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B and Bs in Waterloo

Mad Hatter
3-7 Stamford Street
Waterloo
London

SE1 9NT | View map

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Behind this typical nineteenth London facade is a contemporary, up-to-date Hotel, with every modern facility in its 30 large comfortable bedrooms. Within close proximity to one of the oldest parts of London, the 'Borough', well known to Shakespeare and Dickens. Originally a Victorian millinery factory. An ideal location for all that London has to offer, culture, music. Within walking distance is the Tate Modern, Vinopolis, South Bank, the famous Borough Road food market, London Bridge and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, to name just a few.

30 quality bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, Sky television, direct dial telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, trouser press, hairdryer, fully air-conditioned public areas, Wireless high speed internet connection, laundry facilities, large bar and eating area and disabled facilities (lift to all floors).

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