We offer a wide choice of affordable homestay accommodation ranging from standard and standard plus to superior and executive class.

Homestay accommodation categories

Standard accommodation

Our standard homestay accommodation is situated in Zones 2, 3, 4 and 5 of the London Underground and National Rail network. These homes offer shared bathrooms, laundry facilities and a variety of meal plans. This is an ideal package for guests who prefer to live outside of the main city centre. You will benefit from a selection of shopping centres and generally larger family homes. Travel times to central London can be between 35 and 50 minutes.

Standard plus accommodation

Our standard plus homestay accommodation is located in Zones 2, 3 and 4 and is an upgrade on standard accommodation. You will find a higher standard of decor and easy access to a tube or train station. You will have access to shared bathroom facilities with the possibility of an ensuite/private bathroom where available. This is an ideal choice for guests wanting to live outside the main city centre. Travel times to central London can be between 35 and 50 minutes.

Superior accommodation

Our superior homestay accommodation is located in Zones 2 and 3 and offers a higher quality accommodation. The majority of our superior accommodation is situated closer to central London, somewhat reducing travelling time. This is an ideal choice for those wanting to live in a very vibrant part of London with access to fashionable bars, restaurants music venues and great nightlife.

Executive accommodation

Our executive homestay accommodation is located in Zones 1 and 2 possibly within walking distance or a short bus ride to your school or institute. This category offers the same variety of services as our standard, standard plus and superior accommodation.

It is important to be aware that executive homestay accommodation, especially in Zone 1, is limited as this is generally a commercial area where less accommodation is obtainable. It is therefore subject to availability.


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