Apartment - classic modern
5 Doughty Street, Holborn, WC1 N2PLShow on map
"Situated in the West End on one of London's most beautiful streets" Blueprint Living Apartments offers a new experience in Central London short stay accommodation – a range of boutique serviced... Read More »
4 Guilford Street, Bloomsbury, WC1N 1DRShow on map
The Bloomsbury district of London is a curious mix of old and new; the grand buildings of the University of London and University College London intermingle with ultra-modern structures such as the BT Tower,... Read More »
6 Guilford Street, Bloomsbury, WC1N 1DRShow on map
The Guilford House Hotel is a basic 2-star establishment located between Bloomsbury and Clerkenwell in west London. The hotel is housed in an attractive 19th century building and sits just a stone's throw from... Read More »
33-35 Topham Street, Clerkenwell, EC1R 5HHShow on map
“Modern Apartment building based in the heart of Farringdon”The Access Farringdon Apartments is a 10 apartment property that is located in Farringdon, East London. This lies in Zone 1 of the... Read More »
47-48 Hatton Garden, Holborn, EC1N 8EXShow on map
“Access Holborn is a furnished apartment property close to Farringdon”The Access Holborn Apartments is a 10 room, furnished apartment property which is located in Farringdon, East London. This lies... Read More »
4 star modern hotel
1 Kings Cross Road, Kings Cross, WC1X 9HXShow on map
The Holiday Inn Kings Cross Hotel is a 405 room, 4 star hotel which is based in Kings Cross, Central London. This lies in Zone 1 of the Underground system. The closest tube station to the Holiday Inn Kings... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
23 Mecklenburgh Square, Bloomsbury, WC1N 2ADShow on map
The peaceful Bloomsbury district of London is renowned for its literary legacy, as the famed Bloomsbury Group, of which Virginia Woolf was a member, lived and worked here. The area retains the genteel charm of... Read More »
Apartment - 4* contemporary
66 Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, EC1M 5RRShow on map
Blueprint Living offers a range of fabulous apartments in the centre of London's business and financial district; 66 Turnmill Street is a modern building set amongst the sleek offices and ancient monuments of... Read More »
72 - 84 Lambs Conduit Street, Holborn, WC1N 3LTShow on map
Saco London Holborn offers a range of individually designed apartments in Lambs Conduit Street in the heart of London's West End. Saco London has previously won Visit London's 'Small Hotel/B&B of the Year... Read More »
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The Guildhall Library EC2 was originally built between March 1423 and September 1425 on Guildhall Yard, between Aldermanbury and Gresham Street at its southern end, within the financial district of the City of London. The library was rebuilt to the designs of Sir Horace Jones and used as a reference library on the history of London from 1873-1974. The Old Library, as it is now known, is now a Gothic style reception room, while the modern Guildhall Library stands in the west wing of the Guildhall.
The Guildhall Library is home to an enquiry service, which specialises in the history of Britain and London in particular. The Guildhall Library includes the archives of the Diocese of London, the City Wards and Parishes and over 80 of the City Livery Companies. Guildhall Library also holds family and estate records, business and commercial archives including those of the London Stock Exchange, London Chambers of Commerce and many merchant's banks, insurance companies, stock brokers and trading companies. The Guildhall Library houses a vast collection of books, manuscripts, maps and illustrations of London. The Guildhall Library is open between 9.30am-5.00pm Monday to Saturday.
Guildhall Library is close to a number of places of interest within the City of London, such as the famous St. Mary Le Bow church, home of the Bow Bells, situated at 1 Bow Lane. The Museum of London is located 400m north-west of the Guildhall Library at 150 London Wall, where part of the original wall itself can be seen outside the museum. St. Paul's Cathedral, one of the Cityâ€™s most famous landmarks located at St. Paul's Churchyard, can be found 500m south of the Guildhall Library. Tower 42, the largest building in the City and home to the popular restaurant Rhodes Twenty Four by renowned British chef Gary Rhodes, stand at 25 Old Broad Street, 600m east of the Guildhall Library. The restaurant features a bar with delicious range of cocktails and excellent views across London. The menu changes and offers a range of modern dishes including braised oxtail cottage pie, fresh haddock with steamed potatoes and granny smith sorbet. Opening times: Lunch 12.00am-2.30pm Dinner 6.00pm-9.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Guildhall Library benefits from excellent transport links, close to bus, rail and London Underground services. Bank station, 300m south-east of the Guildhall Library, is linked to Monument Station and provides Circle, Central, District, Northern and Waterloo & City lines services. St. Paul's Underground Station, on the Central line, is located 500m south-west of the Guildhall Library.
City of London Corporation
020 7606 3030
City of London
PO Box 270
Website: The Guildhall Library Website