night The Locksmith 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 adjoining balconies, to both the living room and the bedroom, are an added bonus for providing coveted outdoor space. Located in Clerkenwell, we think this spot will suit both tourists and business travellers. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms

House of Mirrors

House of Mirrors, Plum Guide home in London

House of Mirrors, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book House of Mirrors now: from £639 per night This home excels on location as well as looks and amenities. While not huge, there are thoughtful design touches that help the space feel homely, not cramped. Mirrored walls in the bedrooms amplify the space and a practical sliding glass partition can separate the kitchen from the main living space, great if you're cooking something strong. While the kitchen is well-equipped, the location is perfect for foodies with many smart restaurants and cafés within a few minutes walk. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Caramel Cocoa

Caramel Cocoa, Plum Guide home in London, UK

Caramel Cocoa, Plum Guide home in London, UK

Click to book Caramel Cocoa now: from £85 per night This incredible high street stretches from Maida Vale right down to Marble Arch, and all along the way you’ll find a diverse array of restaurants, shops, and bars. The international buzz of this area is less than ten minutes from Paddington, and another ten to the vast green space of Hyde Park. With so much going on around here, you’ll need a base to settle down in. Find your feet among the earthy tones of this cosy room. We love the boho-chic vibes from the fringed wall hanging and cushion. And the side cabinet has a vintage feel with its distressed look and patterned wood panels. It’s a space where you can really feel relaxed after a busy day out in London. You can explore the city with ease, at less than a one-minute walk from Edgware Road tube station. Not only this, but the beautiful, quaint canalside spot of Little Venice is just fifteen minutes away. If you choose to walk the entire length of your vibrant street, Marble Arch is the gateway to swish Mayfair and other delights of central London. On the way back up, we recommend stopping in for a fresh Lebanese meal on Edgware Road followed by an evening in a shisha bar – you are in Little Beirut after all. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

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