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The Weather in Shoreditch
- Rainy days
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 23°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Shoreditch
In Shoreditch, more than half of the property types in Shoreditch are apartment rentals, which represent 57.38% of the properties on offer. The median size of apartment rentals in Shoreditch is 53 m², with an average price of £193 per night. Furthermore, these properties tend to be optimal for couples and small groups, as most can welcome 3 guests. Hotel rooms are the second most typical type of accommodation in Shoreditch. Hotel rooms in Shoreditch are 21 m² on average, with an average price of £142 a night.
Discover holiday lettings in Shoreditch, the hippest corner of London
Holidays homes in Shoreditch are as diverse as the district itself, ranging from stunning, glass-fronted flats to converted Victorian terraces. The latter point to the area’s infamous past left by the serial killer, Jack the Ripper who haunted London’s East End in the 1880s. Rest assured, however, that these historic homes have been brought back to life, many of them combining period features with hip interior design in keeping with Shoreditch’s legacy as a modern, vibrant neighbourhood.
Where to find the best food in Shoreditch?
Tasty delights from all corners of the world
Decades of immigration alongside recent waves of gentrification have left their mark on Shoreditch’s foodie scene. You can still find fish and chips (check out Poppies on Hanbury Street), a must-do when you’re in Old Blighty’s capital. But there's much more.
Stroll down Brick Lane and take your pick from the colourful array of Anglo-Indian and Bengali BYOB curry houses. If you’re looking for something more high-end, take the lift to the 38th floor of the Heron Tower and dine on Japanese-Brazilian-Peruvian fusion dishes with views on sprawling Shoreditch all around.
What are the best nightlife spots in Shoreditch?
Dance the night away in London’s best party places
The classic British pub takes on a whole new meaning in this young, fun corner of town. Many of Shoreditch’s establishments, such as The Old Last Blue and The Crown and Shuttle, are open until the early hours and feature happy hours, resident DJs and terraces for the warmer months.
If you prefer something a little stronger to the traditional British lager, then cocktail bars are in abundance. At Nightjar, indulge in rare spirits with live jazz playing in the background. Blues Kitchen is another locals’ favourite, promising fresh cocktails and a buzzing dance floor.
Sufficiently boozed? Then it’s time to hit the club! XOYO will offer a reliably fun night with DJs across two floors whilst The Nest is more intimate and specialises in electro-house nights. Then there’s Aquarium where you’ll find mainstream club music with the added madness of an indoor swimming pool!
Where are the unique attractions in Shoreditch?
Pick up treasures at the local markets
Trawl through the vintage shops on Brick Lane and Hanbury Street and don't miss Blitz, a veritable emporium of bright shirts and unique leather items. Old Spitalfields Market has also been rejuvenated with a vast selection of clothes and antique stalls open every day.
And no weekend is complete in London’s East End without a visit to Broadway Market. Open on Saturdays, it offers farm produce and artisan cheeses and bakes. Finally, spend your Sunday walking along Regent’s Canal to Columbia Road Flower Market and take some pretty blooms back to your Shoreditch apartment.
Shoreditch is a kaleidoscope of funky bars, sensational food and edgy boutiques. Enjoy this dynamic metropolis like a local in an authentic holiday letting with a group of friends or your significant other.
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