The epitome of old London
This striking corner building dates back to 1676 when it was The Grecian Coffee House. it is tucked in between various barristers chambers and public gardens and is a couple minutes walk from the River Thames and just behind Fleet Street, famous for being the home of the capital’s newspaper industry.
The imposing Royal Courts of Justice are around the corner and the nearest underground stations are Temple and Blackfriars although Covent Garden and the City are within easy walking distance.
Above a gastropub set to open in Spring 2019, the three upper levels offer seven generously sizes private en-suite chambers with access to a shared tea point for hot drinks.