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Directions - The Garth Hotel, London
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There are many museums and art galleries nearby and within a short bus ride are Sotheby's and Christies, the famous auctioneers. Also nearby are Portobello Road and Camden Passage for those interested in antiques and fine art, and Camden market, a trendy and popular place for the young at the weekend.
The hotel itself, is a small, privately owned hotel in Bloomsbury, the district of Central London famous as the home of 'The Bloomsbury Set', a group of authors that included Virginia Wolf and E. M. Forster. Built around 1800, the building is a Grade II listed Georgian town house of historical interest. It was the birthplace in 1839 of William De Morgan, the famous potter.
We pride ourselves on the warm and friendly atmosphere at The Garth, and have established a reputation for our hospitality, which has brought back the same guests year after year. The rooms and public areas are decorated with numerous paintings, photographs and prints to create an art gallery effect.
The 18 bedrooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities and a hairdryer. Included in the price is full English breakfast and a choice of breakfast cereals and preserves.
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Euston Station - Road: WALKING. Exit Euston station and walk to the busy main Euston Road. Cross Euston Road and bear to your right. Walk a short distance until you reach Euston Square Underground station then turn left into Gower Street. Follow the traffic flow and walk for 5 minutes. The Garth Hotel is past the ‘Waterstones’ bookshop but on the other side of the road at number 69 Gower Street. Total time around 10 minutes.
You can walk from Kings Cross or St Pancras stations to Euston station in around 5 minutes.
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