The Lime Tree is an elegant bed & breakfast hotel located in the heart of beautiful Belgravia, one of London’s most distinguished neighbourhoods.
Wonderfully positioned for exploring all the attractions of central London and beyond, these historic Georgian residences have been welcoming discerning travellers for over a century. Our mission is simple: to provide lovely accommodation, a great breakfast and the warmest welcome in a charming corner of the city.


Our 25 bedrooms blend traditional townhouse features with contemporary comforts. While every one has a different size, shape and layout, they each provide everything you’ll need to put your feet up after a busy day out, with pure cotton linens, comfy beds and modern ensuite shower rooms.

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Sited adjacent to the junction of Ebury Street and Elizabeth Street, we enjoy the lovely village-like atmosphere of south Belgravia, surrounded by a wonderful selection of coffee houses, restaurants and independent boutiques. Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Harrods and the museums of South Kensington are all within easy walking distance.

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Our Favourite Things

We’re passionate about our great city and we want our guests to experience the best things it has to offer. From pointing out the finest bars and restaurants to recommending popular bus tours, street markets and theatre productions, we’re here to make sure your next trip to London is a fabulous one. You just need to charge up your Oyster card and get out there!

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It’s hard to imagine better value for money in central London… a place that made me feel at home the moment I walked in.

The Daily Telegraph

You'll be hard pressed to find better value in the centre of town. The Lime Tree – two elegant Georgian townhouses – stands less than a mile from Buckingham Palace, with Westminster, Sloane Square and Piccadilly within walking distance.


Enthusiastically run by Charlotte & Matt, the Lime Tree offers spacious and thoughtfully decorated rooms and a fun-loving breakfast room.

Rick Steves