We take pride in fostering a warm and friendly atmosphere at The Garth Hotel. An area known for its association with influential authors such as Virginia Woolf and E. M. Forster, collectively known as "The Bloomsbury Set." The hotel occupies a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse, built around 1800, which holds historical significance. Notably, it was also the birthplace of the renowned potter William De Morgan in 1839.
Located in the heart of the sophisticated Bloomsbury neighborhood, the Garth Hotel offers a convenient location with various attractions within close proximity. The renowned British Museum is just a short walk away, and popular destinations like Oxford Street and Covent Garden, known for shopping, as well as Soho, famous for Chinese cuisine, and Theatreland, are easily accessible on foot. Additionally, Trafalgar Square, the National Art Gallery, and Regent's Park with its London Zoo are also nearby. Famous landmarks including the London Eye, St. Paul's Cathedral, Tower Bridge, and Buckingham Palace can be conveniently reached either by public transport or through a pleasant stroll.
Within the vicinity, visitors can explore numerous museums and art galleries, while a short bus ride away lie Sotheby's and Christie's, renowned auction houses. For those interested in antiques and fine art, Portobello Road and Camden Passage are in close proximity, while Camden Market attracts a trendy and youthful crowd during the weekends.
Check in: 14:00 (2:00pm) - 22:30 (10:30pm) (no arrivals allowed outside this window)
Check out: Before 12:00 (12:00pm)