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Garth Hotel
69 Gower Street
Bloomsbury
London

WC1E 6HJ | View map

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The Garth is a privately owned hotel in the heart of London. The hotel is very central, within a short stroll of Oxford Street, Covent Garden, The British Museum, Soho, Theatreland, London University etc.

The Garth Hotel provides a full English breakfast or a traditional Japanese breakfast to help you start the day. The hotel has a friendly, peaceful atmosphere with clean, comfortable rooms.

We are within a few minutes walk of seven bus routes and the following underground stations: Euston Square (Metropolitan and Circle line); Goodge Street (Northern Line); Tottenham Court Road (Central Line); Russell Square (Piccadilly Line - Heathrow direct).

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Nearest Train Station: Goodge Street (tube); Euston/Kings Cross (BR)
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Number of Rooms: 17
Number Ensuite: 11
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Facilities

Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Garden

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