Across London the countdown to Christmas has begun. With a chill in the air, nights drawing in, mince pies and decorations already in the shops, it’s not long before the shop windows are decorated and the Christmas lights are switched on. Traditional Christmas Markets return to the capital with food, drink and unique gifts on offer and The Beaufort is ideally located with many within an hour’s walk of the hotel. Continue reading “Fun Christmas Markets near The Beaufort” »
As the nights start to draw in, autumn brings London to life with colour in preparation for the seasonal festivities yet to come. A walk from the Beaufort’s central location in London can quickly take you from the bustling streets and department stores to the royal parks, museums and coffee shops in which to escape the changeable weather and warm up. Read on for some of the best walks around Central London in autumn.
With spring upon us, one of the biggest dates for you diary has to be the prestigious gardening event, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show returning to The Royal Hospital Chelsea from 19th-23rd May 2015. Tickets for the Chelsea Flower Show must be booked in advance and with 157,000 people visiting each year they do sell out fast. Make sure you book early to avoid disappointment.
Best of all, The Beaufort is only a 20 minute walk or a short taxi ride away from The Royal Hospital so you can return to the hotel for your complimentary Cream Tea but hurry as we expect to be fully booked very soon. Continue reading “RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015” »
Cream Tea has become a tradition throughout the UK and may possibly even date back to the 11th century. Rather than merely celebrate Afternoon Tea week (usually in August each year), The Beaufort offers a complimentary Cream Tea to every guest during each and every day of their stay.
To allow more people to sample this tradition, the hotel is running a Twitter competition every month to win complimentary Cream Tea for two at the boutique hotel with no obligation to stay. To find out how to enter, keep reading…