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Mayfair area guide


Home to famous hotspots Park Lane and Berkeley Square, upmarket Mayfair is one of West London’s most exclusive areas. As London’s premier residential address, Mayfair is a playground for the rich and famous. Shopping on New Bond Street, browsing the many galleries and having afternoon tea at Claridges are just some of the things residents of Mayfair do to fill their spare time. And ...
Greenwich area guide


Located on the south bank of the River Thames, Greenwich is unspoilt, leafy and full of history. Visitors to Greenwich often comment how ‘un-London like’ Greenwich is. It’s true – it’s village like charm makes you feel miles away from the city’s hustle and bustle, when in reality, you can be in central London in no time at all. This historic part of London ...
kensington and chelsea area guide

Kensington and Chelsea

Affluent West London neighbourhood, popular with the rich and famous This royal borough has plenty of energy, and is arguably one of the city’s most desirable locations. Kensington and Chelsea encapsulate cosmopolitan London – its sophisticated bars, restaurants, and mix of designer and high street stores do well to draw the crowds. Pretty garden squares, galleries and museums also make up this wealthy West London ...
Canary Wharf area guide

Canary Wharf

An iconic part of London’s skyline, Canary Wharf is one of the city’s most desired postcodes. Don’t be fooled into thinking Canary Wharf is just a business district. Nestled amongst the gleaming skyscrapers you’ll find world class bars, restaurants and a whole host of lively pubs, providing a homely touch to the area. And if you’re looking for something a bit different away from ...
Battersea area guide


A favourite amongst young professionals, Battersea is south west London’s top residential hotspot. Situated on the south bank of the Thames, Battersea has a real community like feel and is a popular draw for young professionals and families. The café and restaurant culture is excellent, as is the vast amount of open space. Chelsea is just a stone’s throw away across the river, making ...
Bloomsbury area guide


Picturesque literary quarter in the heart of London, with a peaceful village-like vibe This upmarket, cultural hub is home to the famous British Museum, an array of buzzing bars, ‘olde worlde’ pubs and some of London’s most beautiful public gardens including the impressive hidden gem, Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Unspoilt, calm and once home to Virginia Woolf and Charles Dickens, Bloomsbury’s charm and character makes ...