Trinity Green 300 years ago. Please note that it used to be surrounded by fields, not city! Yes, this is where you are staying!
Charm & history on Trinity Green
Charm & history on Trinity Green

Private room

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

Private room

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

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About this listing

Trinity Green was built in 1695, and your charming wood-panelled room is filled with an enormous four-poster bed. Whitechapel is brilliantly connected to public transport and the rest of the city, and cool East London is on your door step!

The space

I live in the Governor’s house on Trinity Green, which is a group of historic houses and a chapel built around a private garden in Whitechapel. It's construction was overseen by Sir Christopher Wren (the designer of St. Paul’s Cathedral) and is classified as a Grade I listed building: the highest conservation rating the UK.

You'll be staying in a king-sized four poster bed in the main bedroom, which has the original wood panelling from 1695. The room's not huge (they weren't built that way in the 17th century), but is incredibly charming and more than big enough for a week or so. It also has a massive full-size mirror: my friends call it the Jacobean love chamber and it is decadent to an extreme!

You’ll be staying with me and my French Bulldog ‘Buddy’. He’s a super chilled dog and won’t hassle you, but he will take all the tickles and attention that you want to throw at him! French Bulldogs are known as one of the friendliest and gentlest dog breeds there are.

Guest access

You will have access to the whole house, including the kitchen if you want to do some cooking. I would just ask that you buy your own food, although feel free to use the herbs and spices!

I provide a simple but tasty serve-yourself breakfast (selection of teas, cereals, bread, jams, yoghurt and juice).

The house also has a good internet connection.

Interaction with guests

I live here and work from home, so you'll certainly get to see me, although I'm often out in the evenings. I'll be more than happy to recommend a few local places for you to visit and eat at! My room is on a different floor to yours, so you'll feel that you have privacy too.

Other things to note

Sorry, but I only accept reservations from people who fill out their profile and have verified IDs. This is my home, and this is the only security that I get, otherwise I am just letting a stranger with nothing more than an internet connection in...

The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check Out: 12PM (noon)
Pet Owner: Dog(s)
Room type: Private room


Extra people: $13 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $11
Weekly Discount: 8%
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House Rules
No parties or events
May not be safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)

I like to create the feeling of a cosy B&B and encourage you to treat the place more like your cool aunt and uncle’s house than a hotel. The house is built over three levels and you’re encouraged to use the kitchen and living room as though it were your own home. I ask people to come with a relaxed and tolerant attitude. I really don’t mind if you want to chill at home and read a book or go out partying all night, all I ask is that you are as tolerant with me as I will be with you: as long as we’re enjoying ourselves!

I will lay out breakfast for you on your first morning, and then after that you can just help yourself knowing what is available. So, treat the house like you Aunt and Uncle's: help yourself, but please tidy up after yourself too.

There's no smoking in the house, but you can smoke on the steps or in the garden.

The room will be available from 3pm on the day you arrive and I ask you to vacate the room by 12 on the day you leave. However, you can come by earlier or leave later and just store your bags here in the meantime.

Also, please note that it's NOT ok to bring back guests to the house to stay overnight. This is my home, so please don't bring strangers back to it. You wouldn't do this at your aunt and uncle's, right?



Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.

Safety features
Carbon monoxide detector
Smoke detector

2 nights minimum stay

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.

193 Reviews

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Mirko User Profile
May 2017
Wonderful house, Jason is a wonderful and friendly person !!! Buddy is so crazy and sweet !!

Ruyi User Profile
May 2017
Awesome.Jason and Buddy were really friendly.

Jaume User Profile
April 2017
It has been our second time staying at Trinity Green and, as the last time, it has been a pleasure! Jason and Buddy are the perfect hosts! Love that house and that garden, a little oasis in the city. Hope to see you again soon! Moltes gràcies Jason i Buddy!

Jivan User Profile
April 2017
Very comfortable stay and as perfect as in the descriptions.

Fouad User Profile
April 2017
I had a great stay at Jason's place. Jason and Buddy are really unique hosts, very friendly and welcoming. The house is simply beautiful, central, clean and exactly as described. The bedroom was functional and very comfortable. Jason was so kind by leaving breakfast in the morning and I was allowed to help my self for coffee and tea, etc. I also had with him exciting conversations (thanks to Karl Popper!) and enjoyed his Art work in the house. I highly recommend it.

Robbie User Profile
April 2017
I had a great stay at Jason's house. An oasis of calm Whitechapel. Jason was very friendly and welcoming. The house is really lovely and the bedroom comfy and cosy.

Penny User Profile
April 2017
Jason's home provided us with a cosy retreat from London's business. Although he wasn't able to be there he made sure we were met and made very welcome. The four poster bed required some agility but was very comfortable. The architecture and decor give it plenty of character. A lovely place to stay.

London, United Kingdom · Joined in November 2011
Jason User ProfileJason is a superhost.

I'm an artist and reputational risk analyst living in London. I also study philosophy for fun... I love dancing, I love music and I truly love food, whether eating it, cooking it or buying it. I would rather jump off a building than choose between cheese and chocolate.

I am English but only moved back to London a couple of years ago after having lived in Barcelona for 10 years, and in Sydney for 3 years before that. I love travelling and seeing how people live and think in different parts of the world. I would say that my head belongs in England but my soul belongs somewhere far more hot-blooded!

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