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B and Bs in Hampton Hill

Victorian Villa
3 Park Road
Hampton Hill
London

TW12 1HE | View map

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An 1867 Hampton Hill Villa of Townscape Merit restored to its Victorian splendour. Relax and take yourself on a journey back through time, discovering The Villa's occupants and viewing the many Victorian 'treasures' found.King Edward VII and Lillie Langtree are believed to have visited here. The Villa has its own historic book, written by a Trustee of The Twickenham Museum & Hampton's Local Historian. There are five bedrooms to choose from for this unique Victorian experience:The Pink Room - A Victorian Half-Tester pink silk double bedThe Blue Room - A Victorian Four-Poster blue silk double bedThe Green Room - A Victorian Half-Tester green/pink silk double bedThe White Room - A French antique white silk double bedThe Yellow Room - Twin French antique yellow silk bedsOur rooms are magnificently furnished with original antiques and bathrooms have period baths, basins and showers.All bedrooms have HD ready flat screen televisions with multi-channels, CD, DVD and Computer access.

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