A city where tradition meets innovation.

As the cultural melting pot of England's South, London hums with diversity, innovation and energy. With our short-term rentals spread across the city, you can choose the neighbourhood that suits you best and dive into the vibrant London scene.

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West London

Our latest collection of serviced apartments located in one of the most up and coming areas of London...


South London

Brand new boutique serviced apartments located in vibrant and colourful South London...

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South East London

Explore our latest collection of serviced apartments in lively South East London.


East London

Discover our new upcoming collection of serviced apartments in East London.


Central London

We're opening 14 brand new serviced apartments this year in Central London. Discover more here!


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Everything including the kitchen sink.

All of our short term lets in London are fully equipped with everything you’ll need to make yourself at home.

Smart TV

Hypnos Mattresses

Contactless check-in

Washing machine

Spacious Living

Grab & go coffee

Thoughtful Design

Crisp linen & towels

Self catering

Stocked pantry

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  • Are short-term lets and short-term rentals the same thing?

    Short-term lets are specifically relating to the letting of accommodation or property.

    Short-term rentals are theoretically the same thing but could be used in a more broad range of contexts.

    We offer short-term letting across all of our serviced apartments in London. This means that you can rent one of our apartments for as little as two nights to 6 months.

  • Do our Apartments in London come furnished?

    All of our short-term lets in London are entirely furnished.

    This meaning all you’ll have to bring with you is your clothes, toiletries, shoes and any other items you might require during your stay.

    All of our kitchens are equipped with all essential items required to cook a substantial meal (e.g saucepans, frying pan, cutlery, knives, etc.)

    Linen and towels are provided based on the number of guests staying.

  • Are our locations dog friendly & pet friendly?

    Many of our serviced apartments are dog-friendly and pet-friendly.

    Should you wish to bring your pet with you, we require advance notice of at least 48 hours. Details of the pets you are choosing to bring with you are also required. There is an additional deep cleaning fee required once you vacate your apartment.

    A larger deposit is also required upfront in the event that your pet damages any of the furniture, fixtures or fittings.

    There are some occasions when we cannot allow pets but these are discussed on a case by case basis.

  • How flexible is short term lettings?

    Those guests who book direct with us are able to cancel their short-term let with just 24 hours’ notice (unless agreed otherwise).

    If you have booked via Booking.com, AirBnB or another third-party agent then your stay is subject to those specific terms and conditions. We therefore advise all short-term let guests to book directly through our website or via email/telephone.

    Please note: if you have booked using a promotion (including promo codes), you are subject to the terms and conditions of this specific rate in which you have booked. Please see our terms and conditions for more details.

  • How much is it to let short term?

    Our prices vary based on your requirements. For example, a three-bedroom city centre apartment is going to be significantly more than a studio apartment.

    You can check our prices online via our website or you can get in touch with us by calling 0117 3018 444 or emailing reservations@yourapartment.com.

  • How do you get to Central London from our apartments?

    From Brixton…

    To get from Brixton to Central London, you can take the underground from Brixton station on the Victoria line, which offers direct connections to many central London locations such as Oxford Circus, Victoria, and King’s Cross St Pancras.

    From Tooting…

    Travelling from Tooting to Central London, you can take the underground from Tooting Broadway station on the Northern line, which has direct connections to many central London locations such as Leicester Square, Tottenham Court Road, and London Bridge.

    From Shepherd’s Bush

    To get from Shepherd’s Bush to Central London, you can take the underground from Shepherd’s Bush station on the Central line, which offers direct connections to many central London locations such as Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, and Bank.

    From Old Kent Road…
    Travelling from Old Kent Road to Central London, you can take the underground from Elephant and Castle Underground Station, which offers direct connections to many central London locations such as Charing Cross, Piccadilly Circus and Westminster.

  • What are the best ways to get into London?

    So you’re looking to travel to London? No worries!

    Here’s a quick rundown of how to get into London from Land, Air and Rail…

    Travelling from the North

    If you’re traveling from the North and want to get into London, the best way is by train. There are several direct train services that connect cities in the North, such as Manchester, Liverpool, and Leeds, to London.

    Once you arrive at one of London’s major train stations, such as King’s Cross, Euston or Paddington, you’ll have easy access to the city’s extensive public transport network, including the Tube, buses, and taxis.

    Travelling from the East

    Traveling from the East? The easiest way is by train or the Tube. Direct train services connect cities such as Cambridge, Norwich, and Ipswich to London, and the journey time is usually between 1-2 hours depending on your starting point.

    Alternatively, you can take the Tube on the Central or District line, which run from East London into the city center.

    Travelling from the South

    To get into London from the South, you can take a train from one of the many railway stations located throughout the region, such as Brighton, Southampton, or Portsmouth. Trains run frequently and offer a fast and efficient way to travel into the city.

    You can also drive or take a bus, but these options may be slower and more subject to traffic congestion.

    Travelling from the West

    To get into London from the West, you can take a train from one of the major railway stations such as Reading or Slough, which offer frequent and fast services into the city.

    Again, you can drive or take a bus, but these options may be slower and more subject to traffic congestion.

    Travelling in by Air

    To get into London by plane, you can fly into one of the six major airports located near the city: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, London City, or Southend. From there, you can take a train, bus, taxi, or ride-share service to reach your destination in London.

    Each airport has different transportation options available, so it’s best to research and plan ahead.

    Travelling in by Eurostar

    To get into London by Eurostar, you can take the train from Paris, Brussels, or Amsterdam directly to St Pancras International station, located in central London.

    The journey times vary depending on the starting city but typically take around 2 hours from Paris and Brussels and 4 hours from Amsterdam. St Pancras is well connected to the rest of London via the underground and bus networks.

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