28 Harrison Street
The Harrison is a bustling and authentic London Pub on a quiet street a few minutes from Kings Cross and St Pancras Stations. It is renowned for the very high quality of its food its friendly atmosphere and its tiny (but world class) basement folk music/comedy venue. The Harrison has four simple but tasteful ensuite hotel rooms.
**PLEASE NOTE check-in deadline is strictly 11pm. Check in after 11pm is by prior arrangement only and there a £10 fee with an additional £10 per hour after midnight**
The Harrison is an independently owned freehouse set in a quiet leafy residential street just south of the bustle of Kings Cross. It has been lovingly restored in keeping with the building?s Art Deco flair to create a light and airy modern bar. Locally renowned for its food The Harrison serves high quality modern English cuisine at a reasonable price.
The Harrison has four stylishly refurbished en-suite hotel rooms for the business or leisure traveller. Kings Cross has undergone a massive rejuvenation in the past 10 years and now features an increasing number of attractions and cultural establishments. The new British Library (5 min walk) has on display some of the world's most famous written and printed items such as the Magna Carta (1215) Shakespeare's First Folio & original Beatles lyrics.
Near The Harrison the Foundling Museum (5 min walk) tells the story of London's first home for abandoned babies. Also the Charles Dickens House Museum is a few minutes walk away through the beautiful historic Mecklenburgh Square. The cutting-edge Gagosian Modern Art Gallery (5 min walk) regularly features free exhibitions such as Giacometti Damien Hurst or Jeff Koons.
The area also features a number of restaurants bars music venues clubs and theatres. To the north you can walk along the canal to Camden Town or up Pentonville hill to the Angel Islington. To the south lies the attractive Bloomsbury district famous for its literary history leafy squares and book shops.
There is also the world famous British Museum (10 min walk) which houses a huge collection of cultural treasures from around the world including Egyptian mummies and the Elgin Marbles. Past the museum lies Tottenham Court Road (20 min walk) Soho and the West End Theatres PLEASE NOTE- Our bar/restaurant is closed on all bank holidays
Desk with lamp
Tea and coffee making facilities
Wireless internet connection
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Internet connection (wireless)
The Harrison has a light and airy bar/dinning area seating up to 40 on the ground floor. We have an excellent reputation for serving high quality affordable fresh food in a 'Modern English' style. Breakfast can be either served in the bar or the hotel room at no extra cost. We happily cater for vegetarians. Bank Holiday Closure: The pub is closed all bank holidays (30th March 2nd April 7th & 28th May and 27th August 2018) and over the Christmas period. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Breakfast (Full cooked)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
London Canal Museum - 0.3 miles (Museum)
British Library - 0.3 miles (Museum)
Foundling Museum - 0.3 miles (Museum)
Charles Dickens Museum - 0.5 miles (Museum)
Bank of England Museum - 0.5 miles (Museum)
St Pancras Old Church - 0.6 miles (Historic Church)
Clerk's Well - 0.7 miles (Historic Building)
Grant Museum of Zoology - 0.8 miles (Museum)
British Museum - 0.8 miles (Museum)
Sir John Soane's Museum - 0.9 miles (Museum)
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