In the vast majority of destinations in the western world, at least, the days of forking out a small fortune for a couple of nights in a cramped, characterless hotel room are over, thanks to a smart system that allows us to temporarily live in the shoes of a local – typically one with more money and nicer furniture than us. In short, we’re big fans. So much so that we’re tempted to take a little break in our own city. But what to choose – the slick, super-cool converted pub in Peckham, or the secret apartment behind the clock face in St Pancras Station?
The frugal home in a Tooting loft conversion
We nose around the stylish, smartly furnished Tooting pad of our favourite blogger
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