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Where to find winter igloos in London

Snuggle up at one of London’s beautiful igloos, which are popping up all over town filled with cutesy festive charm

By Alexandra Sims, Charley Ross and Rosie Hewitson

Sure, everything smells faintly of hand sanitizer and you have to download a new app every time you step foot inside anywhere, but London is still a magical place to be in winter. The twinkly lights, the ice skating opportunities, the chance to pick up unique choice gifts at festive markets, and the beautiful, boozy igloos that appear as if by magic around the city. Don’t get left out in the cold; round up your pals (or, you know, the same housemates you’ve spent every waking minute with since March) and snuggle up in one of these literal support bubbles with a winter-warming cocktail or two.  

This year youll find each icy location is boasting memorable menus of tasty food and drink to keep you toasty. And to fulfil those substantial meal requirements too, of course. Get yourself booked in for a visit ASAP.

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Pretty winter igloos in London

Essence of Winter at The Sipping Room

Cocktail bar and restaurant group Drake & Morgan have teamed up with botanical drinks makers The London Essence Company to transform The Sipping Room’s scenic waterside terrace into an enchanted winter woodland forest, replete with twinkling fairy lights, lanterns & winter foliage. Book one of their igloos, cosy up in a monogrammed blanket and enjoy inventively named festive cocktails including like the ‘You Can’t Catch Me I’m the Gingerbread Man’. Sounds yummy.

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