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St. Athans Hotel
20-24 Tavistock Place
Bloomsbury
London

WC1H 9RE | View map

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The St.Athans Hotel is a family run, simple and clean bed & breakfast hotel in the heart of London, within walking distance of the British Museum, the University of London, the New British Library and just a short bus ride away from Madame Tussaud’s and the West End with it’s many shops, Theatreland and famous night spots.

The hotel is situated in the elegant Bloomsbury area, once home to Dickens and Virginia Woolf comprising Grade II listed Georgian town-houses, almost 200 years old. This lends the hotel it’s special character, full of interesting original features, with each room decorated differently, making the stay feel more personal than at a uniform looking modern hotel. The hotel has been with the same family since 1964 and is run by Lucia Geyer together with her three sons, Hans, Stefan, Karl, and daughter Maria-Lisa. We aim to offer a friendly service at great value for money, providing a clean & comfortable home from home; somewhere you can relax and feel welcome, and of course indulge in one of the “best breakfasts in town”, where you can always ask for more.

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