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This historic building is close to Kings Cross Station and the Eurostar Terminal but tucked away just north of Russell Square, on the edge of Bloomsbury overlooking gated gardens and tennis courts. No lift is installed and all bedrooms are accessible via the stairs. If booking Friday or Saturday a minimum of 2 nights is required. Approved by the AA and the London and English Tourist Boards with a 3-Star grading.
A Grade II listed Georgian town-house (built c.1809-1811). These town-houses were once the homes of the wealthy but many are now converted to hotels and the George Hotel was formed as a result of the uniting of 3 of these buildings.
Cartwright Gardens was originally named Burton Crescent but was renamed to honour an early resident, John Cartwright (1740-1824 and resident 1820-24), a political reformer and military officer. He came to be called the "father of reform" for his advocacy of universal manhood suffrage, parliamentary and army reform, and the abolition of slavery.
A full English Breakfast is available with a choice of various cereals, choice of fruit juices, tea and coffee, toast, choice of jams, marmalade and honey, eggs (fried, scrambled, poached or boiled), grilled bacon, sausages, tomatoes and baked beans. Breakfast is served Monday-Friday 7.30am-9.00am and Saturday & Sunday 8.00am-9.30am.
The gardens to the front of the hotel are private but as a guest at the hotel you will have access.
Computer with free internet access is available for guests to use during the reception hours. Tennis courts are available for a nominal sum and racquets and tennis balls can be provided.
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18th century buildings
Free broadband access (wired)
Cooked breakfast (included)
Pub (walking distance)
Museums (walking distance)
Tennis courts (walking distance)
Recommended restaurants (walking distance)
Theatre (walking distance)
Check In: 1.30pm Check Out: 10.30am
Directions: From Heathrow Airport by tube (Russell Square station on the Piccadilly line). Within walking distance from the Kings Cross St. Pancras International Terminal for the Eurostar train link to the Continent.
Nearest Tube: Russell Square, Euston, King's Cross St Pancras & Warren Street. Nearest Railway: Euston, London St Pancras, King's Cross Thameslink & Euston (London).