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Battersea - (Visiting service only)


Situated within the borough of Wandsworth, just south of the River Thames, this well-liked and largely residential area has undergone rapid change. As recently as the 1970s, it was staunchly working class (as demonstrated in the kitchen-sink drama, 'Up The Junction') but has since become gentrified, revitalised and very popular with the upper-middle. Since it's still fairly central and just across the water from Chelsea, there's no shortage of…

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This starry, attractive Zone 2 village has been popular with the upper echelon of the showbiz crowd since the 1990s. As such, gay massage in Belsize Park is absolutely top-notch. But before you succumb to such temptations, it's worth taking a good look around and soaking up the beauty of this pretty district. Stroll to Primrose Hill for amazing views of the city. When you're there, it comes as no surprise that the area has, over the years, attracted people like Kate Moss, Jude Law, Sadie Frost,…

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People from all over the world enjoy living here and among them is a number of talented, sensual and good-looking men who are well-versed in the tantric disciplines. You’ll find out just how good they are when you try an appointment with one of them, especially if you arrange it via Tantric Soul. 

 

You’re unlikely to have a hard time getting here. There are two stations - Bermondsey (Jubilee Line) and South Bermondsey (South London line), and plenty of cabs…

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Centuries of fascinating history unfold before you when you're in this village-like section of Tower Hamlets. You're barely three miles from central London and yet here the city takes on an entirely different character, thanks to an ethnic mix that includes people of Bangladeshi, Somalian and Caribbean descent. Go a little further back in time and you'll discover that this area was also a haunt of that dreaded, bloodthirsty villain, Jack the Ripper. Today, mercifully, it's a kinder, more welcoming…

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This famous East London district barely needs an introduction. It may be an area that falls within Tube Zone 2, but it's not even five miles from the centre. It's name has shortened over the years, having begun as 'Stratford-atte-Bow' in the medieval era. It's had its ups and downs over the centuries and decades, but in recent times has benefitted from considerable regeneration, some of which was the result of its proximity to the 2012 London Olympic Park (just…

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Here's an area that's certainly gone through some changes while also managing to hold on to its special qualities. It's in South London, with Clapham and Stockwell both nearby, and since at least the mid-19th century, it's had a multi-ethnic complexion, with a particularly prominent African/Caribbean flavour. It's a fun, freewheeling part of the capital where there's always an energetic vibe to jump on and plenty of atmospheres in which to revel. On top of that,…

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This long road, which lends its name to the area surrounding it, is the best part of two miles long. Strolling its impressive length is a must for any visitor - you can take in a variety of urban flavours and ambiences as you glide past shops and restaurants, enjoying its gritty yet refined character. And talking of all things refined, gay massage in Caledonian Road is nothing to be sniffed at. In fact, the men who linger in this district are among the finest…

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The borough of camden was formed in the era of 1965, the borough name came to be from Camden town. It is known that there are many English heritage plaques, which is a result of the many diverse people who have resided here. 

This location is situated in north London and borders Holborn and Bloomsbury in the south and Hampstead heath, reaching further in the north. If you are in the local area why not experience a gay massage. We have a fine catalogue of the most…

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This is one of the lesser-explored of the village enclaves that exist within the City of London (the name given to the city's financial district). It's part of the Borough of Islington and a considerable chunk of its property is residential, so you get the sense you're in real London as opposed to places like Leicester Square and Covent Garden which today, alas, are more like Disney London. Here, the residents are understandably proud of their area's literary and artistic heritage. George Orwell…

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Just north of Camden Town is another vibrant little district with a funky vibe that's all its own. Nestled by Primrose Hill and Haverstock, it's worth visiting for its beguiling mix of cool shops, happening bars, top-quality restaurants and fabulous markets. It's a place of hidden gems, loved by the acting and showbiz fraternities, with that North London je-ne-sais-quoi that you just can't find anywhere else. If you add to that world-class gay massage, Chalk Farm simply comes out top every time.…

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Clapham Common (Visiting service only)


This part of London also lends its name to the beautiful green space that lies at its centre - an awe-inspiring, 89-hectare urban park, triangular in shape. A delight during any season, it's a haven of tranquility for stressed-out Londoners in need of respite and refuge. The surrounding area is popular with young professionals, gay men about town, and families. Like neighbouring Battersea, it has been significantly revived and revamped in recent…

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Named after the Docklads Light Railway station that whizzes people to and from it, this area is part of the Cubitt Town section of Greater London, sandwiched between the South Quay and Mudchute stations. It's on the easterly part of the Isle of Dogs district in Tower Hamlets and is home to a busy, bustling community of city-dwellers. You'll be able to get a taste of real London here because it's a little off the main tourists tracks. But, despite that, it's certainly got…

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This largely residential area may, on first glance, not have much in the way of attractions for visitors and out-of-towners, let alone business travellers. However, it's in the sprawling Borough of Camden and, as such, is hardly a sleepy outskirt of the capital. It can be regarded, as is the case with so many places in Zone 2, as being on the edge of central London. It was named after the Earl of Dartmouth and it rises up on a slope between Kentish Town and…

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Formed by parts of several boroughs (Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Lewisham, Newham and Greenwich), this area was once the Port of London but its new name was gradually adopted from 1971 onwards (much to the chagrin of the old residents and communities who saw their lives changed by the pace of regeneration). The redevelopment really gathered momentum in the 1980s, with the creation of Canary Wharf perhaps the most emblematic aspect of the whole process. This shiny,…

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Today, a visit to this part of the capital is like a trip back in time to a quaint village where everything from houses with manicured lawns and swimming pools as well as forests and wilderness can be found. If you want a mix of the two, then head to Dulwich Park (founded in 1890) where you can play tennis and then replenish yourself with coffee. 

 

 

A variety of railway stations (no Tube, alas) will get you here. There's an easy journey from Victoria to West…

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Get here via the Bakerloo or Northern lines of the Underground or via a huge array of bus routes. It couldn’t be easier. If you’re looking for fun activities, then there’s the fascinating Cinema Museum which takes you back through celluloid history, the world-famous Borough Market where the food is colourful and plentiful and East Street Market, which dates back to 1880 and brings you clothes, music, African/Caribbean food and fresh produce. You’re highly unlikely to run…

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Fulham is located in the London borough of Hammersmith and fulham. Close to the river Thames, twined with Gibraltar. The area has witnessed many transformations in recent years, and is highly developed with house prices among the highest in London. For football fans, Chelsea and Fulham professional football teams are closeby, on match days, the area swells with fans, eager to get to the match whilst stopping of at one of the areas many elegant restaurants for a drink or bite to eat. 

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When you're ready to explore a little more, you'll find shops, restaurants, convenience stores and more at your fingertips. The Tube station is on the Hammersmith & City line, making it easy to be in King's Cross or Liverpool Street in just a handful of minutes. Or you could hie yourself down to Westfield - London's first mega-mall - and shop till you drop. While the area has no shortage of charm, you're also within easy reach of places of interest like Chiswick House, if you feel the need…

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You may be somewhat off the tried-and-true tourist trail when you're in this enclave of West London, but the fact is that there's certainly plenty to do, some of it of considerable artistic merit. The well-respected Lyric Theatre has a year-round schedule of first-rate plays and performances. Then there's the Eventim Apollo (it used to go by the more appealing name of the Hammersmith Odeon, back in the day when David Bowie performed his astonishing, historic,…

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In the London Borough of Islington lies this charming village and its population of slightly over 25,000. Getting here should be no trouble because you're in reach of a considerable array of stations - Arsenal, Holloway Road, Finsbury Park and Highbury & Islington on the Tube or Canonbury and Drayton Park on the overland railway. Your journey completed, what should you do on arrival? Well, there are several options. There's Arsenal Stadium, if you're a football…

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One of the prettiest, old-school-luxurious areas of London is sandwiched between Notting Hill and Shepherd's Bush. Beautiful residential architecture lines the main drag where you'll also find the area's Tube station (on the Central Line) and plenty of upmarket, independent shops, including one of the capital's finest butchers. There's the ambience of an upmarket village, given a liberal coating of urban pixie dust. Then there's the famous park, more landscaped…

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Time was, this area was overlooked and people concerned themselves with places like the West End instead. All that has changed in recent years and it's now one of the most arty, trend-conscious, achingly hip parts of the capital, and there are few signs of that changing any time soon. Pretty much any time you hear about a novelty cafe opening its doors (there are toast-only establishments and breakfast cereal-only diners), it's happening here. The area lies north…

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Located south of the River thames, is the small village of Kennington, in the London borough of Lambeth. Dating back to medieval times, it contains the paris of St. Mary, Lambeth. Kennington is a highly developed area and runs close to central London, so is favoured by young professionals working in the city. Serviced by the northern line train, it offers services directly to bank for easy access to the Financial district. The Oval cricket grounds are situated in close proximity, and…

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This area of north London is close to Camden Town and therefore still has direct, on-foot access to central London. It's popular with a young, music-loving and trend-conscious crowd and has a variety of restaurants and nightspots for old and young alike to enjoy. You'll find yourself in a somewhat liberal and forward-thinking ambience when you spend time here and the feeling of freedom may well make you feel like getting gay massage in Kentish Town. The good news…

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If you follow Edgware Road in a northerly direction until it becomes Maida Vale, keep going and you'll eventually be right here. It's part of north-west London that takes you off the tourist trail and into a place where both Londoners and incomers happily reside. Once known for its thriving Irish community, in recent years it has also become popular with people from Eastern Europe and South/Central America, too. What is it that they like so much about this place?…

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Gritty and indisputably cool, Ladbroke Grove is where central London gets real. When you're out on the pavement in this area, you feel you're getting an authentic taste of street life - and in a big way. It's just got that hard-to-pinpoint feeling where urban cred meets creative inspiration and big ideas flourish. You'll find musicians, artists, trend-setters and hustlers wherever you go. It's like a bit of London as if imagined by Lou Reed. And when it comes to gay…

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There's a lot to take in when you're exploring this sizeable borough which, although south of the river, is conveniently central; so much so that you've got a formidable amount of things to do and see. There's the Southbank, part of the Waterloo area, where you can find high quality entertainment in a number of different arts; theatre, film, music, dance and more. There are few arts centres in the country that can rival this one. And that's before you glance across…

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The great thing about this place is that, as part of Zone 2, it’s still relatively central, with a variety of transport routes for visitors and residents to zip into the West End, Notting Hill or Chelsea. It’s largely residential, which is why it’s not at the top of any tourist’s to-do list, but that certainly doesn’t mean it’s not worth a visit. And if you’re here for a while, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to gay massage. Latimer Road…

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While it may not be first on any tourist's list of must-visit locations, there's a lot to be said for this area. It's a multi-ethnic slice of real London and it has plenty of merit as a place both to live and to visit. Its borough was formed in 1965 when a number of areas that had once belonged to counties outside the capital were gathered into it in one fell swoop. While you're here, you could do a lot worse than to sample gay massage in Lewisham. Just because it's not…

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It's impossible not to fall in a big way for the beauty and romance of this gorgeous part of West London. Whether you're here for gay massage in Maida Vale or you're visiting a restaurant or enjoying a calming, weekend walk, there's no resisting the sheer charm and character of the area. Part of it is undeniably down to the allure of Little Venice, a kind of area-within-an-area. As you'd expect from the name, it's situated around a canal, in this case the Regent's…

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Bit by bit, the area became smarter and regeneration occurred. By the 1980s, it was pure yuppie heaven and a new kind of incomer began characterising the area - people who'd grown up in the Home Counties started living here in greater number and there were fewer and fewer Londoners to be found. What can always be found, however, is gay massage. Parsons Green is central enough to ensure that first-rate therapists are abundant.

 

It's an easy enough place to reach, with its District…

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This area's reputation precedes it and that's thanks to the starry cast of characters who've at some time or another made it home. For a while, the scene was spearheaded by the fast-living, hard-partying A-listers, including Kate Moss and Noel Gallagher. Other fixtures included Sadie Frost and Jude Law. Actors, models, girls-about-town and socialites all enjoyed its upscale village feel, its proximity to the centre of the city and the fact that Regent's Park is right on the doorstep. With a crowd…

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Lovely riverside walks, a bustling high street, and great views of the annual Oxford/Cambridge Boat Race are just a few of this area's many treasures. It's gone from being a rather humdrum part of the city back in the 1970s to an upscale, pretty and cheerful place to live. It's part of the London Borough of Wandsworth and is popular with happy families and sophisticated singles. A trip here generally brightens the mood and enhances the soul, in large part because of the area's proximity…

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Any and every Londoner knows that this place is also home to a football club of the same name, although today they're actually situated in Shepherd's Bush. While you're here, you're on the boundary of two boroughs - Brent and Westminster. The park itself was named in honour of Queen Victoria and opened in 1887. It offers 30 acres of greenery and has recently been awarded the status of a Green Flag Park thanks to its environmental awareness and level of service to the public. Two festivals take…

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Get here via either Stamford Brook or Ravenscourt Park tube stations, both of which are on the District Line - not one of the city's most reliable lines, but reasonably fit for purpose. When the pace and frenzy of the city get to you (especially likely if you've lived here for some time), then the park is a life-giving bolt-hole, ideal for recharging those drained emotional batteries. It's part of a conservation area, full of graceful plane and cedar trees. You'll find tennis courts and bowling,…

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If you're spending time here, you could drop in at the West London Buddhist Centre, particularly if you've been developing an interest in mindfulness, meditation, awareness and spirituality. You'll find a programme of events here that can help you develop a relationship with your inner self and a better one with the world at large. Most likely, though, is that you'll want to head to Westbourne Grove where wonderful boutiques compete with cheap and cheerful cafes and more expensive, luxurious…

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If you're looking for gay massage in Shepherd's Bush, you'll be delighted by not only the quality, but also the variety of what's on offer. You'll also find that there's no shortage of things to do before or after. Westfield has everything, so you can have your Mac mended while you go to the multiscreen cinema and then have something delicious to eat afterwards.

If malls are not your thing (and let's face it, they're overwhelming palaces…

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The district is served by its own railway station (on the London Overground line) and several tube stations are within easy reach, including Swiss Cottage and Finchley Road, affording you access to the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. If you’re here for entertainment, then you can catch a show at the much-loved Hampstead Theatre. What was a tiny performing space in the 1970s is now an impressive theatrical venue to rival those found in the West End. Of course, you've also got the famous…

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Situated in the borough of Lambeth, this is an enclave that once suffered from considerable poverty and depravation. Not so today. The area got its name from what, in the days of old, was actually a local well. The first part ('stoc') derives from an antiquated word meaning 'tree'. This place was once pure countryside. You wouldn't know that today, looking at its array of housing, amenities, shops and restaurants. While it's unlikely ever to be a premier shopping thoroughfare, it has its fair…

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The provenance of its name is thought to go back to an inn, The Swiss Tavern, constructed in the early 1800s but on closer inspection, this turns out to be partly myth. In fact, it was a farmhouse in the style of a Swiss Cottage that existed in the 19th Century when the area was rural. However, the idea of the tavern caught the public imagination and consequently there is now a pub that loosely resembles a Swiss chalet in the middle of the area (an earlier version was demolished in the 1960s).…

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Spread over three postcodes (N7, N19 and NW5, since you asked), this area of North London also falls within two boroughs; the London Borough of Islington and the London Borough of Camden. Until the 20th century, it was decidedly rural and was named after landowner William Tufnell. It was in the late 1800s that development work began to change its character and by the end of the century it had a reputation as a combination of shabby, informal and genteel. Today, it's…

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Here, you're in a charming, easygoing neighbourhood, sandwiched between Earl's Court and Fulham, with readily available connections to all the fun parts of the capital. But why go anywhere else when you can enjoy first class gay massage in West Kensington? With the help of a well-established agency like Tantric Soul, you have access to the gorgeous array of international men who live in this up-and-coming part of Hammersmith and Fulham Borough. With its W14 postcode, this residential area has…

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Connecting Royal Oak at one end with Notting Hill and Ladbroke Grove at the other, here you'll find everything you need for a fun and memorable day. This part of West London is home to Westbourne Grove, a fabulous shopping strip that travels the breadth of extremities from cheap and cheerful outlets to gloriously upscale boutiques. There are beauty palaces like Space NK, an international array of restaurants, home and DIY stores, flower stands and organic supermarkets. It's a great place to spend…

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Just over three miles from the very centre of the capital, here's an area that's steeped in history, not all of it very genteel. In fact, in the late 1880s, it was a vice-ridden, down-at-heel district where the dastardly, vicious and never-captured Jack the Ripper plied his wicked trade, murdering women and violating their bodies in a variety of hideous, blood-hungry ways. The identity of this rather nasty piece of work has remained a worldwide mystery ever since and a lot of different theories…

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But what of the surrounding area? Well, it's slap-bang beside Westfield, the first Westfield - an aircraft-hangar sized shopping mega-mall with everything anyone could possibly need housed within. It makes for a fun afternoon provided you don't have an aversion to materialism. If you do, then why not opt for an alternative activity, perhaps gay massage? Wood Lane is where some of the world's finest practitioners reside and they're ready to take you to heaven and back, leaving your body in a far…