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Ashley hotel
13-17 Norfolk square
Paddington
London

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The Ashley Hotel is a 54-bedrooms hotel comprising three elegant Victorian townhouses. It is situated in the very heart of London, but has the added bonus of being located in a garden square with no through traffic. Therefore, our guests can enjoy the best of both worlds – a quiet hotel which is at the same time just a stone’s throw from all the most popular tourist attractions. Upon arrival all our guests are given their own front door key and bedroom key. Therefore security at the hotel is never compromised, something for which those travelling alone are very grateful. In addition to this our reception staff have instructions never to accept anyone who might indulge in anti-social behaviour. This ensures that the hotel remains a haven of civility. Of course very few other bed & breakfast hotels in London have such high standards, but the Ashley Hotel is under the ownership 30 years experienced. Hotelier and so no one knows how to run a traditional B & B’ better! Most of our reservations come from recommendations and return bookings, proving that our guests feel comfortable.

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