Where to find us

Travelling to Westminster

Westminster School is located in the precincts of Westminster Abbey in Dean’s Yard, which can be found via either The Sanctuary or the intersection of Great College St and Tufton St. The address is 17 Dean’s Yard, London SW1P 3PF.

  • The nearest tube stations are St James’s Park (District & Circle lines) and Westminster (Jubilee line). Victoria (Victoria line and mainline services) is a short walk away.
  • A guide to the school precincts and how to get here can be downloaded here.


We are unable to provide accommodation on site but given our central location and easy access via public transport there are plenty of options available. Below are some suggestions and, although we have not personally stayed in any of these, we have found them to offer good value for money and a good location.

Youth Hostel Association (YHA)

A series of youth hostels offering excellent value accommodation across the city. Some hostels are more basic than others. Central locations include Oxford St (two tube stops), London Central (short walk to Oxford Circus & two stops away), St Paul’s (short walk to Mansion House and tube) and St Pancras (several stops on the Victoria line).

Meininger Hotel – Hyde Park

A modern hostel in South Kensington, ideal for groups. The hotel is very close to Gloucester Rd tube station, which is four stops away from St James’s Park.

Premier Inn

Twin rooms, comfortable, no breakfast included. Multiple locations around the city, the closest are:
Waterloo (20 min walk), Victoria (15 min walk), Southwark (two tube stops) – from £69 per room per night
County Hall (15 min walk) – from £79 per room per night.


Similar profile to the Premier Inn, no breakfast included. Offer rooms for three people in some hotels. Multiple locations around the city, the closest are: Vauxhall (two tube stops) – from £48 per room per night; Waterloo (20 min walk), Southwark (two tube stops) – from £52 per room per night.

Further out

Both the Victoria and Jubilee lines are fast lines, and so staying further out of the city centre but close to stations on these lines is a good option. The District & Circle lines are useful, and fine for a few stops but heading towards the end of the District line will lead to a long commute in each day.

Eating Out

Dinner on Friday night, along with lunch on Saturday and Sunday, will be provided at WesMUN; an optional meal will also be provided on Saturday evening. Details of local places to eat may be found below to help your planning.


This new development very close to Victoria station has some excellent choices. There is cheap & cheerful pizza at Franco Manca, burgers at Shake Shack, and a huge variety of other options. The Danish bakery Ole & Steen is an excellent choice for breakfast.

Pizza Express

Does what it says on the tin. Do of course check their website for offers, there is usually at least one. The closest branches can be found on Victoria Street, Millbank Tower and Pimlico.

Jamie’s Italian

Often has good value set menus, located on Victoria Street so a short walk away.


Lovely Italian food, you’ll definitely need to book as it’s quite small. The burrata and aubergine salad is delicious. This is in Pimlico so a 15-min walk away.

Victoria Street / Cardinal Place

Victoria Street has a fair few restaurants dotted along it (quick and cheap options include Leon and Benugo). Cardinal Place is a shopping area off Victoria Street, near Victoria station, and a variety of chain restaurants are located there (Zizzi, Wagamama, Nando’s). Nando’s in particular is very good value and can be booked for groups.

Further out

Trip Advisor, and Open Table are good places to start looking for recommendations.

If you have any queries, or if we can help with bookings, accommodation or food, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Jane (jane.evans@westminster.org.uk).