The neighbourhood of Barnes in west London is a family friendly and safe area that lots of local residents choose to call home. So if you’re visiting London with little ones and want somewhere that feels secure, this is perfect. Slightly out of central London, it still has good train links to the city and there are lots of nice local cafes and shops in the area. This gorgeous house has four large bedrooms each individually styled and an outdoor terrace area where the kids can play.
Local parks are the perfect place to entertain children in London and primrose hill is one of the loveliest parks in London. With views over the city, it’s also close to Parliament Hill Lido which is one of the best outdoor swimming spots in London. This large house has plenty of space for up to 7 guests and plenty of space for kids to play. Both infants and teenagers will love this house.
Give your children a history lesson on your trip to London by staying in this Hampstead home which is steeped in history. It shares the block with the glorious memory of English writer and poet David Herbert Lawrence, best known for his novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover. The multilevel vacation rental artfully blends cool with warm and placid with quirky. As well as the stunning interiors, the property comes with a turf-carpeted outdoor hideaway where the children can play and you can enjoy an al-fresco meal.
It’s not your typical family home, but this large penthouse property has plenty of space for a family with five bedrooms and a generously proportioned open plan living area. The art-deco theme which runs throughout the house will impress even the most stylish teenagers. Finding a family home in London isn’t always easy so choosing an apartment with two levels is a great compromise. In the stylish Bayswater area you’ll be able to walk around almost all of central London so won’t need to worry about wrestling a buggy onto the tube.
Stay on the outer fringes of central London and experience the city in a whole new light. Queen’s Park is an affluent neighbourhood in north west London with a plethora of bistros, pubs, and restaurants, and is dotted with boutique shops and independent specialty stores. Its tree-lined streets are conducive to morning walks and late-afternoon strolls which are very necessary when you have little ones in tow. Going to other parts of London is made easy by the nearby Queen’s Park and Kilburn Park tube stations. The house itself has five large bedrooms and a spacious, light-filled interior.
If you're a family on holiday in London, this beautiful home in Clapham could be right up your alley. It’s perfectly designed with just the right balance of adult sophistication and childlike whimsy to make a lovely holiday setup for you and the people who matter. Clapham in south west London is a popular choice for families thanks to Clapham Common and the large choice of cafes and shops. There are two children’s bedrooms for little ones to stay in.
Angel is one of our favourite neighbourhoods in London, with lots of boutique stores and independent bars and cafes. Sweet and sophisticated, the floral, patterned interior of this beautiful family home in London is enough to inspire adventure. This vibrant home in Islington gives you plenty of cozy space to relax and unwind after a long day and play whenever your inner child calls.
Located along Aberdeen Road in Highbury, this four-bedroom, three-bathroom family home in London with lovely garden is in a highly sought-after neighbourhood. It is very spacious and can comfortably accommodate a group of up to seven guests. The hosts are a pair of television producers from the BBC, who are keen travellers and avid collectors of vintage and contemporary art and photography which is evident in the house’s interior.
Right behind Harrods, tucked away from the crowds is this lovely four-bedroom home in a gated mews. It boasts a stunning roof terrace for enjoying the evening sun as well as lots of open living space to play in. The best thing about this luxury London rental is how close it is to all the museums which are sure to keep the little ones entertained. You’re within walking distance of the interactive science museum which is world-famous as a great place for children and the huge whale bones and animal skulls of the Natural History Museum are right around the corner.
Stoke Newington is one of London’s coolest neighbourhoods and staying here on a family holiday in the city will give you a taste for local life. Eat a middle-Eastern inspired brunch at local favourite Good Egg and duck into The White Hart on Stoke Newington Road to uncover one of the best beer gardens in London. Clissold Park is perfect for an afternoon stroll, as is the Abney Park Cemetery. The house itself is gorgeous with a huge c country-style kitchen and a leafy garden to hide away in.