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An Airbnb Insider's Guide To Greenwich
One of the joys of travelling with Airbnb is the opportunity to tap into your host's local knowledge and get the inside track on your destination.
Christian is an Airbnb host with a home between the river and Greenwich Park and offers his spare room to travellers. He, like many other hosts, is developing a personal guide to Greenwich for his guests to use featuring some of the obvious blockbuster attractions of SE10 alongside some only a local would know. Check out his top tips — what would yours be?
Food and drink:
Gurkha's Inn, Colomb Street: "Best local curry house!"
Heap's sausages, Nevada Street: "Nice baps, great coffee"
Royal Teas, Royal Hill: "Nice little coffee shop" (also, vegetarian!)
Fay's Deli, Trafalgar Road: "Best breakfast sandwich ever"
Cutty Sark, Ballast Quay: "Good for an outdoor pint on the river"
Trafalgar Tavern, Park Row: "Pricey, but perfect, spot on the Thames"
Lord Hood, Creek Road: "Proper old school boozer, good beer, singers' nights"
The Pelton Arms, Pelton Road: "Local pub, good atmosphere, local bands"
Things to see and do:
Cutty Sark: "Famous tea clipper"
Greenwich Market: "Arts, crafts, food stalls"
National Maritime Museum: "Nelsons uniforms and great coffee outside"
The Observatory: "Zero longitude man! Stand either side of east and west, and amazing view"
Point Hill: "Amazing view of London, only the locals know"
Last Updated 20 May 2015