Guests are enjoying our latest food offering in Fulham Broadway. This time in the historic Ticket Hall of Fulham Broadway tube station. Edwardian architecture meets modern culinary extravaganza! Open from 7am till midnight, seven days a week. Delicious!
We've been experiencing real cold weather here in London. The snow fell long enough to dust our front steps and iron railings with magic! Before arriving, we recommend the YR weather APP to our guests. Its algorithms are a secret in Norway apparantly.
Our own Palace in Fulham, formerly the summer residence of the Bishops of London, comes to life during the Advent and Christmas season. Enjoy a concert, take a guided tour or simply enjoy a lovely coffee and indulgent home made cake after a frosty afternoon walk around Putney Bridge, the boat houses and the glorious arboretum of the Fulham Palace grounds. Enjoy a carol concert, take an historic walk with a guide, or enjoy the permanent exhibition. Various wreath-making classes available in December as well. More here
London is full of great music. Enjoy an evening with the London Symphony Orchestra at The Barbican (City of London). Fresh from his many years in Berlin, Sir Simon Rattle is doing more than just conducting another symphony. He is igniting new forces in all directions for the finest symphonic music ever. Order tickets for an evening during your stay with us at our luxe London B&B!
Big, Bold, Audacious; this is the strong art of American Jasper Johns. Lots to observe and learn here about flags, targets, numbers and other icons used by Johns in his large canvases inspired by the American landscape of the 1960s to this day. See https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibition/jasper-johns
Wonderful art and cafes to unwind: The Royal Academy of Arts on Piccadily is a must for seasoned globe trotters
A quick six minute walk towards Parsons Green lands you at Herald and Heart, milliners for all things hats. What a find. Guests are amazed and so are we; support our local entepreneur on 703 Fulham Road.
It's a quick 3 stops for Victoria to the leafy suburb of Dulwich, where London's first public picture gallery opened long ago. Until next month you can take in a fabulous exhibit of watercolours by John Singer Sargent. "Delicious," in the words of the co-curator, Richard Ormond, who is the great nephew of Sargent and an art historian in his own right. Have lunch at Rocca before or afterwards. The village atmosphere of Dulwich will remind you of Chatham, Cape Cod.