Our terraced property is in the heart of Stepney Green, a vibrant part of London's East End and near to McQueen's home. We wanted to celebrate local connections to give our guests a real local feel. As we have lived here for nearly 15 years, we can give you information
The best way to describe East London is to say that it caters for everyone's wishes and has a really fascinating vibrancy. It even has its own language known as Cockney rhyming slang eg if you need some "cash" a true Cockney would say " need some sausage and mash" ? The
Three blocks to the Stepney Green Tube station, then 20 minutes to anywhere in London. In a quiet neighborhood, with some stores, restaurants, a good pub (the Half-Moon), and a theater (Genesis) near… More
We love the Genesis too - did you know that Charlie Chaplin performed there before Hollywoord beckoned ? They serve the most delicious pies with mash (gravy & mushy peas too)in the new restaurant - something for the next visit perhaps...
“The welcome, comfort, perfect food, location aesthetic fun and lovelines make this a perfect place to stay.s”
Reviewed 12 Jun 2013
Located just near Stepney Green Station and a bus straight to St Pancras, this is a perfectly situated B and B or self catering spot for London. It's such a surprise to be surrounded by trees and bir… More
“A place of calm in a busy work trip”
Reviewed 10 Jun 2013
I travelled to London for work in late 2012 and Stepney House B&B was an absolute oasis in the midst of three works of hectic work.
The location is great and access to transport (bus and train) is … More
Stepney House is a modern terraced house, within a quiet mainly residential area of Stepney Green. The suite has been named after the most famous East Ender of current times, Barbara Windsor, and you will find references to her within the private room, with TV & en-suit