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We stayed here for 5 nights whilst visiting various museums and galleries. The location is practically perfect being within easy walking distance of Goodge Street, Euston Square and Russell Square giving a wide range of underground lines. The hotel doesn't have a restaurant but there...More
I was pleasantly surprised by this cute little hotel. The lady of the house is so friendly and welcoming. The hotel, room and breakfast area beautifully decorated. They really thought about the details. Very clean. I will definitely come back as this is the first...More
The room was very small with 2ft 6" twin beds with approx 1 ft space between them. (Probably better suited to children or sell with one x 3ft single bed).
No where to dry towels, road noise, very basic coat hook arrangement for clothes, no...More
Room was small, but that's all I wanted. More importantly it was clean, comfortable and quiet. I needed an earl start, so they loaned me an alarm clock. Staying in John Everett Millais' house was something special.
A friend of mine had stayed in this hotel previously and said it was worth a visit. We booked a twin room for two nights either side of a conference we were attending near Euston station. The location is excellent. Ten minute walk from Euston...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and
Thank you very much for your enquiry and your interest in our hotel. Unfortunately due to the listed status of our building a lift is not permitted and there are a lot of stairs which makes it not suitable for guests with... More
Thank you very much for your enquiry and your interest in our hotel. Unfortunately due to the listed status of our building a lift is not permitted and there are a lot of stairs which makes it not suitable for guests with disabilities. We could offer a low floor room once we know the dates of your visit if this is something that will assist. Kind regards. Nicholas
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"There is no lift and rooms at the rear are quieter. Room sizes vary significantly."