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B and Bs in Charlton

The Antigalllican
428 Woolwich Road
Charlton
London

SE7 8SU | View map
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The Antigallican Hotel is a B&B Hotel which is also suitable for budget travelers. Conveniently located between historical Greenwich, the forthcoming Olympic Village Site and the famous Millennium dome. When visiting The Anitgallican you can enjoy a mixture of the old and new that characterize this area. Greenwich which is situated right on the river Thames is only a 10 minute train or bus ride. Greenwhich is renowned for historic landmarks such as the Cutty Sark, the last known tea clipper, the Royal Observatory, Greenwich Meantime and the Meridian Line. Greenwich also boasts beautiful architecture, cosy pubs and bustling street markets. Just a few minutes walk in the other direction and you will find the Millennium Dome and the site of the 2012 Olympic Village. The Millennium Dome, also known as the 02 is the main stage for the biggest acts in London.

Charlton train station is a 30 second walk from the hotel and 15 minute train ride to London Bridge station. The Anitgallcan pub situated on the ground floor of the building has a big screen television for guests to follow all the latest sport. There are always specials running for the guests of the hotel and the bar staff are always there for a friendly chat.

Charlton Athletic football ground is just down the road for guests who wish to enjoy football matches.

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