The Hyde Park Estate, just to the north of the well known reserve is the perfect location to stay while visiting London. Here you will find abounding of hotels and bed and breakfasts, and also and there is a great assortment of taverns and bistros. You are not ever far from a bus halt or a tube position to get you round the city, and Paddington station is close by where you can take the train to Heathrow, Windsor, bathing tub and other large sightseeing hubs round the West of England. Of course Hyde Park itself is a great draw, featuring the Italian Gardens, the Serpentine lagoon and some sculptures and memorials.
The Hyde Park is an affluent locality featuring rows of period city houses, most of which have been transformed into apartments or London bed and breakfasts or hotels. Most of such hotels in Hyde Park are large Victorian or Georgian houses which have been altered to provide holiday stay and are run as businesses.
In between the tidy Georgian terraces are some Mews, initially constructed as lines of horse stables with living quarters for servant’s overhead them. These assisted the wealthy families who dwelled in the houses. Today the Mews have been altered into trendy mews houses and the horse stables are now used as car ports for cars, but the cobbled roads premier from the roads give the locality a 19th years charm.
The Hyde Park land is furthermore home to some boutiques, art galleries and bijoux cafe
s which make up Connaught city. Well known inhabitants include the ex-Prime Minister, Tony Blair, who lives in Connaught Square. Another ex-Prime Minister who utilised to reside in the area was Sir Winston Churchill. His previous house in Sussex Square is assessed by an English Heritage azure plaque. Close by on Sussex location you will find the Victoria Pub which he utilised to frequent.