Garth Hotel

2 star rating 69 Gower Street

Bloosmbury London WC1E 6HJ

Thoughtful and intimate lodgings with a lovely artistic bent. Covenient for the British Museum and Goodge Street Tube Station.

If you like history and all the smoky antiquity of 17th Century London, then you’ll love this handsome little curio on Gower Street. Just a few hundred metres from Regent Square Gardens and Goodge Street Tube Station this Grade II Listed townhouse dates back to the days when portly George III was on the throne and William Pitt the Younger was imposing his precocious wit on Parliament.

Oddly enough, the hotel was the birthplace of William De Morgan the famous potter and novelist. The hotel is festooned with lavish period detail and there are scores of antique prints throughout.

  • Privately owned Georgian townhouse.
  • Gallery of photographs, prints and lithographs in hallway adds a sound, artistic bent.
  • Charming Mediterranean garden and terrace provides a peaceful retreat in Spring and Summer.
  • 17 cosy, traditional bedrooms with large bay windows. Ground floor rooms and family rooms available.
  • Homely intimate atmosphere.
  • Russell Square and Birbeck University is to the rear of the property.
  • British Museum just a minute’s walk down Gower Street.

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  • Tel. +44 (0) 2076365761

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