Guests of Goodenough Club are invited wholeheartedly into the Goodenough College community during their stay.

As well as being invited to come to Grade II listed London House for meal times, Club guests are also able to attend the huge number of academic, social, sporting and cultural events which make up the extensive curriculum at the College.

There are also two libraries, media rooms, a room terrace and on site bar and café to help you relax and enjoy your stay.

Goodenough Club guests are able to purchase a one day gym pass for the Bloomsbury Nuffield Health Club, which is situated on Mecklenburgh Square and offers a full gym, several classes and a swimming pool, sauna and steam room.

Personal training sessions are also available if booked in advance. A one day gym pass is available for £10 from the Goodenough Club front desk and the facilities can be viewed at

Free guided walks of Bloomsbury leave from the Goodenough Club front steps every Saturday at 11am and are a great way of finding out more about our historical neighbourhood.

As a guest at the Goodenough Club you will be staying right in the heart of Bloomsbury, one of London's prime academic and cultural locations.  It's one of the greenest parts of London with plenty of parks and open squares. We are within 10 minute walk from King's Cross Station and the Eurostar links at St Pancras which connects the UK to mainland Europe via the Channel Tunnel. Our nearest Tube station is Russell Square.

We are within walking distance of The British Museum, Sir John Soames Museum and the British Library with their world-class collections. The Dickens Museum and the historic Foundling Hospital at Coram Fields are just a few hundred metres away.

We are also very close to major London Universities and colleges, such as Senate House (University of London), Birkbeck, the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London School of Economics (LSE) and The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The world famous Great Ormond Street Hospital is a short walk away.

The Brunswick Centre with a range of shops and restaurants is less than a five minute walk. It boasts an Art House Cinema, 10 different restaurants, a great supermarket and a variety of interesting shops. The surrounding streets are full of cafes, bars and bookshops. Lamb Conduit Street and Marchmont Street are among the most characterful in London.

The area is associated with Charles Darwin (1809-1882), Charles Dickens (1812-1870), John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946) E M Forster (1879-1970) and Virginia Woolf (1892-1941). Woolf once lived on Mecklenburgh Square and Graham Greene stayed on the Square when writing 'The Power and The Glory.'

An annual arts festival is held each autumn.

Please see our "Location" page for a map of the area, as well as walking distances to various attractions.

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