Cheap Hotels in Faringdon
The Red Lion Hotel
Mollies Motel Hotel
White Horse Inn Hotel
The White Horse is one of Britain's oldest inns and has tasty food, good rooms and a traditional pub. It is ideal for walks on White Horse Hill and The Ridgeway. The pub is located in the heart of the Vale of Whitehorse. It has a thatched roof, oak beams, log fires and warm welcome. Wi-Fi is available in public areas and some rooms. The White Horse is 11 miles from Swindon and 5 miles from Faringdon. The M4 is nearby and there is plenty of parking.
The Eagle Tavern Hotel
The Trout at Tadpole Bridge Hotel
Buscot Manor Hotel
Hotels in Faringdon
Farringdon is a historic area of central London, now situated mostly within the borough of Islington. Given its location at the centre of one of the world's most exciting and incredible cities, a Farringdon hotel is as good a base as any from which to explore all that London has to offer. However, if you are thinking of staying local, there are plenty of great things to do in and around the area.
Due to Farringdon being situated near the centre of the City of London, it has been an important commercial hub for centuries. Evidence of this is found in the presence of two important markets in the area. Smithfield Market is the oldest and largest meat market in the UK. A walk around Smithfield, which is open from Monday to Friday from 02:00 is a truly unforgetSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION and archaic experience, as hundreds of butchers and buyers barter furiously over their produce.
If you are a vegetarian, or prefer your meat cooked and filleted, just up the road from Smithfield is Exmouth Market. Although not technically a market, just the name of a street, Exmouth Market is full of wonderful stalls selling everything from bowler hats to banoffee pie. There are also some excellent shops, boutiques and restaurants lining the road.
Those after the aforementioned succulent meat must pay a visit to the Quality Chop House on the Farringdon Road. The dining room has been serving up the finest cuts since 1869 and is housed within an exceptional listed building. Next door is the Food Shop & Butcher, if you're looking for a delicious souvenir of your trip.
Dans Le Noir
For an even more unique and unforgetSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION dining experience, look no further than Dans Le Noir. Situated just north of Farringdon station, this restaurant is shrouded in complete darkness and the waiters are all blind. The menu is comprised of various different ‘surprises', from ‘surprise fish' to ‘complete surprise' and the effect is just that, one of complete surprise and amazement at how you adapt to the dark.
After a day of gastronomic and retail delight, the culture vultures among you will be delighted to learn that one of London's most prestigious theatres is just down the road. Sadler's Wells Theatre has been showing the best in British performance art on its stage since 1683. It has a comprehensive programme that includes ballet, contemporary dance, comedy and theatre.
If you love dance but prefer full participation, Farringdon is also home to one of the world's most famous nightclubs. Fabric has been the hottest spot on London's club scene since 1999. The club was voted No. 1 in the world 2007 and 2008 by DJ Magazine, No. 2 in 2009 and 2010, and still continues to top worldwide polls.
One of our Farringdon hotels is, of course, ideal for your exploration of one of the greatest cities in the world. Just down the road from Farringdon is Clerkenwell, with its fabulous cafés and churches. While a short bus ride away in the opposite direction you have Old Street, home to some of the capital's funkiest clubs and bars and the gateway to all that trendy east London has to offer.
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