As spring approaches in Central London, the longer days are welcomed with the hope of better weather and the chance to get outdoors.
The Beaufort is just a short walk from several royal parks and gardens where you can see the bare trees spring back to life and the flowers start to burst from the ground. Here we take a look at 3 walks you could take from The Beaufort. Read on to the bottom for a special 15% discount on your stay this spring…
A 30 minute walk through Chelsea and over the Albert Bridge will take you to Battersea Park. With views overlooking the Thames and back to Chelsea there is plenty of opportunity for walking, sport on the all-weather pitches and recumbent bike hire from Easter until August. For families there are the children’s and adventure playgrounds and when it’s time to rest, take a walk to the Peace Pagoda before heading back to the hotel.
The 40 minute walk to Holland Park will take you past the Royal Albert Hall and through Kensington. The 54 acre park has an abundance of wildlife including squirrels and peacocks, woodland and gardens. The lovely Kyoto Garden built in 1991 brings a little bit of Japanese peace and tranquillity to London.
Regent’s Park is a 46 minute walk from The Beaufort passing through Hyde Park. At dawn you will be greeted with the chorus of birdsong with 100 different species of wild bird. Boat and pedalo hire is available from April to October and the chance to catch a film at the Open Air Theatre from May to September.
Whether the weather is reminding us summer is just around the corner or feeling more like it’s heading back into winter, the Beaufort offers the chance to put your feet up after a long walk and enjoy our complimentary cream tea.
Stay at The Beaufort and save 15%
Book a minimum 3 night stay with us this spring and not only will you enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, cream tea, drinks and WiFi each day of your stay, you will also save 15%.
To reserve our Spring Special, click here and book a stay on our website.
Feature photo (at top): @AboutLondon Laura Porter.