One of London’s most historic neighbourhoods, today Clerkenwell has earned itself a reputation as the city’s go-to gastronomic destination. Nestled amongst the medieval city gates sit Michelin starred restaurants, historic pubs and epicurean cafes. It’s the neighbourhood where East London meets West London, so, pick a direction and you’ll come across Old Street or Broadway Market, The Barbican or St Pauls, The Thames or Somerset House.
We are surrounded by history and culture. Here are some of our favourite nearby spots:
St John’s Gate Museum
Explore the historical roots of the Clerkenwell within a beautiful 16th Century gatehouse.
Roam the 32 Market stalls on the hidden precinct of Clerkenwell, a partially pedestrianised area whereby everything is accessible, from food & drinks stalls, to clothes & hairdressers.
St Bartholomew the Great
Immerse yourself in the mediaeval architecture of this beautiful building which was founded in 1123 as an Augustinian property.
Museum of London
This museum, which was rebuilt in the 60s and 70s to re-develop a bomb-damaged area, documents everything about London from prehistoric to modern times.
Indulge in London’s creative scene with the ultimate performing arts experience.