Edward Lear, the Victorian artist and poet, was gay. So it's only fitting that this B&B in his former home should be gay-friendly. It's an appealing place: flamboyant floral displays grace the exterior; the interior is bright and cheery, if a little old-fashioned; and the pretty breakfast room makes the most of the Edward Lear connection with poems on the placemats. Rooms are furnished in traditional style and are neither flashy nor luxurious (only four are en suite), but they are comfortable and well proportioned, and the front rooms are gloriously sunny.
|Venue name:||Edward Lear||Contact:|
30 Seymour Street
|Transport:||Tube: Marble Arch tube|
|Price:||Rate £117 double|