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September to June: 8:00 to 16:00
July and August: 16:00 to 20:00
Tel (0034) 677593444

When you fly we are on call 24 hrs

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Welcome to LLL!

English home stay with a difference!
Stay with a qualified English Teacher and family, learn English everyday and go on cultural visits!
Total immersion, learning English in England!

Our Teachers in Great Britain


Some of our students

Our qualified English teachers

Tracy S

Tracy lives by the sea on the south coast of England in the beautiful town of Bournemouth. She has travelled a lot and has studied languages so she understands the difficulties students face.

Tracy’s lessons are fun, multi-sensory and tailored to the interests of the students. If you are interested in Harry Potter, then Tracy can make specific classes. Other activities are football, dance and for adults literary, cultural, culinary and job specific language.

Tracy’s house has large bedrooms with wash basins in them. The garden is lovely to sit in when the sun shines.It takes about half an hour to walk to the town centre and beach. At the end of her road is a golf course which is open to anyone to play, and on the other side there is the football ground and big park including skate board area.

Being by the sea means that there is always something to do and somewhere to go. Other activities include surfing, trampoline and swimming. In the summer holidays we have live bands, fish and chips and fire-works on the beach. There are many cafes, restaurants and pubs along with cinema, ten pin bowling, laser quest and a local museum along with shows and our own Symphony orchestra.


Lorraine lives in Northern Ireland with her husband Carlton and three daughters: Harriet is 10, Charlotte is 13 and Robyn is 14. Lorraine and her family have been hosting international visitors since 2012. As well as being a fully trained English teacher, Lorraine has also had additional training in Child Protection, First Aid and Food Hygiene.

The children of the family are very musical, and you may end up with an evening of traditional music if you like the wonderful blend of British and Irish culture. The village of Bleary is in walking distance, and the beautiful Bally Dougan Pottery and gift shop/café will be a great place to walk to on a summer’s day. Students can expect to visit the City and the very special Tollymore Forest which is a favourite for International filmmakers.

The family do lots of activities including rollerblading, skateboarding, basketball and badminton. One trip could be to have a picnic or barbeque in Lurgan Park, and the possibility of the Lazy River in Lisburn or camping and mountain biking in the forest. After all this grab your swimming costume and get in the family hot tub! Two twin bedrooms are available that share their own bathroom in a private part of the house.


Ruth and her daughter Elizabeth live in Northolt, West London. They are both qualified, experienced English teachers. Elizabeth loves animals and currently works for an animal rescue charity. They are both also British Museum Guides and regularly conduct guided tours for tourists around the exhibits.

Their home is near a large park and animal sanctuary which offers plenty of activities and space for children to run and play safely. Central London Museums and attractions are only 20-minutes ride on the London Underground.

They regularly go bowling, swimming, to the cinema and both love cooking, baking cakes and making homemade natural soap which they sell at the local market once a month. At home, they have 2 cats and a hedgehog.

Tracy R

Tracy lives in Birstwith village, part of the famous Victorian town of Harrogate. She lives with her husband, Ian, children Scarlett (6) and Felix (4), and a very old cat called Spider! They live in a pretty English cottage with three bedrooms. Guests have a lovely bedroom, with a wash basin, facing the small wood at the back of the house. You’ll wake up to the sound of birds and may catch a glimpse of the squirrels and woodpeckers.

Birstwith is a very safe, beautiful, rural village. There are many countryside and riverside walks from their home. Activities include: climbing, exploring, cycling, scootering, visiting historical houses, castles and gardens. Tracy and her family love being outdoors and being busy. The children do taekwondo, gymnastics, swimming – and that’s just on Saturdays! The family also enjoy more leisurely pursuits such as going to the cinema, museums, theatre, shopping, restaurants and barbeques.

Tracy has been teaching English to students for almost 20 years. She has specialised in teaching junior summer school programmes and exam classes. She has years of experience taking European students to all the many attractions around Harrogate,she can match your English lessons to the places you visit, making a truly memorable language learning experience. What’s more, you’ll receive a personalised portfolio with all your work (and memories) to take home with you.


Nick lives with his wife Edurne in Darwin in the North of England in a semi-detached house. Their pretty back garden is great for studying, relaxing in the hammock next to the pond and barbecuing. They don’t have any pets. Their house is only about a mile and a half from the centre of town.

Darwin is known as a pretty market town surrounded by the West Pennine moors. Manchester is 45 minutes away by train. From their house you can go on a country walk combined with lunch at a country pub, which is about 45 minutes each way. There are many activities nearby, including golf, tennis, swimming, ice skating, theatre, cycling, sailing, canal walks, decent shopping and 3 superb Victorian parks. Unfortunately, the football team is rubbish!

Students will find Nick a good conversationalist, inventive with classroom activities and with a sound knowledge of grammar. He says that he knows how to create a lesson linking a variety of activities.


Sue lives in the North of England with her two sons - Michael (22yrs old) who is a teaching assistant at a local primary school and Ben (18yrs old) who is studying engineering at the University of Liverpool. Sue lives in a 4 bedroom detached house in a quiet cul-de-sac very close to the centre of Liverpool.

There is a huge amount to do and see in Liverpool from tourist attractions such as Museums and Art Galleries including the Beatles Story, Tate Gallery, Maritime History Museum etc. There are two famous football teams – Liverpool and Everton - and nearby Manchester United and Manchester City. There are many opportunities to visit nearby historic cities e.g. Chester and the beautiful surrounding coast and countryside. In addition, there are numerous shopping centres, theatres and restaurants to visit.

Sue has over 25years’ experience in Primary Education as a teacher and Headteacher. She has been teaching TEFL homestay students since 2013 and her philosophy is ensuring that learning is personalised to the individual through practical activities of interest.

Her interests include days out with the family, films and theatre, eating out and family barbecues. The boys also enjoy sport and music.


Rob and Elaine really look forward to meeting you and helping you enjoy the glorious south west of England. Of course, you will have your own room looking over the sea, your own television and your own bathroom. Rob has a Law Degree but more importantly Rob and Elaine are fully qualified English language teachers, and both have the Cambridge CELTA, which is the most prestigious professional qualification in English language teaching. Rob went to International House in Barcelona and Elaine went to the highly thought of BEAT language school in Bournemouth. Not only will you have a really good time in this the home of pirates and Agatha Christie, but we're sure you'll enjoy the superb meals, typical of the region.

They specialise in one-to-one teaching so that everyone improves their English and are fully capable and successful in passing academic examinations, which are so vital for your future career. Over the years they have taught would-be professionals of all ages and nationalities. Rob had a long career in senior positions in local government before becoming a teacher, and Elaine worked for several merchant banks before finally working for the national health service and then becoming a teacher.

If you want to enjoy your time in England with many happy memories and be successful in your professional examinations, come and stay with them. They look forward to meeting you.


Carol lives with her youngest son Hassan (22) who works with computers. She worked in the fashion industry as a designer for 30 years. In 1999 she started teaching, in subjects such as art and textiles, drama and dance, and English. She has taught many different levels and ages and is a very flexible and dynamic teacher. Carol's experience in business means she would be an excellent choice for General English and Business English courses. Carol has worked with foreign students since 1998 both hosting and teaching.

They live in a modern house with 3 bedrooms. They live in a town in Scotland 40 minutes drive from Glasgow and 1 hour and a half hours from Edinburgh. Their town has a lot of good shopping, museums, art galleries and the beach is nearby. This town is the birth place of Robert Burns, the Scottish Poet, and two miles away from the home of Scottish Golf, at Royal Troon. As a coastal town, you could also sail on a nice day to the island of Arran.

Carol has two cats and a dog. Her spare time is usually taken up drawing or painting, walking the dog,  photography, swimming, reading, going to the cinema or theatre when possible, and eating out. There are lots of sports venues for swimming or playing tennis, football or cycling. Also there are a variety of reasonably priced restaurants in the area, such as Chinese, Italian, French and Indian.

In class Carol tries to be firm but fair. She allows her students to make the most of their visit by preparing the course to the students individual needs as much as possible by allowing them as much oral or written work as they require. She has a very tolerant and patient nature, enabling the student to reach their full potential.


Pete lives in Cambridge with his Wife Nicky and two daughters; Lauren and Madeleine. Pete and Nicky have been hosting students in Cambridge since 2003. Pete has a degree in Secondary Education and has completed educational research at Cambridge University. He has been teaching Physical Education, English as an Additional language and the Humanities (History, Geography and Religion) since 2002. Pete has taught in Australia, Canada and the UK and is experienced teaching the International Baccalaureate. Nicky has a degree in French Business and is a fluent French speaker with intermediate Spanish.

Pete lives in Willingham, a country village on the outskirts of Cambridge. They have easy access to Cambridge and are less than 1hours train ride from central London. The family are very active and enjoy the outdoors. Depending on the weather and seasons, students can expect; picnics, bike rides, bbqs, punting (Along the river Cam in boats similar to Venice), bowling, cinema, hiking, climbing, water sports, swimming, water parks, go karting, ice hockey matches, skating and much more. There will also be visits to London and Cambridge.

Pete has two double guest rooms available so can host up to four students.


Leigh lives with his partner Tash, and her son Harry who is 17 years old in a lovely village in East Sussex in the south of England called Ditchling. They have 2 cats, and 2 Labrador dogs who are very friendly and love walks! It is a quiet, typical old English village, and is a lovely place to come and stay, and a great environment for learning, as it is very peaceful.

Leigh has been teaching English for 10 years, and now focuses on homestay tuition, as they have a lovely home for guests to stay. He is also a musician and plays bass guitar and guitar, and performs regularly with different bands. He has travelled, and worked in many countries, and understands the difficulties students may have when they come away from home.

Activities that are available are visting Brighton, which is a 10 minute car ride away, to go bowling, the cinema, the beach, shopping, the Pavillion palace and museums, the pier, swimming pools and the beach. Brighton is always very lively, and there’s lots to do and see there. They have a lovely big garden, and when the weather is good, you can study at a table in the garden.