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B and Bs in Forest Gate

Forest Gate Hotel
105 Godwin Rd
Forest Gate

E7 0LW | View map

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The Forest Gate offers very basic accommodation and is therefore ideal for tourists and students who are travelling on a budget. Rates are considerably cheaper than those of more central hotels and transport links from Forest Gate make travelling around East London easy; with train access to Central London. The majority of rooms are singles; but double; triple and twin rooms are also available. The Gate is self-catering accommodation; so there is a well-equipped kitchen for saving money on meals. Forest Gate Hotel enjoys a peaceful location in East London. The hotel is close to Stratford; where there is a large shopping and leisure complex. You will also be within easy reach of Upton Park; which is the home of West Ham Football Club. A short train ride will take you into the centre of the city; where you can explore the many attractions the West End has to offer. Set in the upper 2 floors of a traditional Victorian public house; this hotel provides value-for-money accommodation and easy access to central London.The Forest Gate Hotel has a typical East London pub on the ground floor which will give any tourist a true feeling of East London life and the inhabitants that live in this multi-national area. You could while away a pleasant evening in the pub and possibly play the traditional games of darts or pool or maybe watch sports on the big screen.This comfortable hotel combines a peaceful location with a homely atmosphere; as well as offering easy access to central London.

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