We like this place with a number of nice shops. Each shop and restaurant are quite unique and different. This is a small lane but interesting and pleasant.
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Really nice and clean comfortable hotel. The historic rooms are very spacious with lovely high ceilings. All toiletries are provided and staff are efficient with check in. They have coat hangers, hair dryers and robes. Very short walk from the train station and great location...More
Plenty of small shops offering a variety of souvenirs, jewellery, antique ceramics and more. Small cafes and juice bars, footwear and clothing shops.. Renovations underway as scaffolding erected just inside from the Terrace entrance. To really appreciate the Court, you need to look upward at...More
A tourist place to visit in Perth, this London Court is a small lane way off Hay St Mall. If not careful you may miss because of its small size. However when you are inside the Court area it is very pleasant.
Brilliant looking arcade with some great little gems to be found if you look. Anything from ugg boots, winning lottery tickets, beautiful food, touristy items and some stunning jewellery. Few places to mention is the framing shop near hay street entrance with beautiful posters, another...More
We visited this upmarket touristy open shopping arcade in the city both at night and during the day. It runs between two of the shopping malls and is much quieter than them except perhaps when the clocks at each end chime. We heard the one...More
This was a nice place to visit, albeit very much set up for tourists. Some lovely ice creams, and some nice little shops.
London court is a tiny street like mall, tugged in the middle of tall buildings, towards hay street mall. You might just miss it if you didn't watch for it! Shops and foods are available too. The architectural features are too beautiful; visit to embrace...More
This little court is just off St Georges Terrace and really is not worth bothering with. The alley or court is very false with tourist souvenir shops and cafes, the whole attraction is very poor and i couldn't see what all the fuss was about....More
Interesting start fromSt George's Terrace - with some good little shops Not sure if all of it is historic Good to pass through