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        London Borough of Islington Holiday Cabins (3)

         

        Recent Reviews

        Sweet cottage in its own private grounds, in a spacious, idyllic setting.

        4 of 5
        New wooden cottage with 2 cosy bedrooms and everything you could need for a holiday, including lots of outside space, dining and easy chairs and tables to enjoy barbecue meal or just to relax. My husband, teenage daughter and I had plenty of room within the cottage and we loved the fact that it was a very tranquil setting and plenty of wildlife to see within the mature trees and shrubbery (squirrels, rabbits, various birds). The interior has luxurious fittings and furniture - even down to the bathroom towels! Great location to visit London by train, the south coast (we went by car) or the local towns have their own individual shops, historic buildings and other places of interest. Amanda and Tim were very friendly and gave us advice and directions whenever we needed it, in addition to the Guest Information book held within the cottage. Would certainly consider returning as there is so much to sightsee with a welcoming peaceful retreat to stay in.
        • Review Submitted: Aug 21, 2017
        • Date of Stay: Aug 2017

        Cute and teeny tiny but perfect for a couple or solo traveller

        5 of 5
        Loved it...very cute and quirky. Nunhead is mostly the same as it wss 10 years ago and still authentic despite some gentrification. Definitely worth the stay but you need to prepare for buses and or taxis.
        • Review Submitted: Jul 23, 2017
        • Date of Stay: Jul 2017