Standing at the western end of the Lancaster Gate development. Its history is bound up with the nineteenth-century urbanisation of Bayswater and can be divided into two periods. First erected in 1856, with English Baroque details and French mannerisms, Lancaster Gate quickly became a fashionable district for wealthy families. In the 1920s, with servant'ss wages on the rise, the houses were sub-divided into flats or agglomerated into hotels. Today the drop ceilings and partition walls have been stripped backed revealing its layered history and serving as a scene for the shoots/ filming within. Located near Lacancster Gate.
Local train stations, hotels, restaurants and parking.
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