Best London-Hackney holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in London-Hackney
The Crown Pub & GuesthouseFeaturing a bar, terrace and free WiFi, The Crown Pub & Guesthouse is located in London, 2.3 km from Victoria Park and 5 km from Olympic Stadium. The property is situated 5 km from Emirates Stadium, 5 km from Brick Lane and 6 km from Sky Garden. The guest house features family rooms.Book now
Stunning Property in the London Borough of HackneyStunning Property in the London Borough of Hackney in London offers accommodation with free WiFi, 4.1 km from Emirates Stadium, 5 km from Victoria Park and 5 km from Brick Lane.Book now
Amazing Flat with Recreational Activities for large families!In the Hackney district of London, close to Olympic Stadium, Amazing Flat with Recreational Activities for large families! has free WiFi and a washing machine. The apartment is 5 km from O2 Arena.Book now
Modern Spacious Ideal Loft in Heart of HackneyModern Spacious Ideal Loft in Heart of Hackney in London offers accommodation with free WiFi, 2.2 km from Victoria Park, 4.2 km from Brick Lane and 4.4 km from Olympic Stadium. The property is 6 km from Tower of London and 6 km from St Paul's Cathedral.Book now
Stunning Studio Flat Near Broadway MarketSet in London, within 1.8 km of Victoria Park and 3.3 km of Brick Lane, Stunning Studio Flat Near Broadway Market offers accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning and a garden. This apartment offers accommodation with a patio.Book now
If you want to get to know the English capital from its multicultural side, you should live in an apartment in Hackney (London) during your next holiday in London. The Hackney district is located north-east of the City of London and is increasingly being discovered by tourists. In contrast to Couchsurfing in Hackney (London), a private holiday home in Hackney, London offers you much more privacy. You can feel at home and live in the middle of London. So you get the chance to enjoy the flair of Hackney intensively.
An apartment in Hackney/London – comfortable accommodation for London explorers
Choosing private accommodation in Hackney, London, offers a number of advantages. The district is very well connected by public transport; there is a connection to the London Overground network and two underground stations are also located in this area. The distance to the city is not big, so that all known sightseeings of the capital can be easily reached. But the life in Hackney is so interesting that you don’t have to leave the district to spend some eventful holidays. Apartments in Hackney (London) are usually fully equipped so that you can take care of yourself. The Broadway Market is a great place to shop. It was founded in 2004 on the initiative of local residents and traders as a cooperative market, but quickly developed into one of the city’s most popular markets. Here you can get everything your heart desires. The market is a popular meeting place and offers – beside a large selection of unusual delicacies from all parts of the world – the possibility to experience the attitude towards life and the lively atmosphere of this up-and-coming part of town very closely. Lovers of antiques and curiosities will be drawn to the flea market, second-hand shops and interesting boutiques invite you to browse and various street artists, among others, provide the best entertainment.
A private holiday home in Hackney/London in the midst of a colourful cultural scene.
Hackney seems to have a particularly strong attraction for young, creative people. According to statistics, almost two thirds of the population are under 44 years of age. Hackney reflects an important part of London’s history. The fields of the Roman settlers once lay here. In 1198 the village was first mentioned as the location of a mill and the rural character of the area was preserved until the end of the 18th century. But with increasing industrialisation, the need for building land grew and Hackney became a working-class district where poverty and misery were at home. During the Second World War, Hackney was largely destroyed by bombing raids. The red clinker brick buildings that are so characteristic of Hackney today were built after the war and were not very popular. It was not until the late 1990s that artists increasingly discovered the charm of the area. Gallery owners and restaurateurs followed this trend and a very inspiring lifestyle developed. Perhaps this is the reason why more and more tourists looking for an interesting holiday home in London decide to stay in Hackney. But London has so many facets, which cannot be recognized during a stay. Maybe next time you’ll decide on an apartment in Greenwich, London?