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Aberdeen Guest House
14 Argyle Road
Ilford
Essex

IG1 3BQ | View map

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Close to the very centre of Ilford, this small guest house is just metres from the railway station, with trains running every 10 minutes to London Liverpool Street. The Aberdeen Guest House caters mainly for tourists and contract workers and has a convenient location, very close to Ilford’s train station. Trains run regularly to London, making the guest house a convenient, great-value base from which to visit the capital. Free public parking is available on site for guests. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes nearby, offering a variety of cuisines from all over the world. Each room has a TV and a DVD player. Breakfast cereals and tea/coffee making facilities are available in the room. Free wireless internet access is available in all of the rooms. The guest house offers a range of accommodation to suit the needs and budgets of all travellers, including en suite double rooms. Single, twin and triple rooms with shared bathroom facilities are also available. A small family business, the Aberdeen Guest House prides itself on its clean, comfortable accommodation and its friendly, relaxing atmosphere.

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