St Pancras Hotel

We Brits love our bed and breakfasts. When we go for a short break to another part of the country, we basically want somewhere clean and comfortable to lay our heads before having breakfast and heading out for a hard days sightseeing. Finding a London bed and breakfast can seem like an impossible task as most internet searches will bring up lists of luxury hotels which have more facilities than you use if you stayed a month.

Invariably, hotels get cheaper the further out you get from the city centre and all the attractions, these can mean however that you spend hours on the tube going to and fro and eating into your valuable time in the capital. One of the most overlooked areas for hotels is the area that houses both the mainline station of Kings Cross and also the new Eurostar terminal at St Pancras.

This is a recently redeveloped area that offers cheaper accommodation but is only a short ride on the tube to the hub of activity that is the city centre. Finding a good St Pancras hotel at a reasonable cost is not difficult, and hereĀ  you will also find a London bed and breakfast that ticks all the boxes. The Jesmond Dene hotel offers everything you could want with from a budget hotel and a whole lot more.

Clean and comfortable with free Wi-Fi and a choice of rooms with either ensuite or shared facilities, it’s just what the doctor ordered for a great stay in London, and is only 2 minutes walk from both Kings Cross and St Pancras. With easy access to the West End and all the top tourist attractions, more and more people are realising that this area is a great place to make as your base for your break in London.

There are many websites online that offer packages for short breaks in London that included a ticket for a top show, but it works out a lot cheaper if you book everything separately, and by booking your train tickets as far in advance as you can you will save yourself a lot of money getting to London, meaning you have a lot more spending money to treat yourself while in the capital.

Many compare the price of a break in London with a break on the continent, and choose the latter but they are missing out on so much by going overseas as opposed to discovering what we have to offer in our own country.