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Featured Cottages in London
Luxury 6 Bedroom House for 12, With Parking
Stunning 4 Bedroom House in Balham
Historic Ham Lodge
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Bright 3 Bedroom House in Canning Town
4-bedroom Villa on Marble Arch
Luxury 3BR Home Wterrace by Kings Cross
Luxury 5-bedroom Villa With Parking and AC
Rare and Gorgeous Hyde Park Mews House Sleeps 8
2 Bedroom House With Roof Terrace
London Budget-Friendly Cottage Accommodation
Adulting can be rough. You love your job, and your sweetheart is the best, but next time someone says “think outside the box” or “we’ll park that”, you just might throw a fit. When was the last time you had one of those really deep convos with your person, anyway? It sounds like you need a holiday, and you’ve come to the right place. Budget-friendly cottage accommodation in London will have you feeling like your SO is the peanut butter to your jelly again in no time.
We’re not here to tell you what you want—we think you already know. You want a spot that’s totally relaxing, but still has plenty of things to do, you know, if you feel like it. You want great scenery, and you want food that’s worthy of your number one hashtag: #nomnom. Cottage getaways to London definitely fit the bill.
Yes, the scenery is stunning, but on a romantic cottage holiday, it’s what’s inside that counts. Today’s cottages are filled with those little touches of luxury, like fine bath amenities and gourmet kitchens. You know the saying about how the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach? Don’t miss your chance to impress this holiday—even if that just means remembering their favourite wine. (Hey, that still counts!)
Before you can check out entirely, you’ve got a few last bits of adulting to take care of: pick your perfect cheap country cottage in London, then type up that email to your boss and request your annual leave. We’re sure they’ll understand.