Situated in the heart of the city, this exclusive little enclave is sandwiched between St James’s Park and Piccadilly. A serene and peaceful location with an old-style sophistication not easily found elsewhere in the capital. The historic streets of St James’s have remained virtually unchanged for centuries and are still home to gentlemen’s clubs and shops familiar over a hundred years ago. A fine example of this is the iconic Jermyn Street, still famous for tailors and shoemakers catering to wealthy gentlemen. Then there is King Street which continues to appeal to the serious art dealers. A stroll around this affluent, business-focused area really will feel like you have stepped back in time. There is also plenty to do here with two royal palaces to visit, St James’s and Clarence House, several art galleries, shops and plenty of restaurants. St James’s Park also calls this part of London home. A staggering 52 acres of beautiful open space. Tourists flock here to the Blue Bridge to catch a glimpse of Buckingham Palace that sits magnificently behind the lake and fountain. The many attractions and theatres of the West End are also close by and with excellent transport links, it’s easy to get out and explore further. St James’s Park and Green Park underground stations are nearby and there are several reliable bus routes to access all areas of central London.