6 Incredibly Cosy Corners To Battle London’s Cold Dark Nights

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6 Incredibly Cosy Corners To Battle London’s Cold Dark Nights

Because there’s no feeling more satisfying than being toasty warm while it’s nippy outside…


1. Piste Bar, Archer Street

[Archer Street]
This fun Soho bar, famed for its waiting staff who spontaneously break into song, has opened its pop-up winter themed bar, Piste. The homely floorboards, wooden barrels and appealing shabby look gives it a rustic vibe, while the draped furs and fluffy seating create an extremely cosy place for a drink.

3-4 Archer Street, South Soho London W1D 7AP


2. Skye Halla at Queen of Hoxton

skye halla 2
[Queen of Hoxton]
Royalty of the winter pop-ups, Queen of Hoxton have outdone themselves on the rooftop this year. The beautiful wigwam has returned and, this time, they’ve gone for a Viking theme. The inside of the tent is decorated with Nordic style shields and animal furs. The large outside bar, which is complete with shelter and heating, is serving up a quite the feast, alongside warming cocktails and hot mead.

1 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3JX


3. Shochu Bar at ROKA Charlotte Street

We told you last month about ROKA’s gorgeous autumnal maple tree installation . The Shochu bar, which lies beneath ROKA’s restaurant on Charlotte Street, is a wonderful place to hide yourself away from the cold, sip on some warming sake or whisky cocktails and munch on some divine sushi. The maple tree installation will be up until some point in December, so catch a glimpse of it while you can.

37 Charlotte St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1RR


4. Gingerbread House at York & Albany


This charming fairy tale inspired cabin is available for private hire for groups between 4 and 12 at the York & Albany, one of Gordon Ramsay’s hotel, restaurant and bars. They’ll be serving up a selection of gingerbread inspired canapés, cocktails and afternoon teas – a dreamy hideaway for anyone with a sweet tooth. The Gingerbread Cabin is open from the 3rd of November until the 28th of February 2017. For more information and to book tickets visit their website.

127-129 Parkway, London NW1 7PS


5. Igloos at Coppa Club

giant igloos
[Coppa Club]
We told you that these snow-globe like igloos appeared next to the Thames earlier this month. Not only do they make a rather impressive riverside feature, but they’re also stocked up with extra cosy perks inside. Complete with heaters, fluffy blankets and rugs – bag yourself one of these igloos and you’ll be the envy of all of the chilly people passing by. Coppa Club have been overwhelmed with bookings, so will no longer be taking any in advance. However they will be keeping some igloos free every day for walk-ins, running on a first-come, first-served basis.

Coppa Club, 3 Three Quays Walk, Lower Thames Street, London EC3R 6AH


6. Curl up in one of London’s Library Bars

[Scarfes Bar]
Could you get a more cosy scene than this? It’s like all our winter dreams rolled into one, complete with roaring open fire and absolutely killer cocktails. The timeless Rosewood London hotel is a little oasis of calm in the centre of the city and Scarfes Bar couldn’t be a more classy spot to brush up on some of the classics. If you’re a bit of a bookworm, check out these other cosy library bars in London.

252 High Holborn, WC1V 7EN 


Perhaps not the cosy corner you may be after, but if you fancy something a little crazier, you might want to check out Ballie Ballerson – the new ball pit bar for adults. With over 200,000 balls in the underground pit, you’re bound to keep warm…

Featured image credit: Queen of Hoxton

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