6 cute spots in Covent Garden

16 March, 2016
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The super cute Covent Garden Hotel!

6 CUTE SPOTS IN COVENT GARDEN. If you visit Covent Garden for the first time you can easily become a bit overwhelmed by all the people, street artists, cafes and restaurants, there is so much of everything, you don’t really know where to begin or where to go. There are so many hidden gems in this area and I will give you 6 spots that you just can’t miss if you are in Covent Garden. I love these 6 places and hopefully you will enjoy them too!

 

6 CUTE SPOTS IN COVENT GARDEN. Om man besöker Covent Garden för första gången så kan man lätt bli överrumplad över alla människor, gatuartister, caféer, restauranger, det finns väldigt mycket av allt i denna del av London. Det kan vara svårt att veta hur man ska navigera sig bland allt detta för att hitta de gömda diamanterna som faktiskt ligger och väntar på en om man gör sin research. Här nedan kommer en lista med 6 tips på platser, restauranger, caféer, gallerier i Covent Garden som jag älskar och förhoppningsvis kommer även ni tycka om dom.

 

– Somerset House – This place is such a stunning architectural building hidden away in the buzz of Covent Garden. Walk inside of Somerset House and you will immediately find a peace of calm and it feels like you travel back in time at least a 100 years. During the winter season they have a ice skating rink set up here which is a marvellous sight and a must do.

Location: Somerset House, Strand, London

 

26 Grains at Neal’s Yard – Neal’s Yard is a beautifully hidden little mini square in the middle of Covent Garden filled with colourful buildings. A super cute café called 26 Grains is located here and I love coming here for breakfast. They are specialised in grains such as making savoury porridges, bircher musli & smoothie bowls.

Location: 2 Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden, London

 

Monmouth Coffee – Located on the very cozy street of Monmouth Street in Covent Garden you can find this very popular little coffee shop totally worth a visit.

Location: 27 Monmouth Street, London

 

Spring – Going out for dinner in Covent Garden you should make reservations at Spring located in Somerset House. The interior design is beautiful and the menu is filled with fresh dishes and ingredients.

Location: Somerset House, New Wing, London

 

Covent Garden Hotel – This little charming boutique hotel in Covent Garden is located on Monmouth Street as well. Their quirky interiors makes it very cozy to come here to enjoy a afternoon tea while in the area.

Location: 10 Monmouth Street, London

 

The Courtauld Gallery – If you want to enjoy some culture in Covent Garden there is a lot to explore, one of the most beautiful galleries is The Courtauld Gallery located in Somerset House. A gallery that is definitely worth a visit.

Location: Somerset House, Strand, London

 

Beautiful Somerset House!

Neal’s Yard is such a hidden gem!

The outdoor seating of the Covent Garden Hotel!

More views of the stunning Somerset House!

Neal’s Yard is filled with bright colors!

Piccadilly Circus on a sunny day!

26 Grains can be found in the yellow building!

Piccadilly Circus is a classic place to visit while in Covent Garden! Be sure to come here on a more calm period of the day to avoid the big crowds!

This is where they have the ice skating rink during the winter season!

Such a dreamy building!

The gorgeous buildings of Regent Street!

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  • Reply Clara 17 March, 2016 at 15:12

    Åhh vilka bra tips! Tack tack!

    • Reply AFashionistasGuide 18 March, 2016 at 19:01

      Hej Clara! Kul att du gillade tipsen! Kram!

  • Reply Nadja 17 March, 2016 at 18:55

    Tack för tipsen! :-)

    • Reply AFashionistasGuide 18 March, 2016 at 19:01

      Det var det lilla! Kram!

  • Reply Amanda 17 March, 2016 at 21:02

    Vilka fina bilder, åker till London nästa vecka så detta kom lägligt! Tack för en inspirerande blogg!

    • Reply AFashionistasGuide 18 March, 2016 at 19:02

      Hej Amanda! Tack finaste du, kul att du gillar bilderna! Ha det så underbart i London, det är verkligen en underbar stad! Kram!

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