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B and Bs in Notting Hill

Nottinghill Guest House
72 Holland Park Avenue
Notting Hill
London

W11 3QZ | View map
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We are very close to the centre of London just 2 doors from Holland Park Tube Station busses to and from the centre stop outside our door. Further we boast an all night bus service to and from the centre every 10 minutes.
Holland Park is one of the nicest areas of London it is central and a safe area. Situated two doors down from the Holland Park Tube Station we are minutes away from many of the main attractions that London offers.
Within Holland Park itself you will find Japanese gardens, many beautiful flower walks and an open air theatre. childrens play areas and an area for feeding the numerous peacocks, squirrels, pigeons, rabbits and crows.
Our location is also a short walk fromthe world famous Portobello Road antique market, Kensington High Street the trendy world famous shopping street which was frequented by Princess Diana and of course Kensington Palace.
We offer value for money accommodation which is decent, comfortable, well looked after and very well located to the countless historical and modern attractions of London.

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