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B and Bs in Finsbury Park

Ossian House
20 Ossian Road
Finsbury Park
London

N4 4EA | View map
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Hosts Ann and John Ashman are from County Cork in Ireland and the gift of the Blarney certainly holds true here. The atmosphere here is informal, friendly and truly welcoming.

The three rooms are delightfully furnished and reflect Ann's keen eye for detail and style. Guests can relax in deep comfy sofas in the lounge or retire to their rooms to watch television.

Though dinner is not available the Ashman's are delighted to recommend a local restaurant, but even though you may not dine don't miss the hearty Irish breakfast. It's a great start to a hectic day in London.

Front door keys are given and all guests are collected from Finsbury Park Station on arrival.

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Nearest Train Station: Finsbury Park
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Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Room:

Double: 80 - 90
Twin: 85
Single: 65
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