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London Guest House
167 Horn Lane
Acton
London

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London Guest House is a brand new development right in the heart of West London. It is a friendly, family run bed and breakfast.

Hotel is in a pleasant residential area with attractive local shopping & a fantastic bus service right outside the doorstep. Oxford Street/Hyde Park is a mere 10 Mins Drive and Heathrow Airport Is Approx. 15 Mins Drive from the Guest House. Wembley Stadium Is Just 10 Mins Away and BBC TV Complex & Park Royal Industrial Estates Are A Stone's Throw Away.

The premises is protected 24-hours by security cameras with video recording. 24 Hrs Reception , All prices including Breakfast , Hair drier and Iron can be provided up on request.

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Number of Rooms: 16
Number Ensuite: 16

Price per Room:

Double: £59
Twin: £59
Triple Room £75; Quad £85: Family £95
Single: £40
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Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms - All rooms
Open All Year
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