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Thinking of jumping across the pond for a weekend vacation with friends? Opting for a B&B in London means that you’ll be immersed in real English life! Start your day with a home cooked fry-up before heading out. A B&B will get you closer to the locals, something that a hotel lacks. Take a look at for a wide range of B&Bs in London that are perfect for your well-earned break away from reality. London is jam-packed with attractions and sometimes it can be difficult to fit everything into a short amount of time…that’s where staying in a B&B in London comes in. With carefully selected inner-city locations, you can be staring up at the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral or Big Ben in just a few minutes thanks to shorter journey times and quicker connections. If it’s a romantic vacation you’re searching for, staying at a B&B in London is the perfect way to make your stay more personal while you get to know the locals. Get to know all the ins and outs of British culture with insider info from your hosts as well as the friendly team here at thanks to down-to-earth London accommodation.

Why staying in a B&B is ideal for a trip to London

A hidden gem that not many tourists venture out to is Richmond Park; a fantastic and sprawling area of greenery that is almost three times bigger than Central Park. The best bit? This park is home to wild deer that live in perfect harmony with their visitors. A trip here from your B&B in London will act as a pleasant reprieve from the bustling streets of the big city. After a day soaking up the British countryside, it’s time to head back to where all the action is and take a look at off-the-beaten-track marina, St. Katharine Docks. This unexpected gem is home to luxury yachts, a food market on Friday around 12 pm and is not to be missed! After a good night’s rest in your London accommodation, you’ll want something to get you fueled up for the rest for your day. Get off at Greenwich tube stop and visit the Greenwich food market for tasty grub that will have you asking for more in no time at all.

London in a nutshell

Glide around in a London eye pod for an hour watching life slowly go by from above, then take a quick tube ride up to Buckingham palace to see where the Queen spends most of her days. Don’t miss the changing of the guard! For a memorable dining experience, take to the top floor of the Shard for delicious food and 360 degree views of the city. Another attraction which doesn’t attract the huge crowds one might expect is Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum in the low season. Although these renowned tennis courts attracts visitors in their thousands during the summer championships, you can visit all year round and go for a tour of the building and its grounds. If you’re a tennis aficionado you’ll love seeing center court and Murray Hill. Staying in a B&B in London will make your trip that extra bit special and make you feel like a real local.