Garth Hotel is a Grade II listed 18th-century Georgian townhouse situated in Bloomsbury and just a 3-minute walk from Goodge Street Tube station and a short stroll to The British Museum, Oxford Street and Covent Garden. It was the birthplace of the potter and novelist William De Morgan in 1839. Rooms are centrally heated and comfortably furnished and have tea and coffee making facilities and a colour TV, and most are en suite. A full English breakfast is also provided. The pretty hotel garden is available for guests to relax in. The hotel boasts free Wi-Fi internet access and there is also 24-hour access to the hotel. Guests are welcome to relax in the picturesque hotel garden.