Bed and Breakfast in Westminster
Westminster is at the heart of the capital, home to the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, one of the most famous stretches of Thames Waterside overlooked by The London Eye, and with historic attractions round every corner...
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St George Hotel
A newly refurbished hotel in the very heart of London. All rooms decorated to the highest standard, close to Oxford Street and all major attractions in London.
Sidney Hotel London-Victoria
The Sidney Hotel London-Victoria, an elegant Georgian building recently refurbished, is a favourite haunt of tourists from both home and abroad, and a preferred base for businessmen. The property offers reasonably priced accommodation ensuring that ... More
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Days Inn Westminister
Days Inn Westminster - styled in keeping with Victorian character of the building to create balanced mix of tradition and high standards demanded by todayís travellers. Situated in the heart ... More
Handily located in the heart of Westminster, a fashionable and exclusive area of London, the Sheriff Inn is a comfortable hotel offering genuine budget accommodation.
The property is within walking distance of ... More
University of Westminster Wigram House
Wigram House is a late Victorian mansion block - which has retained many of its original architectural features. The hall offers single and twin study bedrooms, all with washbasins and ... More
Hotel La Place
Set in a peaceful residential street, yet just 1 minute from shops and amenities, this small hotel occupies a convenient position in the heart of Marylebone Village, in Londonís West End.
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Instead of this absurd division into sexes they ought to class people as static and dynamic. - Evelyn Waugh
On this day:
Battle of St Albans - Wars of the Roses starts - 1455, James Iís Bargain Baronets - 1611, Littleportís Bread or Blood Riot Begins - 1816, Britains worst Rail Disaster - 1915, Burgess and Maclean Defect - 1951, Abbeystead Disaster - 1984, Murder of Lee Rigby - 2013
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