A tranquil green spot in the heart of London, The Terrace at the iconic The Royal Horseguards Hotel features a 1 AA Rosette-awarded British and European menu replete with small plates, sharing platters and pizzas. They offer an extra special G&T menu which guests can garnish with herbs from the garden. Built in 1884 in the style of a French Chateau. The Royal Horseguards Hotel encompasses two iconic buildings, the National Liberal Club where historical icons such as Churchill, Gladstone and Loyd - George would retreat from the bustle of Parliament and the magnificent club apartments. The hotel was also the office of the first chief of the secret intelligence services, Sir Mansfield Cummings, and essentially the birthplace of M16.
The Terrace at The Royal Horseguards Hotel 2 Whitehall Court, Whitehall