Just off Chancery Lane, Cursitor Street is a perfect central location for business, with access to the rest of London

The area is steeped in history with famous landmarks close by such as Lincoln’s Inn Fields, St. Paul’s and the Royal Courts of Justice, there are a variety of popular High Streets with an abundance of shops and restaurants.

St Paul's cathedral at sunset in London, England
Leather Lane is home to a popular weekday market has a 400-year history and is one of London’s oldest with a wide variety of street foods, as well as fashion, household goods, pubs, and cafés.
Formerly the private bar of Saatchi & Saatchi, this stylish pub sits on the corner of Cursitor Street and Chancery Lane.
Home of the High Court and Court of Appeal of England and Wales, the Royal Courts of Justice are one of the many local historic landmarks.
The Holborn Dining Room is located in the Rosewood Hotel and combines fine dining and some of London's best pies.
There is no shortage of places to choose from where classic French cuisine meets exotic dishes from North Africa and Asia, to mention but a few.
New Street Square is a buzzing lunchtime destination close by, with a range of retail stores and international cuisine such the Refinery, TAS Turkish Cuisine, Itsu and the Natural Kitchen
The Rosewood Hotel is a Grade II listed Edwardian hotel, and the home of the Holborn Dining Room.