Fullers adds bedrooms to London sites

London brewer and pub company, Fuller, Smith and Turner has added bedrooms at The Counting House in Cornhill and The Blackbird in Earl’s Court – bringing the total number of bedrooms in its estate to 813.

The Counting House, an iconic pub in the City, has had 15 bedrooms added (pictured). The rooms are a mix of doubles, twins and family rooms and are housed in what was once the City University Club, a gentlemen’s club established in 1895. The Blackbird saw the addition of nine bedrooms, of varying sizes of double rooms – from cosy petite rooms to the grander indulgence rooms – in the heart of the bustling Earl’s Court area.

Both pubs are in excellent locations, close to transport links. The Counting House’s central location means it is a quiet oasis at the weekends while being close to many of London’s famous sites. Meanwhile, The Blackbird’s comfortable, boutique bedrooms are perfect for those seeking something a bit different in the area.

The rooms – kitted out with luxurious mattresses, Egyptian cotton bedsheets, Nespresso machines and complimentary toiletries – are a home away from home. The Counting House and The Blackbird are both Fuller’s Ale & Pie pubs – with fantastic food offers and a great selection of Fuller’s beers. Breakfast is now available at both pubs and, for those staying the night, included in the price of the rooms.

Jonathon Swaine, Managing Director of Fuller’s Inns, said, “I’m delighted with these exciting additions to two popular Fuller’s pubs. We are proud of the rooms in our estate and are shouting about them through our Beautiful Bedrooms campaign.

'As we improve and expand our hotels and rooms, Fuller’s is becoming known for a hospitality offering that is more than a place to eat and drink. Guests can come to us for the full package – drinks, dinner, a night’s stay and breakfast the next day – and all of the highest quality.”