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London’s best museums and the areas they inhabit

By rentonomy on October 7, 2016

You may have already noticed that London is full of history. The centuries-old buildings and the abundance of museums dotted all over the capital remind us of the city’s colourful past. The museums themselves tend to be located in pretty trendy areas, too. With all this history and culture, we thought it was only right…


London’s artistic areas

By rentonomy on September 23, 2016

London is a melting pot of creativity and iconic imagery. There is so much inspiration all over the capital, it’s not hard to see why so many aspiring artists – whether performers, painters, writers, designers or any other artistic type – use the city as a canvas for their work. There is a long history of…


London Italia: the best pizza restaurants in London

By rentonomy on September 21, 2016

London enjoys a good relationship with Italians, with areas such as Farringdon and Clerkenwell being referred to as “Little Italy” in the past. There are also more than a few Italian restaurants in the capital – and while pasta is a popular choice of food, nothing beats a delicious pizza. But where do you go to find the…


Riverside living in London

By rentonomy on September 19, 2016

Sometimes you just want to enjoy relaxing surroundings, right? Especially if you’re living in a busy city like London: it’s always on the go, and there’s always something happening. We’ve already covered the peaceful parks dotted all over the capital that offer an escape from a hectic, on-the-go lifestyle. Now we’ve turned our attention to the best places to…

St James's Park Lake – East from the Blue Bridge - 2012-10-06

Parks & Rec: London’s best open spaces

By rentonomy on September 14, 2016

Some may be surprised that a heavily built-up city like London offers vast amounts of lush open spaces to explore. Whether you want to find a picnic-perfect spot, unkempt terrain, or replicate a countryside stroll, you won’t be short of choices in the capital. Many renters prefer a location close to a park when searching for a property, which is why we’ve…


London rental areas: Canary Wharf

By rentonomy on September 9, 2016

Located on the West India Docks on the Isle of Dogs, east London, Canary Wharf is heavily associated with blue chip businesses. Along with the City it is one of the two main financial hubs in the United Kingdom and has around 105,000 professionals working in the area. While its association as a business hub is…


5 London rental hotspots

By rentonomy on August 31, 2016

Rental hotspots: there’s always a new one popping up on the horizon, pushing the one before it further down the pecking order. In fact, up-and-coming rental areas in the capital change so quickly, it’s hard to keep up with where’s hot and where’s not. If you’re new to London, the last thing you want to do…


7 awesome burger restaurants in south London

By rentonomy on August 25, 2016

Burgers and south London share something in common: they have both significantly risen in popularity over the last few years. South London has seen more people renting property there, while the number of burger restaurants popping up is higher than ever. As today is of course National Burger Day, we thought we would present to you…


How to make your rental more homely

By rentonomy on August 23, 2016

Despite the British obsession with owning your own home, there are actually more than a few bonuses to renting a property – especially in London. Rental contracts give you the flexibility to move around and explore one of the world’s greatest cities, there are no long-term mortgages to worry about, and when maintenance problems arise,…


Sharing is caring: flat sharing in London

By rentonomy on August 22, 2016

They say that two’s company, three’s a crowd and four, well, we won’t go into that. When it comes to sharing a rental property, though, we personally think the more the merrier. As long as there’s the space to accommodate. London rental prices are one of the most expensive in Europe, so it makes perfect…