Roof Top dinner or drink in the winter?

Yup, you may be freezing your perverbial googlies (if you have them!) but there’s always a place for the intrepid, the courageous or just curious.

So where would one head to in central London?

Well some of the ones that would be open in the more T-shirt weather are, alas, now closed.

Option 1: The Roof Gardens

Flamingos, fruit trees, fish in a stream, all on a rooftop! Seven floors up from the Kensington High Street shops find a hidden oasis that has not one, but three incredible roof gardens. Visit for free or admire while sipping a delicious cocktail on the terrace of the Babylon restaurant. Open year-round

Option 2: Siberian Nights Winter Terrace at The Churchill Bar & Terrace

Venture into Siberia this winter at The Churchill Bar & Terrrace as you enjoy light bites and creative cocktails featuring Siberian Beluga Vodka. Cosy up in the fur-lined seats, grab a hot water bottle and blanket, and soak up the seasonal atmosphere on the heated terrace. 9 Nov-Mar

Option 3: Winter Ski Terrace at The Courthouse Hotel

If you’re not heading to the slopes this winter, try the next best thing at The Courthouse Hotel’s Winter Ski Terrace. The rooftop space above Carnaby Street is this year run in conjunction with Grey Goose Vodka, so expect plenty of seasonal vodka-based cocktails alongside warming dishes and après-ski-themed decor. 15 Nov-Feb



New Exhibition at British Museum

One of the best things to do whilst visiting London is to visit the world famous British Museum. We shall be writing regularly about events.

Located close to Tottenham Court Road or Holborn Tube stations and a short walk from Oxford Street, you can walk in for a free viewing, if only for 30 minutes.

There are also special Exhibitions which require purchase of a ticket.

From 9 March 2017 to 18 June 2017 the museum will host The American Dream – pop to present, taking in the changing thrust of of life and events from the rise of the post-War Super Power, JFK assassination, the lunar landings, the Vietnam War and through to the challenges of recent decades including the impact of Race and Aids.

Alas we don’t think Mr Trump will have made it to…although if his visit to the UK does take place, he can be sure to at least be happy in the knowledge that his swanky dude image is present in wax at Madame Tussaud’s!

For more information click here.

All our properties are within easy reach to the British Museum and our staff will be happy to advise you on how to reach it.

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