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Avonmore Guest Accommodation
66 Avonmore Road
Kensington
London

W14 8RS | View map

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Privately owned and run hotel, a winner of a national Award for the best private Hotel in London organised by 'AA'. Within easy walking distance from West Kensington Underground Station and main bus routes. The Avonmore is a traditional Victorian period house which has been converted into a private and intimate B&B. We won the National Award for the best Private Hotel in London organised by 'AA' and we are awarded Three stars for high quality accommodation and services. It is located in a quiet, leafy residential street in Kensington, close to Kensington High Street and within 4 minutes walking distance to public transport (underground trains and buses). Olympia Exbibition Centre is only four minutes walk away and Earls Court Exhibition Hall only 10 minutes walk away. Staying at the Avonmore Hotel, you have the best of both worlds: the charm of living amongst real Londoners and yet you are only a few minutes from the centre. Each bedroom has been tastefully decorated and comfortably furnished to make your stay as relaxing as possible. All our rooms are equipped with modern facilities, such as colour TV and wireless internet connection.

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Nearest Train Station: West Kensington
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Number of Rooms: 9
Number Ensuite: 7
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