This independent bookshop has a well-deserved reputation for not only new fiction but also for stocking a small range of literary inspired gifts such as a tea towels and beautifully designed greetings cards.
The inspired owner organises plant swaps and local cake competitions in the adjoining garden, as well as the Peckham Literary Festival, making this a truly local, community shop.
Slightly Foxed on Gloucester Road, just a step from the tube, is a booklover’s haven, where their staff are always happy to answer questions, make recommendations and take orders for any book in print, which can usually be obtained overnight.
They are well qualified to advise on anything to do with collecting and building a library, or compiling a wedding-present list of books. The shop has customers all over the globe, to some of whom they send a regular, personalized selection of ‘Books of the Month’.
Afternoon Tea at the Tea and Tattle is a very special experience, celebrating one of England’s best traditions.
Handily close to the British Museum, it is perfect stop to take a well deserved rest and indulge yourself.
Fresh leaf tea in a pot and bone china, scones with clotted cream and jam, finger sandwiches and tasty cakes..could anything be more British than afternoon tea in London.
This bookshop is a quiet heaven and highly recommended for visitors to the capital and anyone interested in British writing.
This branch of the international chain has a second-hand department tucked away on the first floor. This is a great place to find interesting titles not available elsewhere and knowledgeable, friendly staff can help locate hard to find items.