Camden: What’s new?

Camden: What’s new?

June 2021

Camden, we’ve missed you! After what’s been a very difficult and surreal time, we are overjoyed to (fully) reopen the doors to our Bayham Place and Bayham Street residences. So go ahead and book that much needed summer city break now—we can’t wait to welcome you back. We understand things are ever changing at the moment, so you’ll be pleased to know we still offer a full refund, as long as you cancel 7 nights in advance.

New haunts and happenings

It’s no secret that lockdown has taken its toll on a lot of independent businesses, sadly some of our favourite spots included. But, thanks to Camden’s ever-evolving spirit, this has paved the way for some exciting new openings that we know you’ll enjoy during your next stay. Here are a few of our favourite recent openings...

Image c/o @camdentownbrewery

Beer fans rejoice—the brewery responsible for Camden Hells, one of London’s best-loved lagers, has just opened a gigantic beer hall. Located within swinging distance of their brewery beneath the arches of Wilkin Street Mews, Camden Beer Hall is rumoured to be one of the largest in London. Patrons are invited to take a tour of the brewery before enjoying a pint (or two) of one of their 24 different brews. If all that beer works up an appetite, order from the Italian-come-Bavarian-inspired menu.

Image c/o @norilineuk

If you’ve ever wandered through Camden Lock Market before, you’ll know the best strategy is to follow your nose. Next time you visit, we highly recommend following your nose all the way to Nori Line, for a brand new taste sensation. It all begins with a long crispy Nori shell. Then, choose from a selection of vibrant and unexpected fillings, from decadent beef tartare and truffle caviar to an aubergine and avocado-stuffed vegan option, featuring buckwheat popcorn. Inventive and positively moreish, we highly recommend a visit.

Image c/o @thefarriercamden

Camden’s regeneration continues, with the opening of Camden Market’s inaugural pub. The Farrier, situated in the former Horse Hospital building, is a rustic neighbourhood pub and restaurant specialising in natural wines and experimental—but not over complicated—British fare. Think Sunday roasts you can carve yourself at the table and crusty game pie. We highly recommend booking for a leisurely Sunday lunch.

Image by Mirabilis

A short Easterly stroll along Regent’s Canal will bring you to the recently opened Coal Drops Yard. The dining and shopping hub offers an array of fashion and lifestyle boutiques, from A.P.C. to the ever-popular FaceGym, and casual eateries. If you’re visiting on the weekend, don’t leave without a quick perusal of the nearby Canopy Market for delicious local produce and artisan wares. We love Held for its artful arc-shaped beeswax candles.

Image c/o @cissywears

No trip is complete without a few carefully chosen gifts and souvenirs. And nearby family lifestyle store, Cissy Wears, may be just the place to find one or two special somethings. From idyllic cotton gingham dresses and credibly designed children's wear pieces to coveted Marjolein Delhaas stationery, we challenge you to leave empty-handed.

Book a 3 night stay via our website to receive 15% off

If that’s not enough to entice you, we’re also offering 15% off 3 night stays at either our Bayham Place or Bayham Street residence. So you can enjoy all that Camden has to offer, for that little bit longer. Simply book directly via our website and enter code DISC15 at the checkout to redeem. The offer is redeemable on stays booked up until 30th September 2021.

A word on cleanliness

A quick scan of our guest reviews will tell you that when it comes to cleanliness, our standards are second to none. Post COVID-19, we’ve taken those standards even further, to make sure you can enjoy a safe and comfortable stay with us, from our socially distanced check-in to the sanitising spray you’ll find in your welcome tote.