Excellent transport links
Several green open spaces nearby
One of London’s most fashionable neighbourhoods
The Tower Hotel
Tanner and Co.
Comptoir Gourmand Bermondsey
Flour and Grape
Earned Fine Art Gallery
The Tower of London
Fashion and Textile Museum
Famous for its tanneries and leatherworking, Bermondsey Street has a rich history that dates back to medieval London.
In the twentieth century, the street was designated a conservation area and its warehouses were transformed first into antique shops, then into high-end restaurants, offices and galleries.
A well-loved destination for food, drink and culture, where historic pubs and markets meet London’s newest foodies.
Culinary highlights include Borough Market, the Bermondsey Beer Mile and Maltby Street Market. The street is also home to vibrant arts and culture, including the Fashion and Textile Museum and White Cube.
A central London location, moments from the River and easily accessible by public transport.
Less than five minutes’ walk to London Bridge Station, one of the capitals most well-connected travel hubs. Moments from the River Thames, and a short walk to the cultural cornerstones of the Southbank.