How is life in Covent Garden? A thorough guide of the neighbourhood

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Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ Covent Garden is a district in London, on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St Martin’s Lane and Drury Lane. It is associated with the former fruit-and-vegetable market in the central square, now a popular shopping and tourist site, and with the Royal Opera House, itself known as “Covent Garden”. The district is divided by the main thoroughfare of Long Acre, north of which is given over to independent shops centred on Neal’s Yard and Seven Dials, while the south contains the central square with its street performers and most of the historical buildings, theatres and entertainment facilities, including the London Transport Museum and the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. “

The amenities you might need in Covent Garden

Below is a list of the places you may want to check out if the area of Covent Garden. This can really help you out when you are moving to an area or neighbourhood.

Schools around Covent Garden

Having an educational institution close by is a great perk when moving. See the list below of schools located in the Covent Garden vicinity and how they relate to property prices.

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
City Lit 1-10 Keeley Street, London 3.6 102
Nuffield Health Covent Garden Fitness and Wellbeing Gym 9 Endell Street, London 3.2 130
Yogarise Covent Garden – Yoga classes in Covent Garden, London 13 Mercer Street, London 4.1 62
Stafford House London 2 Southampton Place, London 4.3 133
Dancebuzz 15 Marshall Street, London 4.7 61
A Great Life Coach 75 Shelton Street, London 5 24
Turtles Nursery, Covent Garden 36 Endell Street, London 4.4 14
St Clement Danes Church of England Primary School Saint Clement Danes School, 118 Drury Lane, London 3.8 4
The Now Project Meeting Rooms, 14b Neal’s Yard, London 4.7 34
Pure Soho Ltd Hammer House, 113-117 Wardour Street, London 4.3 7
Creative Education Trust 67-68 Long Acre, London 1.7 6
Skolar Education 42-43 Maiden Lane, London N/A N/A
Academus Learning 43 Bedford Street, London N/A N/A
Czech School without Borders 26-30 Kensington Palace Gardens, London 5 1
VGVT Office 61/15, 4th cross, 2nd main Basappa layout, Gavipuram Extn Hanumantha nagar Bangalore N/A N/A
GAVIN THOMAS 2 nd, 47 Bedford Street, London N/A N/A
The London School of Figure Drawing 8 Hop Gardens, London N/A N/A
Forward Academic Team Wellington Street, London N/A N/A
​Bilingual Buddy Limited Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
Business English Courses London – UK Language Project London 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A

The number of hospitals, pharmacies and doctors in Covent Garden

Covent Garden has 20 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).

Medical institution Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Bupa Health and Dental Centre Chancery Lane 123 Chancery Lane, London 3.7 23
Midtown Wellness 7 Henrietta Street, London 5 180
Sinusoothe Ltd 60 Saint Martin’s Lane, London N/A N/A
Litmus MME 151 Shaftesbury Avenue, London N/A N/A
St Giles Medical Ltd Saint Giles High Street, London 5 1
Pera Medical Services 8 Northumberland Avenue, London N/A N/A
Medicspot Clinic Holborn 41 Bloomsbury Way, London N/A N/A
Third Space Soho 67 Brewer Street, London 4.8 1188
FERRAMED 81 Oxford Street, London N/A N/A
Bedford Square Medical Centre 60 Bloomsbury Street, Bedford Square, London N/A N/A
San Ling Chinese Medical Centre Commonwealth House, 11 New Oxford Street, London N/A N/A
Zerenia Clinic House 7, 10 Savoy Hill, London 4.2 84
Slay Fitness Store 77 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
IHIK Foundation 71, 75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
EI Congresses & Communications UK Ltd 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
RY Clinic 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
Rayca Precision 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
Cp Casey Maude Hall Office, London N/A N/A
Clinica Londres clinica, London N/A N/A
Elevate Health Clinic Until, 111, Charing Cross Road, London 5 98

Tube & Train stations within the region of Covent Garden

Having to walk more than 10 to 15 min to reach public transportation is usually considered as a downside when considering a property to live in. To simplify this, we curated the list of train and tube station of Covent Garden to help you find what would be the best location for you to move in. There are 10 train or tube stations within the Covent Garden area. Here are the main ones

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Charing Cross Strand, London 4.1 615
Tottenham Court Road Oxford Street, London 4.4 855
Embankment United Kingdom 4.3 327
Covent Garden Underground Ltd, Long Acre, London 4.3 532
Leicester Square Square Station Underground Ltd, Leicester, Cranbourn Street, London 4.3 569
Charing Cross London 4.2 207
Tottenham Court Road Oxford Street, London 4.4 855
Temple Underground Ltd, Temple Station, Victoria Embankment, London 4.1 103
Holborn Underground Ltd, Holborn Station, Kingsway, London 3.9 314
Piccadilly Circus Piccadilly Circus, London 4.5 2005

Are there many post offices in the region of Covent Garden?

Nearby post offices make sending and getting packages easy. In a post office you can do things like exchange currency, post your packages, buy everyday items and even redirect your mail. It is likely you will use one at some point if you were to move in to the area so we have compiled the post offices nearby in a table below so you know if this area is the right place for you.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Regent Street St. James’s Post Office (Ryman) 11 Regent Street Saint James’s, London 4.9 2607
Aldwych Post Office 95 Aldwych, London 4.1 188
Break Point Ltd T/A The Convenience Store 71 New Oxford Street, London 2.7 11
Robert Dyas The Strand 393, QueensLand House, Strand, London 4.2 27
Southampton Row Post Office (Ryman) 86 Southampton Row, London 4.2 183
Holborn Post Office 181 High Holborn, London 4.4 470
The Courier Co 15 Ingestre Place, London 5 2
Strand Post Office (Robert Dyas) QueensLand House, 393 Strand, London 4.7 160
Postbox 6 Suffolk Place, London 0 0
New Oxford Street Post Office 71-75 New Oxford Street, London 3.5 188
Post Box Great Russell Street, London 0 0
Mail Boxes Etc. Holborn 19 Bury Place, London 5 15
Postbox 5-6, Staple Inn, High Holborn, London 5 1
Postbox 5 Sicilian Avenue, London 0 0
Poland Street Post Office 14 Poland Street, London 2.7 145
Post box 86 Chancery Lane, London 0 0

In Covent Garden, what are some things we love?

What makes the heart of Covent Garden? At Cozee we asked ourselves what would define the culture, the vibe of a given area. We have come up with the following elements so whether you are a foodie or a night bird, we got you covered. Check out the different restaurants, pubs, gym that exist in Covent Garden to help you decide to move in there.

Museums & Galleries in the area

An area thrives through its people and their interactions. Discover Covent Garden through its art scene by exploring galleries, museums, and cultural institutions, providing enjoyable weekend activities and contributing to the vibrant community.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The National Gallery Trafalgar Square, London 4.7 47389
The British Museum Great Russell Street, London 4.7 146999
Somerset House Strand, London 4.5 1477
National Portrait Gallery Saint Martin’s Place, London 4.6 10128
Sir John Soane’s Museum 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London 4.7 3493
Benjamin Franklin House 36 Craven Street, London 4.2 292
Hunterian Museum The Royal College of Surgeons of England 38, 43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London 4.7 740
Freemasons Hall, London 60 Great Queen Street, London 4.8 1829
Camera Museum 44 Museum Street, London 4.7 278
Museum of Freemasonry 60 Great Queen Street, London 4.5 172
British Optical Association Museum 42 Craven Street, London 4.8 13
The Household Cavalry Museum 66 Horse Guards Avenue, Whitehall, London 4.5 2689
Civic Workshop Somerset House, Lancaster Place, London N/A N/A
The Courtauld Shop Somerset House, Courtauld Institute of Art, Strand, London 4.4 72
The Courtauld Gallery Somerset House, Strand, London 4.7 1516
Mall Galleries The Mall, London 4.6 638
The National Police Memorial The Mall, London 4.6 54
Wellington Temple Stairs, Victoria Embankment, London 4.3 45
Topolski Studio SBC Access Road, Arch 158, Hungerford Arches, Belvedere Road, London 4.7 7
Abbott and Holder 30 Museum Street, London 5 21

Pubs in the region

As Londoners, we love our local pubs. Covent Garden has great ones to become your new regular spot. Consider these if visiting or moving to the area of Covent Garden.

Pub name Name Address Description
Bow Street Tavern 37 Bow Street London WC2E 7AU After a change in operator, and an extensive refurbishment, the pub has a varied ‘menu’ of themes harking back to an earlier era with the Inspectors Office and the Fielding Room giving a Victorian police / Bow Street Runners and gas-lit feel; and it is indeed now very close to the new Bow Street Police Museum. There’s a comfortable ‘nook’ dedicated to the British monarchy, a Gin terrace, and more. The walls are painted a dark terracotta, and with dark wood panelling, mirrors, and are hung with a range of movie (Hitchcock’s Frenzy of course), theatre, opera, police, and beer themes, including at least two photos from CAMRA’s Covent Garden Beer Festival in 1975. A collection of Toby jugs line the top of the back bar fitting. As well as draught beer a wide range of gins is available. There is also a range of adult softs and low alcohol beer options. The food offering includes pub classics, Sunday roasts, and sandwiches; there are also choices for vegetarians and vegans. Note that the food hours given may vary depending on staff availability, check with venue website.
Coach & Horses 42 Wellington Street London WC2E 7BD One of the smaller pubs in Covent Garden, it’s a one room drinkers pub yet comfortable and warm. Mostly standing room though there are tall chairs of varying heights to sit on – at the one round table, around the side of the room, or in front of the main window etched with ‘Watney Combe Reid’. One large mirror. etched ‘Coach and Horses’, overlooks the table and is adorned with a generous vase of fresh exotic blooms.
Freemasons Arms 81-82 Long Acre London WC2E 9NG Located near Freemasons Hall and convenient for theatreland, this pub was first licensed in 1704 and known as the Bull’s Head until 1778. The Geological Society was founded here in 1807. In spite of incorrect media reports the Football Association was NOT created here in 1863 after six meetings that year in the pub; this event was in the Freemason’s Tavern nearby! Originally owned by Charringtons, it was acquired by Sam Smith in 1985, Greene King in 1988 and finally Shepherd Neame in 2003. The interior is comfortably furnished with leather banquettes and wood panelling, but the background music can be intrusive. There are four TV screens for sports and two function rooms. Post-pandemic the six ales previously on offer were reported cut to three spread across the six pumps. Further updates welcome.
Lamb & Flag 33 Rose Street London WC2E 9EB It’s not the easiest pub to find in Covent Garden but that doesn’t stop it becoming very busy at times with office workers and visitors often spilling into the street summer and winter! But, unlike many other pubs in the area, because it is slightly hidden away, it is not quite so touristy. The Grade II listed Lamb and Flag is to be found down Lazenby Court (an alley) from Floral Street or up Rose Street from Garrick Street. Leased by Fuller’s since October 2011, and fully owned since 2013, the pub underwent a sympathetic renovation before re-opening. Though no longer a free house (and thus the real ale selection is predominantly from the Fuller’s stable), it remains an attractive and pleasant traditional pub without music, muzak or games machines. The upstairs bar and restaurant, where the main food service is available (but, please note, food and drink is table service only upstairs) is named the Dryden Room, after the poet John Dryden, whose satirical writing made him many enemies as a result of which he was brutally beaten by hired thugs in the alley outside the pub in 1679. There are Latin inscriptions (with translations) on the wooden beams commemorating this ambush. When he was working in nearby Catherine Street, the novelist Charles Dickens was also a regular here, as was, it is said, Karl Marx. The ground floor bar consists of two small dark rooms with down-lighters, low beams, wood panelling and bare floorboards. The back room has a fireplace and plain wooden seats. Brass plaques dotted around the bar commemorate where regulars of the past always stood, and the tradition is still kept up now.
Marquess Of Anglesey 39 Bow Street London WC2E 7AU This is one of a limited number of Young’s pubs in central London; the split level ground floor bar has some comfortable settee seating while upstairs there is a plush “Lady Charlotte” bar and restaurant area. Following a refurb in mid-2023 there is now also a roof terrace complete with retractable roof, and windows giving views over theatreland, In addition to the cask ales on three handpumps there is Guinness on offer plus various keg beers/lagers. The extensive food menu includes normal pub grub plus Sunday roasts, brunch, party grazing boards and a kids menu.
Nags Head 10 James Street London WC2E 8BT There has been a pub of this name on all or part of this site since at least the 1670s. The present pub was rebuilt in 1900 for the licensed victualler who had occupied the previous building, and was designed by PE Pilditch. This Grade II listed building is described by the Survey of London as “a fairly restrained example of neo-Jacobean public-house architecture”. The Covent Garden Area Trust is more effusive: “The smart red and gold fascia signs, the high quality engraved and gilt glass window signs and the hanging bracket sign are all models of traditional pub signs and could not be bettered”. It was bought by McMullen in 1927 for the sum of £7525, and some of the tile-work on the floor dates from that period.
Porterhouse 21-22 Maiden Lane London WC2E 7NA A Tardis-like multi-levelled establishment, featuring riveted steel beams, industrial style pipes providing the air-conditioning, polished handrails, cabinets of beer, whiskies, and spirits collected by the owners since the 1990s, and an impressive clock with exposed mechanism. The pub was designed by Irish architect Frank Ennis and claims to be the largest pub in London. It is the London showcase for Ireland’s Porterhouse Brewery Company, providing the one real ale – Turner’s Sticklebract Bitter (TSB) – from the Porterhouse range plus three guest real ales. The various other Porterhouse Brewery beers are served under gas pressure but are unpasteurised. There is a large range of American, Belgian and other European bottled beers. Food served includes burgers, pizza, pies, steak, sandwiches, and various snacks; and of course Sundy roasts. A large outdoor area at the front of the premises, heated in winter, provides for smokers and al-fresco dining. Very popular with the after-work crowd and then the evening revellers; live music towards the end of the week. A wall plaque commemorates the artist JMW Turner, who lived in a house on the site.
Punch & Judy 40 The Market London WC2E 8RF In part of the Grade II* listed Central Market Building (1828-30 by Charles Fowler), the pub is named for the Italian puppets which first appeared in England in the Covent Garden area and were mentioned (as Polchinelli) with delight by the diarist Samuel Pepys in 1662, when he witnessed one of the first performances. It is a popular pub at the corner of the building with distinct basement and first floor bars. The cellar bar has stone flagged flooring, bare bricked walls, low lighting and leads out on to a noisy enclosed courtyard where supervised children are allowed. The first floor balcony bar has an outdoor terrace overlooking the street entertainers below in front of St Paul’s Church. There is no access for the disabled to either bars or toilets. Note that the balcony bar has no real ale and beer may be served in plastic glasses.
Round House 1 Garrick Street London WC2E 9AR Semi-circular bar in the heart of the tourist area of Covent Garden, which means that it can be very busy at any time of the day or evening. It dates from 1863, was licensed two years later, and named Petters Hotel until 1943. Now it is a traditional Fuller’s beer-house. Children welcome, but no food is available. Disabled access but not to toilets.
Sun Tavern 66 Long Acre London WC2E 9JD Modernly-themed pub with a curved servery, bare flooring and plain glass mirrors on the ground floor. The upstairs bar can be booked for private functions. The present building with its upper ornate stucco (more shades of grey than white) frontage was rebuilt in 1897 and is Grade II listed. The wide food menu includes baguettes and sharing platters as well as burgers, other pub grub favourites and Sunday roasts. The venue is one of the small Morton-Scott chain.
White Lion 24 James Street London WC2E 8NT A comfortable smallish redbrick corner pub just off the main Piazza that gets busy of an evening and at weekends. There’s a full bar menu with the Bedford Bar and dining room on the first floor. Rebuilt in 1889 to the design of architects Alexander & Gibson, the pub does have some effusive decoration surviving. Accessible for disabled but not to toilets.

Supermarkets in Covent Garden

Grocery shopping is something that people do all the time, so it would make sense to want to find out where the nearest shopping centres are in your area. In Covent Garden, Take a look at the major supermarkets nearby, so you know where to go grocery shopping if you are to make this place your home.

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Gyms to stay in shape in Covent Garden

As remote work becomes more prevalent, there’s a corresponding rise in gym attendance to maintain fitness. With options like David Lloyd, TheGym, and others, Covent Garden could be instrumental in helping you stay in shape – a valuable amenity in close proximity.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Oasis Sports Centre 32 Endell Street, London 4.3 788
YMCA Club 112 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 168
Virgin Active Shell-Mex House, 80 Strand, London 4.3 299
Gymbox Holborn 100 High Holborn, London 4.3 340
Nuffield Health Covent Garden Fitness and Wellbeing Gym 9 Endell Street, London 4.3 130
Fitness First 6 Bedford Street, London 4.3 345
Yogarise Covent Garden – Yoga classes in Covent Garden, London 13 Mercer Street, London 4.3 62
Body Control Pilates 35 Little Russell Street, London 4.3 36
Jubilee Hall Gym 30 The Piazza, London 4.3 111
Covent Garden Physiotherapy Ground Floor, Durham House, 1 Durham House Street, London 4.3 46
Nordic Balance St James’s | Gym & Physiotherapy 7-9 Babmaes Street, London 4.3 180
Digme Fitness Covent Garden 4-10 Tower Street, London 4.3 150
The Health Club at One Aldwych One Aldwych Hotel, 1 Aldwych, Covent Garden, London 4.3 16
CryoAction Limited 71-75 Shelton Street, London 4.3 1
The Gym Group London Charing Cross 17-21 Northumberland Avenue, London 4.3 227
The Louisa Drake Method Until, Unit 111 Charing Cross Road, London 4.3 7
Fujian White Crane Kung Fu & Tai Chi – Covent Garden & West End Green Dragon House, 23 Stukeley Street, London 4.3 N/A
ENHANCED PERFORMANCE Rex House, 4-12 Regent Street, London 4.3 N/A
PureGym London Piccadilly – Upgrade Coming Soon! Rex House, 4-12 Regent Street, London 4.3 340
Fitness Lab 9-12 Saint Anne’s Court, London 4.3 155

Restaurants in the area

The below table gives you a good idea of what kind of options there are for eating out. In Covent Garden, you may find things like Italian, Chinese or even Indian takeouts. Take a look below if you are visiting or want to move here if eating out is a big deal for you.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
One Aldwych 1 Aldwych, London 4.3 1341
The Clermont London, Charing Cross Strand, London 4.3 2417
Covent Garden Hotel 10 Monmouth Street, London 4.3 624
Premier Inn London Leicester Square hotel Queens House, 1 Leicester Square, London 4.3 927
The Royal Horseguards Hotel & One Whitehall Place, London 2 Whitehall Court, London 4.3 2343
Dean Street Townhouse 69-71 Dean Street, London 4.3 1775
Sofitel London St James 6 Waterloo Place, London 4.3 1982
The Cheshire Hotel 110 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 583
The Ivy 1-5 West Street, London 4.3 3523
Wong Kei 41-43 Wardour Street, London 4.3 3522
Boyds Grill & Wine Bar 8 Northumberland Avenue, London 4.3 306
Simpson’s in the Strand 100 Strand, London 4.3 837
Opera Tavern 23 Catherine Street, London 4.3 566
Hawksmoor Seven Dials 11 Langley Street, London 4.3 3554
Karma Sanctum Soho London 20 Warwick Street, London 4.3 655
Tattershall Castle Victoria Embankment, London 4.3 4532
L’Escargot Restaurant 48 Greek Street, London 4.3 860
The Salisbury Pub 90 Saint Martin’s Lane, London 4.3 2947
Rules 34-35 Maiden Lane, London 4.3 2324
Sarastro Sarastro Restaurant, 126 Drury Lane, London 4.3 1899

Green spaces and parks of Covent Garden

Big green spaces cover the UK and London. However, it may be hard to work out just how much green space there is by just looking at a map. Here is a table below that shows you the green space of Covent Garden in more detail.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Jubilee Gardens Belvedere Road, London 4.5 1413
Soho Square Gardens Soho Square, London 4.3 6139
The National Police Memorial The Mall, London 4.6 54
Golden Square Golden Square, London 4.3 1283
Rathbone Square 1 Rathbone Square, London 4.6 50
Elm Court 1 Pump Court, London 4.3 6
Bloomsbury Square Garden 14 Bloomsbury Square, London 4.3 2017
The Phoenix Garden 21 Stacey Street, London 4.6 461
Bedford Square Garden Washington Group International, 20 Bedford Square, London 4 425
The Diamond Jubilee Penny Maze Henrietta Street, London 5 1
Diamond Jubilee Garden St Pauls Church, Bedford Street, London 4.4 12
Floral Court 25 Floral Street, London 4.5 224
Potnotch Jubilee Market, Tavistock Street, London 5 1
BoldBits 39 Saint Martin’s Lane, London N/A N/A
Mayank Statue 21 Neal Street, London N/A N/A
Drury Lane Gardens 58 Drury Lane, London 3.9 16
L.H.S Operations Ltd 71-75 Shelton Street, London 5 3
Ucarro Uk 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
Eagle Feb Ltd quality formation company, 71-75 Shelton Street, London 5 1
Automec ltd 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A

What kind of things are there to do in the city of Covent Garden?

There are always activities happening in lively Covent Garden. Timeout posts weekly on events there, so browse their site for ideas. We included a link to their Covent Garden page to make finding local happenings easier. Getting to know a new area is easier with an overview of offerings and locations. Our map pulls together property price info and other details from this article to give you a Covent Garden snapshot.

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