Course Venue – London, St Pancras

 

Address:

22 Dukes Road
London WC1H 9PN

+44 (0)207 395 1265

 

How to Get There

22 Dukes Road is just a 5 minute walk from Euston station (Piccadilly Line) and a 10 minute walk from Kings Cross St Pancras (Piccadilly and Central Lines).

Stations

Euston Mainline and Tube

From Euston (Northern and Victoria lines) – 5 minutes walk
From Euston station, head onto Euston Road and and turn left. Cross over the road and continue down Euston Road until you see St Pancras church. Turn right onto Dukes Road which runs next to the church.
Wallacespace is at the far end of Dukes Road and the front door is around the corner on Flaxman Terrace.

Kings Cross St Pancras Mainline, Eurostar and Tube

From Kings Cross St Pancras (Victoria, Northern, Circle, Piccadilly, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City Lines) – 10 minutes walk 
From Kings Cross/St Pancras station take the exit to Euston Road and turn right. Cross over the road and keep walking until you see a Travel Lodge and a Costa Coffee, turn left on to Dukes Road, we are at the end and the front door is round the corner on Flaxman Terrace.

Landmarks

Look out for St Pancras church and a Costa Coffee, Dukes Road is between the two running off Euston Road.

Airports

From Heathrow, you can take the tube direct to Euston 
(1 hour non peak time, 1.5 hours rush hour).

From London City Airport  – the quickest route is to take the DLR from the airport to Bank station, and then get the Northern Line from there to Kings Cross.
(1 hour non peak time, 1.5 hours rush hour)

Parking

There is an NCP carpark on Judd St and there is also metered parking on Flaxman Terrace.

TheMontague

The Montague on the Gardens

It’s greatest plus is that it’s right on the doorstep of the British Museum. Clean, basic hotel.

Pullman

Pullman

Formulaic but pretty good. Minutes away from St Pancras station.

PremierInn

Premier Inn

Does what it says on the tin. No frills, honest budget hotel.