Milestones Floating Home, London

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Taggs Island

Milestones is a newly built floating home, moored on the outside of Taggs Island, facing Bushy Park. Resident friendly cat, small elderly dog as well as warm and welcoming hosts.

Hampton Court train station and a good choice of restaurants and pubs are around 15 minutes walk away.

Kingston Upon Thames is a short bus ride away, with more to offer.

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The neighbourhood

Taggs Island is one of the Thames’ most sought after island locations, boasting some of the most luxurious floating homes in the UK and has road access.

Bushy Park is just over the road.


£60 per night, single occupancy.

£80 per night, double occupancy.

Check-in 12md
Check-out. 10am

Non-refundable deposit of 50% payable through PayPal.


Self contained double room with en-suite.

Own front door.

King sized bed.

Wardrobe and storage space.

Tea and coffee making facilities provided.

Cooler fridge.

Free wi-fi.

USB ports.

TV with integrated DVD player.

Selection of DVDs available.

No pets.

No smoking inside.

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One Reply to “Milestones Floating Home, London”

  1. I spent a week at Milestones and would happily have spent another. The room has a separate entrance and includes a fantastically comfortable king-sized bed, a fridge, a tea and coffee maker, and a convenient storage closet.

    Of course, the most remarkable feature is that the whole accommodation is floating on the water, though the movements are very gentle and usually undetectable. Most of your neighbors will be geese who may greet you (sometimes bringing the entire family) when you step out in the morning and your room key has a flotation device attached in case of butter-fingers.

    If you are in the area to visit family, or to visit Hampton Court Palace, or to re-enact passages from Three Men in a Boat, stay at Milestones and make the Thames your home while you are there.

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