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Gidea Park Hotel
115 Main Rd
Gidea Park

Romford
Essex

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Gidea Park Hotel is a Three star hotel, Built in 1880, owned originally by Sir Henry Raphael. All rooms are all en-suite, executive rooms have freeview televisions, direct-dial telephone and tea / coffee-making facilities. Discounts are avialable for group bopokings and long term stays. Breakfast is served in the dining area, Monday to Friday between 7:00am and 9:00am; weekends and bank holidays between 8:00am and 9:30am, where you can enjoy either a Continental of a Full English Breakfast. We are situated on the A118 between Gallows Corner on the A12 and Romford town centre, five minutes from the M25 at Junction 28. The local village offers two pubs,'The Archers' and 'The Ship' a wine bar and two restaurants, although a licenced bar is available at the hotel itself as well as a restaurant open Monday to Friday. Romford town centre is quite large and is only a fifteen minute walk away. It offers most facilities in eating, shopping and entertainment. Romford boasts a 750 year-old local market, which is open on Wednesday, Fridays and Saturdays. Close by is Romford Golf Course, along with a restaurant (on the side of the Unicorn), a "good old English" style pub and a new "fun type" pub. For those night people, Romford sports several night-clubs and pubs, including "Secrets", "Time & Envy", "The Moon and Stars'", "131", "Brannigans", "Pacific Edge", and "Yates". The West End of London is accessible via Gidea Park Station and will take you into in only Liverpool St. Station in only 20 minutes.

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