For your comfort & safety we don't permit smoking inside the hotel

Arosfa is the Welsh word for resting place

The Arosfa Hotel is a refurbished 200-year old Georgian Town House in the heart of historic Bloomsbury district, the former home of the famous Pre-Raphaelite artist Sir John Everett Millais.

The cool white garden squares and wide streets of Bloomsbury have been a pull to thinkers for centuries, and it sometimes seems like every second house has a blue plaque denoting that a great writer, scientist or philosopher once inhabited the building. It was in Bloomsbury that Karl Marx created communism, Virginia Woolf defined the twentieth century British novel, and Charles Darwin first conceived the theory of natural selection. The imposing bulk of the British Museum, home to seven millennia of human art and artefacts, dominates the area, and there are plenty of other academic institutions including Birkbeck College, the beautiful University of London Library, and RADA, London's grandest drama school.

For book-lovers, the hotel is directly opposite the enormous Waterstones Bookshop (formerly the world-famous Dillons of London), with many other smaller new and second-hand bookshops around Bloomsbury and nearby Charing Cross Road.

For those exploring further afield we are also within easy walking distance of London Underground's Euston Square, Russell Square, Warren Street & Goodge Street Tube stations and Euston, Kings Cross and St. Pancras mainline railway stations.

We take pride in the quality, cleanliness and value we offer to our guests. Read their honest, unsolicited reviews of the Arosfa at Trip Advisor.

We Offer

  • Free Wireless Internet
  • Guest Computer Facilities
  • Full English breakfast
  • En-suite facilities
  • Exclusive souvenirs


Situated in the heart of central London, the Arosfa Hotel is a friendly, family run bed & breakfast hotel providing good-quality, great-value accommodation for tourists and business travellers

83 Gower Street
Tel: 020 7636 2115 (+44 20 7636 2115 from abroad)
Fax: 020 7323 5141 (+44 20 7323 5141 from abroad)