It doesn’t get cooler than this, ladies and gentlemen. Located on the fourth floor of the architecturally string clock tower at St Pancras Station, this double bedroom – complete with an en suite bathroom and communal main kitchen – enables travellers to live an urban fairytale-esque fantasy.
For those seeking something a little more quirky (and something that will make a great Instagram post to inject envy into your friends’ lives as you enjoy your travels), Jessie the Narrowboat is the AirBnB for you. Located – or should we say, moored up – in Little Venice, this light and airy barge is just a stone’s throw from Paddington Station and accommodates four.
Reconnecting with nature in the heart of the capital is no easy task, but this stylist AirBnB celebrated modern gardenship at a reasonable night. The edgy garden cabin is surprisingly a short walk away from Kings Cross and caters for two. With its own secure private access you can come and go as you please. It’s perfect little urban sanctuary for a couple or a single person.
For those seeking bohemia and urban grit, this modern and unusual living space locates itself in the heart of a communal artists studio. In the heart of decadently trendy London Fields in Hackney, this hub of creativity promises to get the inspiration flowing in the artiest of ways. Formed organically over many years, the large, well-lit top floor combines living, cooking, eating and sleeping quarters.
Proving that ‘cool’ can be done on a budget, this place is a mishmash of curiosities. Though not particularly a stand out place in terms of design, architecture, concept or location, we’re utterly drawn to this large flat simply because it comes with a cat. What could be better?
For those wanting trendy design on a budget with a cool concept behind the accommodation, this converted coach house near Peckham is a dream. Small but a perfectly formed converted coach house in quiet residential area of South East London, this private & self-contained home with direct access has a double bed, kitchen with fridge, hob, microwave and bathroom with shower.
Quirky meets luxury in this Hyde Park Maisonette. A minute’s walk from Queenway and Bayswater tube station, this hotel alternative is surrounded by restaurants, pubs and bars. The design is elegant, with floating living quarters.