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Recent London reviews

  • Superlative! Wonderful apartment and manager.

    "We could not imagine a nicer apartment than this one, or a more friendly and helpful apartment manager/owner than Daniel. The apartment is spacious, modern, clean, comfortable, sunny, great kitchen, great bathroom...I could go on and on. The 7th floor views north towards Hampstead are nice; trainyards in foreground. (Note: excellent front door security, and very efficient elevator) Daniel was helpful throughout the whole process. He was there to meet us and made sure everything was exactly right. He even booked us a car to the airport (without our requesting) because of tube strike. The location is fantastic. a 10-minute walk to beautiful Regents Park or trendy Camden Town. Easy bus service into central London, and a tube stop (Mornington Crescent) about 5-10 minute walk from apartment. We would stay here again in a heartbeat! Thank you, Daniel."
    Guest: Donald G. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 8, 2014
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  • Elegance in the most perfect location!

    "We planned our London escape from our normal lives to be one of high style, gastronomy, culture, art, history, and science. From my first glance at the grand piano, high and ornately molded ceilings and elegance of Rosemary’s flat, this had to be our place for the week--especially since this Georgian gem was at THE CENTRAL location of our adventures. It is up one interior flight of stairs. The flat enjoys high end luxuries. The front room is large and elegant while the kitchen is tiny and functional. This I used to great advantage to attend the annual Taste of London and bring home food goodies which could be heated in the oven. There is a coop store with lovely salads, veggies, and cheeses right at the end of the street in addition to many, many eateries nearby. The internet was peppy and permitted last minute bookings and searching for directions. The laundry was certainly appreciated as we left with everything ready for our hike on the Coastal Path of Wales. Note: Rosemary is originally from Wales. The historical elegance of the Craven St. flat welcomed us after attending a candle-light concert of Handle and Mozart at St. Martin’s in the Field’s and inspired us to participate in the Big Sing at the Royal Opera House. Knowing that Rosemary was a highly accomplished opera star gave the flat an even more distinguished aura. Our opera director was directing the boy’s choir when we attended Sunday service at Westminster Abbey. On other evenings we saw plays and participated in the side-splitting Fawlty Towers Dinner--every event was “just around the corner and down the block.” The flat’s location encouraged us to get out and take advantage of London’s Covent Garden and West End night life. We loved never having to take a taxi home. The location was so perfect—we could visit a museum or wander then come “home” and get ready for the next event. Having a resting spot for an hour or so provided quick recharging for more exploration. One could pop out for a meal, drink, lecture, play and pop home and out again with little effort. The pub just below the bedroom was energetically noisy the night we arrived—it was a perfect summer evening and throngs gathered to celebrate outside the pub. I found with the double windows in the bedroom and a set of ear plugs that this was not a major problem. All other evenings there were no issues and we visited the pub and enjoyed the tales of Ben Frankin’s partaking the brew here. Thanks Rosemary!"
    Guest: MARTHA H. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 15, 2014
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Westminster Travel Tips

Discover London with Westminster Vacation Rentals

Considered the "heart" of London, Westminster is home to the Monarch as well as the British Government and many local attractions. From your choice of Westminster vacation rentals, you and your group can visit sites such as Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square and, of course, Buckingham Palace—perhaps you'll catch a glimpse of the Queen!

From a central location of any number of Westminster vacation apartments, your group can visit all the wonderful attractions of London and Westminster. The accommodations can range from charming flats and apartments to homes. These lovely rentals include amenities such as multiple bedrooms, private kitchens and much more. Many are located just steps from the sights and sounds of London.

Many Ways to Explore Westminster

Your group's London travel plans should include outings to Ripley's Believe it or Not, Madam Tussauds, the National Gallery, and Big Ben, among others. You can tour this historic area many different ways—imagine a walking or bike tour through the streets of London. You can also book a bus tour on one of those lovely double decker buses. And the shopping opportunities in London are world famous—beginning with Harrods and other outlets, such as the Dover Street Market, to the large shopping centers such as Westfield.

Enjoy the Local Cuisine

Whether you want to dine on local flavors or enjoy a world cuisine, you'll find it in Westminster. Upscale dining spots such as Le Gavroche are not to be missed, while pubs such as the Narrow (owned by Chef Gordon Ramsay) are excellent choices as well. Whatever you choose, you and your group will have a wonderful time either dining out or preparing meals in your Westminster vacation rental. Choosing to find your accommodations will make this London travel adventure an experience to remember!

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