15 amazing accommodation options from 32 providers, such as Booking.com or Casamundo, are currently available in East London. HomeToGo instantly presents you with top offers by comparing the listed holiday rentals.
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Choose a filter above to easily find accommodation fitting your criteria among the 15 rentals in East London. It's easy to find a holiday rental fitting your needs in East London if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time, as most lettings provide internet or TVs. You can even compare and find lettings if you want a letting with a fireplace (54 rentals include fireplaces in East London) or you plan to go fishing (34 rentals with fishing).
Price and Availability Index for East London
Holiday Letting Price Information in East London
We analysed holiday cottages, homes and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in East London. Holiday letting prices are the highest in December (25/12 - 01/01). East London is cheaper during one week in June (04/06 - 11/06), when prices are on average £67 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in East London
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in East London. In one week of May (07/05 - 14/05), 34% of the holiday homes are booked. More properties are available during one week of December (25/12 - 01/01), when the booking rate is only 19%.
The Weather in East London
- Rainy days
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month in East London, with average daily maximum temperatures of 23°. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in East London in January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in East London
Nearly half of the accommodation options (46.15%) in East London are apartment rentals. They are the most typical properties on offer there. These holiday properties have a median size of 74 m² and an average price of £189 per night. Furthermore, most apartment rentals in East London are able to host groups of 4, which makes East London a wonderful destination for medium-sized groups and families. Holidaymakers who prefer something else will also find many hotel rooms, which are the other most popular property type in East London. The average size of hotel rooms in East London is 27 m² , and the average price is £143 per night.
Experience England's capital at an East London holiday letting
East London apartments situate you in one of the most characterful areas of England's capital. Eclectic cultural influences, creatives in abundance, and endless street markets make this one of the city's most colourful destinations.
Where to find the best food in East London?
Try the 'full English'
East London serves up a diverse and delicious selection of cuisine. Venture to Smithfield Market, the largest wholesale meat market in Europe and one of London's most revered markets, or Brick Lane, London's curry capital. The lamb at Tayyabs is universally well reviewed. Saturdays are best spent at buzzing Broadway and Netil Markets, while on Sundays, Columbia Road teems with flowers and food stalls.
What are the best nightlife spots in East London?
Party like a Londoner
Shoreditch High Street is the centre of many an East Londoner's merriment. Myriad hipster bars are interspersed with chic modern choices. Try Soho House for DJ sets, chats with creatives on the rise, and cocktails. Minutes away, Callooh Callay regularly tops charts of London's best cocktail bars. Its mercurial menu and secret room, hidden 'Alice in Wonderland'-style behind a mirror, keep things interesting. A more laid-back ambience can be found at the legendary Ten Bells. This proper London pub is all the more visit-worthy for its supposed connection to Jack the Ripper.
Where are the unique attractions in East London?
Cycle London's historic canals
Hire a Santander Cycle for the day, and explore the array of architectural styles along the canal, which leads to the capital's futuristic Olympic Park. Constructed for the London 2012 Olympics, the park is the perfect break from the pace of the rest of the city. Look out for the sweeping lines of the Aquatics Centre, and the soaring red sculpture by internationally renowned contemporary artist Anish Kapoor. On your way, you'll pass Victoria Park, with its attractive Japanese pagoda and elegant lake. Wind up on Fish Island, inhabited by a plethora of creatives.
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