Goldsmiths House Information and Photos
- Type And Size
- Independent Accommodation
- 82 rooms
- Park Village East London Camden NW1 3SX
Goldsmiths House only offers its rooms to females. You can relax here and make the most this Regents Park location with 24 hour reception and no curfew. When you want to mingle with other women you can relax in the TV lounge, or head for the garden where BBQ’s are held during the summer. To let people back home know you’re safe and well you can use the payphones or send emails from the internet kiosk.
You can stay in one of the basic single rooms with washbasin at Goldsmiths House. You will share the showers and toilets on every floor with other females staying here. You will have access to a large kitchen, which is well equipped with all of the crockery and utensils you need. Your bed linen will be supplied so there's no need to bring your own. You can also get WiFi internet access in your room (charges will apply), or use the WiFi in the internet cafe in the ground floor reading room.
Stay at Goldsmiths House and you’ll be on the doorstep of Regents Park which is home to London Zoo. Just north of the zoo is Primrose Hill where you get fantastic views across the capital. Immediately south of the park are popular tourist haunts like Madame Tussauds and the London Planetarium. You can walk to vibrant Camden Town, either to experience its famous markets or its nightlife. The British Library and the John Riblat Gallery (where you’ll find the Magna Carta) are also close by.
Goldsmiths House Facilities
24 Hour Reception / Bath / Central Heating / Colour Television / Concierge / Dvd / Elevator/Lift Access / Fax Machine / Fire Escape / Fridge / Gardens / Ground Floor Access / Hotel Safe / Interior Room Entrance / Internet Terminal / Iron & Board / Kitchenette / Laundry / Microwave / Pay-Phones / Security Chain / Self-Catering Kitchen / Shared bathroom / Shared Kitchen / Shower / Sitting Area / Smoke Detectors / Television Lounge / Toilet / Tourist Information / Wash Basin / Wireless Internet Access / Wireless Internet Access in Rooms
Goldsmiths House only accepts guests of 18 years or older.
This is a Female Only accommodation.
Goldsmiths House can only accept payment by credit or debit card (Except American Express)
- Check in / Check out
Check in from: 11:00
Check out by: 10:30
Guests can also check in late, our reception is open 24 hours.
Customers will need to provide some form of photographic ID upon check-in (e.g. driver’s license, etc.).
TravelStay Prices and Discounts
Book Goldsmiths House from £37.00 per person on TravelStay.com
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- By Tube
To get to Goldsmiths House on the tube you should travel on the Northern line and get off at Mornington Crescent.
- On Foot
From Mornington Crescent Tube Station you should exit left unto Hampstead Road Street then walk straight up to the traffic light on the dual carriage way. Then turn right onto Granby Terrace and take another right onto Park Village East.
You will find Goldsmiths House on your left hand side.
Goldsmiths House ReviewsBased on 217 Hotel Reviews
I enjoyed my stay at Goldsmiths House. It was clean and quiet. The kitchen/dining and garden areas were nice and spacious. There were a number of large insects especially in the bathrooms, window screens might improve things
Reliable London accommodation, just as always. It has been refurbished from the last time I stayed at the House. Congratulations on the improvements. They all do a great job, considering the amount of work. Suggestion, offering rooms with private bathroom to occasional guests
Clean, friendly staff. Very convenient as a base. Garden nice to sit out in. Very enjoyable stay at Goldsmiths House
Goldsmiths House is in a good location, just 5 min walk from Mornington Crescent Station, 15 min walk to Warren St. The rooms are very basic and the walls very thin, so you can hear your neighbours. Showers were clean
Everything was ok when I visited here second time! I would book Gldsmiths House when I visit London again