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Self-Catering in South East London Once upon a time the term “self-catering” conjured up images of tatty flats containing 1970s style bed-settees and windows in need of a good wash. Well, thankfully things are changing and the revolutionaries have certainly taken over in South East London.

Those looking for self-catering accommodation do so for a number of reasons, perhaps you have a big family or young children who need the space that you just can’t find in a cramped hotel room, or perhaps you’re celebrating a hen or stag weekend and want to have the benefit of keeping your group together in one location. There’s also the added bonus of group discounts and generally, self-catering works out at a cheaper accommodation option all round.

Self-catering is now big business and there’s plenty of companies and agencies offering modern and stylish executive apartments to those keen to stay in the heart of South East London.

Euracom [map], Queen Elizabeth Street, offers customers the opportunity to rent a number of apartments ranging in size from studios that can sleep two people to two bedroom, two bathroom apartments that can sleep up to six. There’s also the opportunity to take advantage of in-house gym facilities and indoor swimming pools.

If you want something older with original period features try Glenthurston Holiday Apartments [map], Canadian Avenue, which are a pair of neighbouring detached Victorian houses that have been sensitively converted into self-catering apartments for holiday makers. This family-owned business offers 11 apartments sleeping from two to eight people depending on which apartment you choose.

Another Victorian option is the choice of apartments offered by Be My Guest In London [map], Venner Road, Sydenham. These self-catering studio apartments in a lovely Victorian home provide superior accommodation. They are close to Penge, Crystal Palace, Anerley, Beckenham, Bromley, Dulwich, Catford, Lewisham, Brixton and Croydon, and near to stations with a 15 minute journey time to central London.

If these apartments all prove too expensive there is a great way to do it on the cheap. During semester breaks King’s College London [map] offer a number of halls of residence to rent. Depending on location, each room offers en suite facilities or a communal bathroom. The hall at Waterloo, is available during the summer months for a bargain price. The residence has 543 singe en suite rooms and discounts are available to students, groups and long-stays. For further information contact: Enquiries and bookings via King’s Conference & Vacation Bureau, Stamford Street, London.

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