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Belsize Park is a fashionable, elegant and very expensive north-London suburb, with neighbours including Hampstead to the north and Primrose Hill to the south. Its boundaries extend from Finchley Road and Swiss Cottage in the west to Haverstock Hill (east), a road that connects Belsize Park to all the bustling attractions of Chalk Farm and Camden Town. Haverstock Hill and England's Lane are popular spots for eating and drinking, and the general village atmosphere of Belsize Park is characterised by discreet shops and restaurants, some with pavement tables. The local parking restrictions and the proximity of some beautiful parks and gardens together guarantee a notable tranquillity. Hampstead Heath and Primrose Hill Park are both within walking distance, and Belsize Park is also close to a variety of fascinating attractions, including the picturesque Hampstead village. In the same area, visitors may well enjoy seeing poet John Keats' house, the Freud Museum, the 17th Century Fenton House, Burgh House (home to Hampstead Museum), Kenwood House with its stunning collection of paintings, and Camden Arts Centre. There are many art galleries, small theatres, leisure centres and cinemas near to Belsize Park, whose own art-house cinema, Screen On The Hill, is in Haverstock Hill.
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Places to Stay near Belsize Park
Premier Inn London Hampstead
Located close to Hampstead Heath and Kenwood House. Ideally situated for a wide variety of restaurants, with bars and boutique stores close by. Within easy reach of M1 and Belsize Park tube station just a ... More
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Guest rooms in a Victorian house on a leafy residential street. Close to tourists attractions, cafes and shops. Parking vouchers available to purchase on request. (Please note that this is ... More
VOTED ONE OF THE TOP TEN HOSTELS WORLDWIDE - SILVER AWARD IN VISITLONDON'S BEST HOSTEL CATEGORY 2006 AND AGAIN IN 2007, BRONZE AWARD IN 2008 Welcome to Palmers Lodge, where ... More
Langorf Hotel and Apartments
Situated to the south of the fashionable Hampstead Village, The Langorf Hotel is in a quiet residential area just 5 minutes walk from Finchley Road Underground, and only 10 minutes from ... More
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In traditional and historic Hampstead village; 12 minutes by tube to central London; 3 minutes from Hampstead tube and 4 minutes from Hampstead Heath.
Originally dating back to 1734, this site was once the home of ... More
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Dawson House Hotel
Set within a charming Victorian house in a peaceful residential road in Hampstead, the hotel is ideally situated within easy reach of London’s city centre and all it has to offer.
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The New Inn is a typically English Inn set in St John's Wood in one of the affluent quiet areas of the suburb. London Zoo, Lords Cricket Ground, and many other ... More
Spread across 4 floors, 198 Suites provides comfortable, modern accommodation for discerning business travellers and tourists alike.
The 10 studios are fully fitted with modern conveniences such as free internet connection, flat-screen ... More
274 Suites are part of a high-regarded chain of London hoteliers. Just a few minuteâ€™s walk away from West Hampstead Station â€“ you are within easy access of all London ... More
Situated on two floors, the 291 Suites cater for discerning business travellers and tourists alike. They are fully fitted with all modern conveniences such as free wireless internet, flat screen ... More
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