Your Home Away From Home
Staying with a host family is the most popular and most cost-effective accommodation option for language learners coming to London.
There is no better way to have a genuine experience of the British culture while practicing your English at the same time!
Host Family Benefits
By staying with your host family you get access to all this:
• 7 nights accomodation (from Sat to Sat or Sun to Sun)
• Washing machine
• Shared bathroom
• Common rooms
• Limited access to the kitchen
Our homestays are well-connected to our classrooms and can be reached by underground, train and bus.
London is one of the largest cities in Europe and is divided into six public transport zones. Depending on your preferences and budget you can choose which zone you want to stay in.
Central London, the closest to the city centre and all the main attractions. A great choice for students who want to be at the heart of the bustle and don’t mind paying a bit more for their accommodation.
What to see: The Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace and much more. It’s where the main action takes place!
The ring around the City where you can be in the centre in a fairly short time. The perfect option for those who still want to feel very much part of the buzz of London while saving up a tad on their accommodation.
What to see: Abbey Road and Camden Town if you want to stay on the hip side, Notting Hill and Portobello Market for a romantic atmosphere.
Farther away from the centre, this zone offers the best of both worlds: it is a little more cheaper than Zone 2 but still reasonably near to the city centre. The ideal solution for those looking for more spacious and affordable host family homes.
What to see: Here you can experience the scents of the Kew Gardens or take a look at the stars at Greenwich.
A more outlying district that provides you with the best of city and country life for a genuine London experience. With fast trains to all London mainline stations, it is the best option for students looking for great value for money and quiet surroundings.
What to see: In this area you have the possibility to visit the Royal Air Force Museum or the Wembley Stadium, one of the most famous sport arenas in the whole world.
You Get to Choose Your Host
Fill in the matching form on your Klazz Campus to help us find you the perfect host family.
We will send you the full description of your host family, if it's alright for you then it's a match!
Now you can get in touch with your host family! Be sure to tell them your arrival details! It’s all so exciting!
Vegetarian, Vegan, Halal and Kosher options are available upon request. Let our Support Team know your preferred food option.
Bed and Breakfast
Daily continental breakfast
Daily continental breakfast
Evening meal with the host family
No meals provided
Access to the kitchen* with storage area
*only available with some host families
HFS London & Klazz
We have teamed up with HFS London who will provide you with your homestay experience. HFS London are one of the very few accommodation providers meeting the standards for registration with the British Council!
HFS London have over 2000 homestay families registered with them and have placed over 10,000 guests in happy homestays! Established in 2007, HFS London is the largest British Council registered homestay provider in London.
Other Accommodation Options
If staying with a host family is not suitable for you, here are some alternative options. Note that you will have to organize these on your own, but we’re happy to assist you if you have any questions.
Airbnb is a popular choice for many students who wish to have their own space in London. With AirBnb you can book a whole apartment for yourself or stay in a more quirky style of house. Explore your options here!
If you want to be in the very heart of the action and want to eat out in London then consider booking a hotel for the duration of your course. Offering complimentary breakfasts and wifi you are spoiled for choice in London's hotels!
London's hostels are a great way to meet new people from all over the world. Unlike hotels, hostels have facilities like kitchens and washing machines so you can be more self-sufficient. Check out London's hostels here!