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Shepiston Lodge
31 Shepiston Lane
Hayes

Heathrow
London

UB3 1LJ | View map

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In contrast to larger hotels, this small, family-run hotel prides itself on comfort and friendliness, providing a home-from-home experience in Hayes, Middlesex, only 1.5 miles away from Heathrow Airport. Embodying the highest of traditional values, Shepiston Lodge aims to offer a personal service and, most importantly, great value for money. Whether you are working in the area, starting your holiday or just visiting London or the Heathrow area, with 17 years of same experience, the owners will endeavour to give you a stress-free stay.

Despite the close proximity to Heathrow, the lodge is not directly in the flight path, ensuring a peaceful night’s sleep. Shepiston is also within easy reach of major motorway and trunk routes and Central London – London Paddington Station is just 20 minutes away by train.

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Nearest Train Station: Hayes
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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
AA 3 Diamonds
Nearest Airport: London Heathrow

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Continental Breakfast
Double: £60
Twin: £60
Single: £45
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