Hotels Westminster Cathedral London
Westminster Cathedral is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church in Britain. It was designed by architect John Francis Bentley in an Early Christian Byzantine style and completed in 1903. Its interior is decorated with a selection of more than 100 different kinds of marble and a variety of mosaics. The tower of the church is accessible via a lift.
There are also a cafe shop and a gift shop on the site.
Tube: Victoria (Victoria Line, District & Circle Line)
Rail : Victoria
Bus : 11, 24, 148, 507, 211
Westminster Cathedral and its facilities are fully accessible.
Hotels All Saints Church London
All Saints is located at the edge of Blackheath Park and was constructed by Benjamin Ferrey. The church features Kentish rag surfaces and a spire at the south-west corner.
All Saints is an active Catholic church and, apart from regular services, offers regular events such as lunchtime concerts, organ recitals and concerts.
Hotels The Kenton London
The Kenton is located in Hackney and is a Norwegian run pub.
Evening entertainment includes Rock and Roll Bingo, quizzes, live music and film nights.
The Kenton serves a selection of pies through the week and Sunday dinners on a Sunday, although no table bookings are taken on a Sunday. There is a large beer garden outside and blankets are offered to keep guests warm. Dogs are welcome and children are allowed in the bar until 7pm (4pm on Sundays)
Monday - Thursday: 16:00 - 23:00
Friday: 16:00 - midnight
Saturday: 12:00 - midnight
Sunday: 12:00 - 23:00
Hotels Kew Gardens London
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (also known as Kew Gardens) consist of 300 acres of gardens and greenhouses along the east bank of the Thames in southwest London. Founded by Princess Augusta (mother of George III) in 1759, the gardens were gifted to the nation by the Royal Family in 1841. Kew Gardens are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and they function as a major scientific institution for the study and classification of plants as well as a major tourist attraction. Features include paths to and by the river, bedding areas with seasonal plantings, the Rhododendrum Dell, 18th-century garden follies designed by Sir William Chambers, the Kew Garden Gallery, and the Palm House for tropical plants. The gardens are accessible by riverboat (about 90 minutes from Westminster Pier) or by Tube (District Line toward Richmond). Check the official Web site for admission fees and public hours.
Hotels Le Caprice London
Located in Arlington Street, Le Caprice is just by The Ritz Hotel, closest Tube station is Green Park, Le Caprice is just a couple of mins walk away.
Originally opened in 1947, but was then closed in 1975, in 1981, Caprice Holdings (The Ivy, Bam-Bou, Scott's, and other high society restaurants) acquired Le Caprice.
Food: Classic Modern European (Anglo - French), there is also a Vegetarian & Vegan section on the menu.
Children are welcome, highchairs are available on request.
Monday - Saturday 12:00 - 15:00
Monday - Saturday 17:30 - 00:00
Sunday 18:00 - 23:00
Bookings can be made via the website after registration.
Hotels Marble Arch London
Marble Arch was designed by John Nash in 1828 based on the triumphal arch of Constantine in Rome. It was originally sited in the Mall as an entrance to Buckingham Palace. It was moved to its present location in 1851, which is on a large traffic island at the junction of Oxford Street, Park Lane and Edgware Road. Surrounded by very heavy traffic there is also a small park beside the Arch.
It is located directly opposite Marble Arch tube station. Made of white Carrara Marble it is said historically that only the Royal Family were allowed to pass through it for ceremonial reasons.