Travelling to London for an extended work stay can be daunting. Our team at Doctor in the House believe that one of the best things you can do to feel comfortable in “The Big Smoke” is to choose the great accommodation. We’ve put together a list of tips to help you begin your search for accommodation in London.
Think of London as a cluster of small towns joined together, making one big city. First things first, London is big, very big and has a population more than 9 million. Coming to terms with the gargantuan nature of London can be tricky, however, we’ve found that breaking the city down into smaller parts can be very helpful. After all Greater London has 32 boroughs, and in those boroughs there can be numerous small town centres with their own tube or train stations, high streets and even cultures...
Our Hosts sit at the very heart of Doctor in the House! We’ve been working with our Hosts for over 30 years, some have been with us for as long as 15 years, which is why we like to think of our Hosts as a family and why joining our family is so important to us.
We don’t advertise for our Hosts, they generally find us through word of mouth which keeps things personal and the way we like it. Once we’ve agreed to take on a new Host, our bookers develop a close personal relationship which is what makes us so very special. This blog helps to illustrate our Host recruitment process and possibly explains why our Hosts are so very wonderful....
Doctor in the House and our wonderful Hosts have been accommodating visiting Doctors and professionals in Homestay accommodations for over 35 years, so it’s safe to say we know a thing or two about what a homestay is, how they work, and why they are such a brilliant alternative to hotel or hostel accommodations!
Researchers, academics, scientists and medical professionals.
At Doctor in the House we host all numbers of Clinicians, Researchers, and Professionals from all over the world as well as the UK. We thought it might be interesting to illustrate a sample of the working relationships we have developed over the years, shining a light on some of the excellent work our Guests are involved with.
Doctor in the House has been working hard for the past 35 years, providing accommodation to doctors, clinicians and medical professionals from all over the globe. These Guests come to the U.K to learn, to teach or to collaborate with teams here whilst staying in the homes of our fabulous and ever growing family of Hosts, and we now reach an unprecedented time, not just in Doctor in the House’s history but also the wider world.
Which transport pass should I use to get around London?" This is one of the most common questions our Hosts at Doctor in the House get from guests coming to London on a business or professional visit. Both the Travelcard and Visitor Oyster card have their advantages, depending on your length of stay, transport zones, and how often you'll need to travel. To help you choose the right pass, we've put together a quick check-list for both options.
Travelcards allow you to make as many journeys as you like on TFL services – bus, Tube, tram, London Overground, TFL Rail and National Rail services in London.
A Visitor Oyster Card is a smart card that provides a quick and easy way to pay for journeys on bus, Tube, tram, London Overground, TFL Rail and most National Rail services in London...