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Charlotte Guest House
195 - 197 Sumatra Road
West Hampstead
London

NW6 1PF | View map
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The Charlotte Guest House is a traditional guest house situated in a prime location in central London. A quiet residential part of Hampstead with excellent connections to London's main shopping, cultural and Business districts as well as other parts of the UK.

We have standard rooms and also with en-suite shower and WC. All rooms have television and tea and coffee making facilities. All rates include breakfast, service and tax. Children are welcome.

For guests staying at least 7 nights we offer a free London Travel Card covering Zones 1 and 2. This covers the main tourist, shopping, cultural and business districts of London.

We are very well placed for travel into these areas and also have very good connections to airports. There is an underground station (jubilee line) at 200 metres, a railway station (Silverlink) at 150 metres and a Thameslink railway station at 75 metres.Three bus routes pass the bus stop.

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Number of Rooms: 48
Number Ensuite: 22
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
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