Portico Host Locations

Are you thinking of short-letting your property on Airbnb? Portico have a dedicated service to help you, operating in Zones 1-4 in London. Give us a call on 020 7099 4000 or pop into one of our 17 offices around London to find out more about Portico Host.

Acton is a great place to stay should you want to escape the busy city life, whilst benefiting from the great transport links it has to offer. Just 20 minutes away is London’s infamous Hyde Park, which is surrounded by the likes of Mayfair and Kensington, ensuring you’re never far from all London has to offer.
Battersea is much more than just the power station and a desirable postcode. With great links to central London and the addition of the Thames Clipper, Battersea ensures that you are within easy access to the rest of London. Home to the beautiful Battersea Park, you can ensure that you never run out of things to do.
In the heart of East London, full of young professionals and just a stone’s throw away from Shoreditch, Bethnal Green is a great spot. The vibrant area is a great place to go to get out of the busy city life, whilst being located close to the centre of London. The flower market and Brick Lane brings people from all parts of London, giving the area a great atmosphere.
Bloomsbury is one of London’s most exclusive and central locations, and has something for everyone. Filled with some of the cities best restaurants and popular tourist spots you can rest assured, knowing that you will not run out of things to do and see.
Set in a prime location, Camden is on the must-do list for those visiting London, with the London Zoo and famous Regents Park on its doorstep. Situated on London’s Northern Line, Camden ensures that Central London is quick and easy to get to. In the summer months you can indulge yourself in the Camden Lock filled with street food, and clothes stalls.
Situated in Essex, Chigwell has become a hotspot for footballers and celebrities enjoying the proximity to London whist enjoying the peace and quiet of Chigwell. Surrounded by vast open green spaces and some of the countries most renowned golf courses,Chigwell is perfect for those who want to get out of the city whilst being located just a short journey to Central London.
Clapham is London’s new hotspot, popular amongst young professionals due to its location and great quirky bars and restaurants. Clapham Common is a 220-acre open space and is a great place to bask in the summer sun. The Old Abbeville Road is home to some great independent shops, as well as big name brands and restaurants. Clapham is one of London’s most desirable locations, with all it has to offer.
Set in South East London is one of London’s hidden gems. Dulwich is home to picturesque Georgian homes, and some great local bars and eateries. As well as all it has to offer locally, Dulwich is an easy commute to the majority of London. Just 30 minutes to Oxford Street, Dulwich has become a great place to Airbnb your home.
Just a 13-minute journey to London’s Liverpool Street, and with the Crossrail on the horizon, there’s never been a better time to Airbnb in Forest Gate. Surrounded by the beautiful Wanstead Flats, and Olympic Park next door, Forest Gate has something for everyone.
Fulham is one of London’s most desirable postcodes, with its high-end shops along the Kings Road and exclusive restaurants. Over the weekends the town is buzzing, with the help of both Fulham and Chelsea FC living nearby, giving the area a fantastic atmosphere unlike anywhere else in the city. Situated on the District Line, and within close proximity to the popular parts of London, you can be assured it’s the perfect place for Airbnb.
Hammersmith is one of London’s most idyllic locations with its riverside setting, trendy bars, restaurants, and great transport links. With the area being set to be re-developed, not only is it a great area, but an up and coming one too. Home to the Hammersmith Evertim Apollo and the Cambridge Oxford Boat Race, Hammersmith is definitely a tourist hotspot, great for Airbnb.
Amongst North London, and famously known for the famous Arsenal FC Stadium, is Highbury. With Arsenal moving just up the road the area still has a great atmosphere come match days. Filled with plenty of great bars and restaurants, Highbury has something for everyone. Should you want to leave the area and head into the centre of London, then a 15 minute journey on the tube is all it takes.
Ilford, East London, sits within a very commutable area, whilst getting out of the bustling city. Surrounding Ilford is the very open Wanstead Flats and Valentines Park perfect for basking in the summer sun. Just a 40 minute trip from Trafalgar Square means that demand is high in the area for people to get out the city. Stratford is also just a stone’s throw away and has something for everyone, including hundreds of shops and restaurants in the Westfields Shopping Centre, and of course the famous Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park that played host to the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Sat in the heart of North London, with a desirable N1 postcode, sits Islington. Located close to Arsenal Football Stadium, the area is buzzing come match day. Just 15 minutes away from Trafalgar Square and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Islington is a great location and has something for everyone. The local restaurants are very highly rated, and people travel from all over to visit them.
East London’s rising hotspot Leyton has something for everyone. In recent times it has become a place for first time buyers working in the City looking for an easy commute, whilst escaping the city life in the evenings. It's located just 20 minutes away from Oxford Circus in the heart of London, and just next door is Stratford. Filled with Victorian houses, Leyton has a real village feel.
This lively East London hotspot has grown a quirky, village-like feel over the years and is now a popular area for those looking to move slightly out of the city centre. The Victoria line runs through it, offering 24 hour access at the weekends, perfect for those commuting into London, with access to King's Cross easily and quickly. As well as this, there is an Overground train taking you directly to Liverpool Street. Tottenham Hotspurs new state of the art stadium just across the marshes is set to boost the surrounding areas too.
Today Woodford is a typical commuter town with a mix of Victorian, Edwardian, detached, semi-detached and terrace houses, along with new-build flats. In the suburbs of the city, it offers a mix between country and city life. Woodford has become popular with families due to the easy commute to the City, and great schools in the area.

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