Luxury holidays in Clerkenwell

When to go

Clerkenwell doesn't really have an off season, but if you're averse to cold visit from May to August.

Getting there

  • Planes

    Stansted airport (, the landing point for many budget airlines, is an hour's taxi ride from the area. Heathrow Airport ( is under an hour's drive away, but to avoid the battle of wills that is London driving, ride the Heathrow Express train to Paddington and take a leisurely Tube ride to Farringdon on the Circle line; Clerkenwell proper is just a 10-minute walk from the Tube station.
  • Trains

    There's a frequent train service direct from London Gatwick to Farringdon overground station. Many National Rail trains and the Eurostar arrive at St Pancras International; from the station Farringdon is just a 15-minute overground trip away. Farringdon and Barbican Tube stations both service the Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith and City lines.
  • Automobiles

    If you decide to take the plunge and get behind the wheel in London you should be aware that driver hordes and ninja traffic officials aren't the only annoyances you'll face, because Clerkenwell lies within the Congestion Charge zone. On weekdays from 7am to 6pm, there’s a £10 daily payable to drive into and around central London (