Southwark station is only a short walk away connecting you to the rest of what London has to offer.


Located in the distinct and diverse neighbourhood of the South Bank this development is surrounded by no end of the cultural highlights of London.

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It's wealth of arts, film and performance centres make this a cultural hub of London, the perfect location for a weekend stroll in the heart of the Capital.

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Arguably one of the best art galleries in the UK is practically on your doorstep here at Neo Bankside. Like the original Tate Modern, the new building is designed by architects Herzog & de Meuron and is a striking combination of raw industrial spaces and refined 21st century architecture above some of the Tate's original spaces.

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Brindisa's showcase tapas restaurants are set as a benchmark for many of the Spanish restaurants across London. Here you’ll find an ideal blend of superb ingredients and refined cooking but be sure to book in advance, the easy going style and fine quality foods make this a very popular dining spot. 


Ryan Chetiyawardana, aka bartender Mr Lyan, is a London cocktail dignitary – he's worked in some of the city’s most pioneering bars and now has his own range of mixed spirits in Selfridges. He opened his first bar in Hoxton in 2013, and hot on its heels is this second one.
Described as an escape to exotic flavours, magnetic conversation and unexpected combinations its definitely worth a visit or 2.


Founded by the pioneering American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, Shakespeare's Globe is a unique international resource dedicated to the exploration of Shakespeare's work. Time to get cultured, just a short walk away its perfect for a different kind of entertainment experience.