Best London-Bow holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in London-Bow
Redchurch TownhouseSet in London, 1.1 km from Brick Lane, Redchurch Townhouse by Soho House features access to a local fitness centre. Offering a bar, the property is located within 1.9 km of Sky Garden. The property is 2.6 km from Tower of London and 2.6 km from St Paul's Cathedral.Book now
Shoreditch Níké ApartmentsLocated within one of London’s most eclectic areas but a short distance from the financial district, Shoreditch Nike Apartments offer modern self-catering accommodation. Free WiFi is available, and all apartments are a short walk from Shoreditch High Street Station.Book now
The WhitechapelIn the heart of London’s East End, The Whitechapel is a boutique hotel offering contemporary accommodation with views out across the city. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel, which is a 5-minute walk from Whitechapel Tube Station.Book now
Beautiful, Secure, 2-bedroom Canal-side ApartmentBeautiful, Secure, 2-bedroom Canal-side Apartment is a self-catering property located in London near Victoria Park. The property, housed in a building dating from 2011, has free WiFi and is 2.1 km from Olympic Stadium and 2.2 km from Brick Lane.Book now
Bow is a district of East London with a history dating back to the Middle Ages. Originally the area was called Stratford, and its present name comes from an abbreviation of the medieval name. This was called “Stratford-atte-Bow”, whereby “Bow” alluded to a bridge that had already been built here in the early 12th century. Today Bow is a London borough where you can experience historic London as well as modern London. The cityscape here is mainly characterised by numerous residential buildings that have often been lovingly restored. Apartments in Bow/London have been very popular with many visitors to the British metropolis for a number of years, because they can experience the special atmosphere of the capital very directly, but at the same time enjoy the relative tranquillity of a district that is mainly used as a residential area. If you rent a private accommodation in London-Bow, you can quickly reach the most important tourist highlights of the city from there. At the same time, you will enjoy a much greater independence from your landlord than with couchsurfing in Bow, London. By the way, a part of the district belongs to the area of the Olympic Park, which was created for the 2012 Summer Olympics. From your private holiday home in Bow/London it’s only a short walk on foot until then.
Individual apartments in Bow/London – for short trips or longer holidays in London
There is no specific season for a stay in a private holiday home in Bow/London, as London is a rewarding destination all year round. If you want to explore the city and visit the famous sights, the spring and summer months are of course particularly suitable. But also a stay in the proverbial London fog in autumn or an extensive Christmas shopping have their charm. And if the weather doesn’t invite you to stroll outside, London’s many famous museums offer enough sights for many days. You can easily reach your private accommodation in Bow, London by public transport. Bus No. 8 has its terminus at Bow Church, and the underground stations Mile End and Bow Road are also not far away. Bow Church is also a station on the Docklands Light Railway.
Private Holiday Apartments in Bow, London: Live like a local!
If you want to experience pure British flair, you will certainly not be disappointed by a holiday in an Apartment in London. Especially for those who don’t just want to see the tourist highlights, but also want to experience the everyday life of Londoners, this type of holiday is ideal. It’s best to book the right apartment in Bow, London, for your next trip to the Thames. If you don’t find a place in Bow that you like, you might find an alternative private holiday home in Haggerston, London, which is also not too far from Bow and where Haggerston Park invites you to relax in the greenery. You’ll see that each district of London has its own atmosphere and that many of them offer an interesting contrast to the lively tourist hotspots in the city centre.
Latest reviews for places in London-Bow
-: *the shower was not really clean
*the bathroom's ventilation seems to blow the air into the closet of the sleeping room
*beds are short and not comfortable
*it gets very cold from the windows probably because they are quite old
+: *close to tube, 24/7 supermarket, pubsMarkus reviewed Modern & Clean!! Available Now in Bow
*value for money may be good for london (but does not compare to German standards)
*well equipped kitchen
*other people in the house are very quiet and did not complain about any of the noises we made
*very nice view on a beautiful old building on the other side of the road
Very modern and clean place to sleep!Julian reviewed cosy room with a private bathroom in Bow