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Harmondsworth Hall
Summerhouse Lane
West Drayton


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Harmondsworth Hall ia a large 17th century grade two listed building, with charming charachter, set in a small peaceful village with two pubs and a 12th century church, which is mentioned in the Doomsday book. The Hall is in an ideal location, situated only 7 minuites from Heathrow Airport, and yet not on the flight path. Harmondsworth Village is in close proximity to the M25 and M4 motorways, with easy access to London. We are a small family run business with 9 bedrooms, each of which has individual character. They all have vanity units, or en suite bathrooms, tea making facilites and television.

Harmondsworth Hall offers off road parking and the facility is available for guests to leave their vehicles parked while they are abroad on business or pleasure. We also offer a pick up or drop off service for guests arriving or departing from Heathrow, if prior arrangements are made.

A truly unique experience


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
Nearest Airport: London Heathrow
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