At the Bedford Hotel London, peace and quiet is the highest priority. That may sound like an impossible task, with the elegant bustle of Bloomsbury on every side, Covent Garden and the West End just a short walk away, and the British Museum at your doorstep, but at the Bedford you control the volume. With many of the rooms overlooking a picturesque private garden, the hotel is small and intimate, offering a warm welcome with a personal touch however there is no air-conditioning. It’s also a great place to relax with company, with a charming guest lounge and laid back café occupying the ground floor. Meanwhile, the Bedford Garden restaurant serves home-made British specialties, with a modern twist, overlooking the secret garden. Find a little corner of traditional English tranquility, here, in a bustling, international city.
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Standard Rooms are situated in the main building offering excellent city view. Each room includes all modern facilities such as a trouser press, coffee maker, en-suite bath or shower, satellite TV channels, radio, and direct dial telephone.
The Bedford Garden Restaurant overlooks the stylish secret garden at the heart of the hotel. Designed by Wendy Walduck, the current directors’ grandmother (we told you we’re a family business) it’s a tranquil and delightful place. Leave the bustle of Bloomsbury behind with seats on the terrace in spring and summer. Fresh, modern interpretations of traditional British cooking are accompanied by a lively wine list. Dine on a Venison Cottage Pie, perhaps, or a Beetroot Tart made with English brie from Somerset.