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The 5 Top Holiday Homes to Rent with Board Games in London, UK

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The greatest homes with board games in London, UK

Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes with board games in our London, UK collection. Your high standards are guaranteed to be met by the quality and character that these homes have to offer.

The Stage Door, London, UK

The living room with board games at The Stage Door, Plum Guide home in London, UK

The living room with board games at The Stage Door, Plum Guide home in London, UK

Click to book The Stage Door now: from £779 per night You won’t find many three-bedroom apartments around Covent Garden with this much space. Nor with this much entertainment: there’s a big TV, some 70MB of broadband for streams and various video games. Factor in the large, social kitchen, and this is a home of ample distractions and size to suit longer stays. Light floods in, adding vibrancy and warmth, while the bathtub provides a touch of luxury. Trafalgar Square is within walking distance, as are numerous West End theatres. Sleeps up to 8 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Noble Circle, London, UK

The living room with board games at Noble Circle, Plum Guide home in London, UK

The living room with board games at Noble Circle, Plum Guide home in London, UK

Click to book Noble Circle now: from £2057 per night It’s hard to know where to begin with this English Lord's opulent Georgian home. We could talk for hours about the attention and care that has gone into its grand interior, but in the interest of brevity, we’ll just give you the highlights. A Grade II listed home, it’s been renovated in lavish Regency style. Step through the front door and you’ll be transported to another era, with splendid Art Deco artefacts, traditional paint colours, a library filled with leather-bound books, museum-worthy artwork and crockery monogrammed by Elizabeth Royal. Indeed, the master bedroom is fit for a queen, with a bespoke William Yeoward four-poster bed, and a boudoir-style en-suite. The other bedrooms are equally splendid, with a plush boutique feel and silver keys for each provided in a velvet pouch. It’s those little details that take the home from superb to outstanding (you can even choose your own bespoke scented candle). We could spend hours just wandering around the home, taking in the rich array of artworks, the one-of-a-kind antiques and the gifts from the royal family. If you do manage to tear yourself away though, you’re a short seven-minute walk from Stockwell underground station for access to the city’s riches. After a full day in central London, come back for a formal meal in the dining room. As well as two housekeeping staff to keep your regal residence spick and span, and an on-request Michelin-trained chef, so there's no need to lift a finger. Sleeps up to 7 | 4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms

Everyday People, London, UK

The living room with board games at Everyday People, Plum Guide home in London, UK

The living room with board games at Everyday People, Plum Guide home in London, UK

Click to book Everyday People now: from £180 per night With a blue velvet sofa, faux brick wallpaper and an array of houseplants and eclectic decorations, this apartment in quiet Hendon is the definition of warm and welcoming. It feels like a true home-from-home, and as you'll find plenty of board games, toys and books, it's the perfect option for families. The cosy all-in-one living area is where you'll spend most of your time, rustling up meals in the well-stocked kitchen, gathering for family dinners in front of the large picture window or settling down for a movie night on the comfy couch. When you're ready for bed, there are three cosy bedrooms to snuggle up in – the master in the loft has impressive skylights, so you'll fall asleep every evening under the stars. Though this area is quite a distance from London's city centre, the apartment is located on a tree-lined street in a friendly neighbourhood. It’s just a five-minute drive to the bustling Brent Cross Shopping Centre and about a twenty-minute walk to Hendon Central underground station. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Monochrome Magic, London, UK

The living room with board games at Monochrome Magic, Plum Guide home in London, UK

The living room with board games at Monochrome Magic, Plum Guide home in London, UK

Click to book Monochrome Magic now: from £142 per night Filled with plants, Scandi Style furnishings and a fresh monochrome scheme - this beautifully designed home is a really exciting place to stay. The hosts' creativity is evident throughout this super stylish property and the fantastic open-plan living area taking up the entire ground floor is a great social space. Situated in bustling Brixton, you will be torn between staying in and enjoying this lovely home or exploring the vibrant local area. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Supreme West, London, UK

The living room with board games at Supreme West, Plum Guide home in London, UK

The living room with board games at Supreme West, Plum Guide home in London, UK

Click to book Supreme West now: from £340 per night This home in a London suburb reminds us why suburbs exist – look at that garden! With a grassy lawn, stone patio, plenty of seating and leafy trees, this garden will let you appreciate every last drop of sunshine this part of the world gets. Enjoy your morning coffees and evening drinks on the patio, play a game on the lawn or spread out on a towel with a good book. To travel inside, just fling open the patio doors and enter the spotless bright interior. We love the pop of orange colour in the kitchen and the playful table cloth on the long dining table. The open-plan living space is conducive to socialising, even if you’re on couch duty rather than kitchen duty tonight. The bedrooms are bright and tidy, with homey touches like floral curtains, blue wallpaper and decorative shams. As for things to do in the neighbourhood, the Neo-Palladian Chiswick House and Gardens is a seven-minute drive away, and there’s plenty of boutiques and restaurants by Devonshire Road and Turnham Green Terrace, an easy fifteen-minute walk away. For those looking to spend time in Central London, it’s only twenty minutes by bus or tube, with handy stations within a five-minute walk of the home. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms

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