Enjoy the city on your doorstep with onefinestay

This fall, stay in a London home chosen for space, character and comfort.

Fall for London

Fall – it’s the best time of year for a romantic getaway to London.

  • Summer tourists have departed, and kids are back in school.
  • It's still warm enough to explore parks and markets.
  • Enjoy prices up to 30% cheaper than peak season.
  • Great for culture, from Frieze Art Fair to West End shows.

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What sets us apart

We give you a new way to experience London’s most interesting neighbourhoods – by staying in the finest private homes, chosen for space, character and comfort. So you can have everything on your very own doorstep, in the heart of the city.

We know what counts when you’re travelling – a friendly face to meet you, beds made with pristine sheets, the towels and toiletries taken care of to our exacting standards. And we know that your leisure time is a canvas—you want space and freedom to create your own experiences. So we’re available around the clock if you need us, but we step back when you don’t.

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Kensington Gardens, Kensington

Between September and November, London’s green parks bronze and brown, becoming less busy and more charming by the day. One of our favourites is Kensington Gardens, on the west side of Hyde Park. From here, fantastic shopping on Kensington High Street and art exhibits at the Serpentine Gallery are less than 15 minutes’ walk. But who wants to be indoors? A pedalo for two looks much more appealing.

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Burlington Arcade, Mayfair

London’s arcades are part of the city’s architectural heritage, and Mayfair’s Burlington Arcade is a gem dating back to 1819. Today, it’s still looked after by Beadles in traditional uniform, and as well as fashion boutiques, jewellers and beauty shops, it’s home to Truefitt & Hill – a 200-year-old gentlemen’s barber (what a good pit-stop for a certain someone who’s run out of shoe shopping stamina).

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Borough Market, London Bridge

Borough Market is London’s oldest fruit and veg market, but that doesn’t begin to describe the vibrant variety of tastes, scents and sights within. Vendors serve up hot specialities from around the world all week, and the full market is open Wednesday to Saturday. Pop down for lunch before exploring the historic neighbourhood, or shop for organic groceries, traditionally hung game and a fine vintage to take home for dinner.

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The Prince Bonaparte, Notting Hill

As the days get shorter, London’s pubs get fuller—and it’s no wonder why. With a cosy, convivial atmosphere, seasonal menus and a wide selection of ales and wines, The Prince Bonaparte in Notting Hill has perfected the British gastropub formula. Stop in for lunch before visiting Portobello Market – Notting Hill’s main attraction – we wouldn’t be surprised if you’re tempted back in on the way home.

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