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Heathrow Palace
17-19 Haslemere Avenue
Hounslow
London

TW5 9UT | View map

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Heathrow palace is one of the few authentic and a well established guesthouses in the vicinity of Heathrow Airport, providing comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation to a wide range of guests travelling to and from Heathrow. Our friendly and efficient staff ensures that we have an established and trusted name throughout the UK with a reputation for excellent airport accommodation and a courteous, professional service.We are just one stop away from heathrow airport which makes it a ideal location for airport accomodation.

Heathrow palace now is a 100% newly refurbished detached property holding fifteen ensuite rooms catering all types of customers ranging from businesses to holiday makers. Travelers and locals alike have returned to Heathrow palace over the years entrusting us to provide not only comfortable rooms and a tasty breakfast, but also for the numerous facilities we provide adding a touch of homeliness to our guest house. Offering a range of facilities like internet,parking and free flows of tea and coffee.We also have a cute manicured garden to kick back and savor England's temperamental weather. We value all our guests and provide a service second to none.

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