Bed & Breakfast in London
|| From Greater London
to the heart of the Capital, you’ll find a fantastic
range of bed and breakfasts offering a hospitable welcome
to the weary traveller.
One hotel that really upholds bed and breakfast values
is the Anchor Hotel [map],
NW11. This Golders Green B&B offers a hearty continental
breakfast and a warm family feel, close to Hampstead and
Brent Cross shopping complex.
With a traditional English or Dutch style breakfast on
offer you may think that the Dawson House Hotel [map] has a bit of an identity crisis, but what you will find
is a ‘home from home’ experience in a peaceful
oasis away from the hustle of the city.
The Winchester [map] pub hotel in North London is a traditional tavern offering
accommodation to all-comers. Here, comfortable double,
twin and family rooms are all on offer at a reasonable
price but this is not the only attraction. Located in
the historic village of Highgate, this tavern shows off
its architectural origins both inside and out and gives
guests a taste of ye olde England. In addition the pub
also serves a range of meals, which should provide a good
encore to the breakfast.
Convenience and comfort are the hallmarks of a good B&B
and at Bay Tree House [map] you’re sure to find them both. With three large
rooms on offer all with en suite facilities, this is where
you’ll find the comfort. And for convenience, look
no further than the fact that Bay Tree House is located
four minutes away from Arnos Grove tube station. This
station will not only connect you to the central sights,
but because it is on the Piccadilly line it will also
take you straight to Heathrow Airport.
Enjoy a traditional East End welcome at one of this area's
top bed and breakfasts.
Docklands Mews [map] on Milligan Street should provide you with a place
to rest your head with a hearty breakfast the next morning
to set you up for day. As the name suggests you’ll
find this professionally run B&B not too far from
the Thames near Canary Wharf.
Staying at the family-run B&B The Fosters [map] will allow you to live like a local without having
to do your own housework. You should find a warm welcome
on this tree-lined street in the Wanstead area of east
London. Head to Greenwich to be close to all the top tourist
spots and find a comfortable place to rest your head.
Tony’s Place [map], Greenwich, is one
of several apartment complexes offering visitors the opportunity
to enjoy some privacy during their stay. All your home
comforts are here and although Tony’s doesn’t
do the cooking for you, it provides a great selection
of food so that you can make up your own breakfast.
Book into a real award-winner at The Amsterdam Hotel
Trebovir Road, SW5, which has won the Les Routier best
B & B award. The Amsterdam is a hidden jewel in the
heart of London’s most cosmopolitan area. Situated
close to the Earls Court exhibition centre and just a
short walk from Olympia, this hotel offers a haven of
tranquillity to the business or leisure visitor. All rooms
are tastefully decorated and facilities meet high standards.
Guests have access to an Internet room with fax and photocopying
facilities also available.
Modern and creative travellers will particularly enjoy
a visit to L’Hotel [map],
Basil Street, Knightsbridge, SW3. Owner Nina Campbell
has personally selected all décor in this enchanting
hotel and this includes all the fabrics and unique artwork.
All rooms have en suite facilities and can be made up as
either a double or twin room.
One of the best places to find a B&B in Central London
is Bloomsbury. The literary district of west central London
has a range of good value traditional B&Bs offering
a range of comfortable facilities close to all the best
attractions. Try The Lonsdale Hotel or The Cosmo
Bedford House Hotel, Bloomsbury Square [map],
for a room with tea and coffee making facilities and a
TV. Traditional English breakfasts are par for the course
at many of these B&Bs; so prepare to welcome a great
feast of a fry-up the following morning. Alternatively,
lighter continental breakfasts are usually available.
The Berners Hotel [map],
Berners Street, W1, is located just off Oxford Street
in the hub of the commercial and entertainment district.
This traditional hotel was built in 1835 and was converted
into a hotel at the turn of the 20th Century. With a wealth
of period features, the Grade II listed building has a
beautiful lobby that provides an excellent meeting place
for coffee or that very English tradition of afternoon
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