Cecil Sharp House

2 Regent's Park Road, London, NW1 7AY

Getting there

Cecil Sharp House is located in Camden at the junction of Regent’s Park Road and Gloucester Avenue. It is accessible by rail, road and tube and is only 10 minutes walk from Camden Town underground station.

Please visit the Cecil Sharp House travel information page here, which will have further details about getting to the venue.


There is limited designated parking at Cecil Sharp House for visitors and ticket holders. There is on-street parking nearby – for details of charging hours and restrictions, please see the Camden Council parking website: http://find.camden.gov.uk/parking.aspx?area=NW1%207AY A limited number of disabled parking bays are available, on the grounds of Cecil Sharp House, accessible via the Regents Park Road. Spaces can be reserved for visitors with access needs, on a first-come-first-served basis, by calling +44 (0)20 7485 2206.


+44 (0) 20 72418954

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Suggested Accommodation

Ifor Even Hall at UCL
109 Camden Road, London NW1 9HZ.
Basic and clean student rooms, self catering facilities, and 15 minutes’ walk to the venue.
Book on their website or call +44 (0) 207 485 9377.

Generator Hostel
37 Tavistock Place,
London WC1H 9SE

Amber Residence Hotel,
42 Gloucester Place, London W1U 8HF ,
Tel: +44 207 935 5316 ; Fax: +44 207 486 0390

Otherwise, if your prefer a home B & B or share accommodation with other yogis, please check out the following links :

Further Information


You need to bring your own mat and any props you need for your practice. Please also bring adequate water with you as there is only a small water fountain downstairs. As the temperature can be quite temperamental in the hall, we also recommend bringing some extra layers for warmth if needed.


The venue has an onsite café downstairs that will have snacks, teas, and various lunch options for sale: https://www.cecilsharphouse.org/csh-visit-us/cafe-and-bar

If you head towards Camden Town there are many lunch options including a branch of Wholefoods or towards Primrose Hill village there are also a number of cafés and accessibility to Primrose Hill should you wish to take in the beautiful London views and get some green space (weather permitting!).

"I love Yogacampus - it's got a wonderful, friendly, vibe and I always feel so enriched by a visit - both from other teachers and other students alongside me." Lucy Makin on Applied Yoga Philosophy and Psychology, December 2016