Eccleston Yards is a trendy area located in the heart of London's Belgravia neighborhood. Here you'll find a really interesting mix of things to do and see, and despite being a small area, it has a real buzz to it. We wanted to publish a guide about this area for anyone planning to visit in 2023, let's get into it:
Where is Eccleston Yards?
The Eccleston Yards area sits on the boundary of the Belgravia area of Central London. Specifically, it is situated on Eccleston Place, which is just a short walk from both Victoria Station and Sloane Square. We provide more details on how to reach the area at the end of our guide.
What is there to see and do during your time in Eccleston Yards?
The area is known as a wellbeing hub, but it's also a coworking environment, a fitness centre, and an eating and drinking haven, all in one. Here are some of the highlights:
Enjoy some fitness
Have a drink and a bite to eat
After all that exercise, you've earned something to eat. Despite being a small area, you've got quite a bit to choose from when it comes to food in Eccleston Yards. Happy Face Pizza is a very safe bet, and the classic Neapolitan pizza served up here is always a hit. The Jones Family Kitchen is a great place for a delicious steak, and Ole & Steen is a Danish bakery where you can choose from an amazing array of great-tasting bread and pastries. For a drink, the amie wine studio is a cool and laidback place where you can sample wine from across the world, and Morena is a fun place where you can enjoy Latin American cocktails.
If you're a fan of coworking then you'll find an excellent space for coworking within Eccleston Yards - 25 EP. This coworking space has 8 private meeting rooms which are ideal for interviews, board meetings, or just getting your head down and getting some work done. The space is beautifully designed and you'll always find an interesting mix of businesses and entrepreneurs here, so it's a great location for networking too.
London's first meditation centre was opened here, Re:Mind, and after a visit here you'll very quickly forget that you're in the bustling centre of England's biggest city. You can book a guided class to get the full experience, learn more here - remindstudio.com
How to get to Eccleston Yards?
The area is just a five-minute walk from Victoria station, so heading there and walking is probably the easiest way to reach Eccleston Yards.
Sloane Square station is roughly a 10-minute walk away, so that's a nice alternative station to head to. You can also take the bus to the nearby Eccleston Bridge stop. If you're driving, there is a nearby Q-Park car park on Semley Place. If you feel like cycling, you can also hire a bike from one of the many Santander Cycles docking stations nearby.