The Georgian House is a charming hotel located in the centre of London. Built in 1851, it is still run by the original family. This independent hotel offers a high standard of central London bed and breakfast accommodation, with an emphasis on comfort and warm service at a cheap and affordable price.
The accommodation is provided in two buildings, with the main reception in St George’s Drive. There is a second small and pretty building, The Bower House in Cambridge Street adjacent, where the first class rooms are luxuriously furnished. The rooms are beautifully decorated in keeping with tradition, yet offer the warmth and comfort expected by the modern traveller.
We do not neglect the breakfast aspect of your bed and breakfast accommodation. Your traditional English breakfast is cooked to order from top quality ingredients, including free range eggs from our country farm (season permitting), and sausages from the suppliers of our Royal family.
The hotel was built in 1851 by William Chinnery Mitchell, who was one of three master builders including Cubitt, to design the layout of Pimlico. William Chinnery Mitchell was responsible for the design of the North ends of Alderney Street, Cambridge Street and St George's Drive. He had several architectural signatures including the lovely 10 panelled doors in Cambridge Street and the string course, a three dimensional bobbly frieze. The hotel was originally built as family houses, three in a row, and they would have been inhabited by wealthy traders and proffessionals.
The hotel is centrally located close to Victoria Station and an easy walk from Buckingham Palace and the King's Road. Excellent transport links give easy access to the whole of London.
Parliament Square and the Houses of Parliament are within walking distance as are Hyde Park and Oxford Street.