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Staines Rd, Twickenham TW2 5PE, UK – 0871 527 9108
Staff are very nice and helpful. You will always find parking here. There's a Beef Eater right next door which does good food. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is because you can't order room service.
Stayed here to attend a business meeting in the morning. The hotel was really nice. Bed was comfy and the hotel was close to a few pubs. The beefeater next door served good food and beer but the service wasn't very good but can't fault the hotel.
20-28 Staines Rd, Hounslow TW3 3JS, UK – 020 8577 9137
We are staying at this hotel and we have 2 rooms to ourselves. One room of 3 and one room of 2. Both rooms look modern and fresh, however, are really small. The room of 3 has a bunk bed attached to it which wouldn't really work for any group of seniors but for kids it's great. The toilet is the only thing in walls with the sink outside and the shower door is translucent. Being here with a group of friends is not a good idea but if you're alone or going as a couple it wouldn't be bad. The pricing is good but for a group, the rooms are lacking. The service is 3/5, the cards for our rooms stopped working 3 times under 24 hours and they weren't near a phone or anything like that etc.
The standard rooms have a tiny toilet cubicle just big enough to squeeze in with the toilet, its like a broom cupboard and the sink is in the bedroom which is weird,the shower is separate and rather small too.but the rooms are well made,beds comfy and tidy but very very basic,wooden floors no cupboard.disabled larger rooms have a very large bathroom/wet room and toilet in the same room so if possible I'd recommend the disabled room. There's no kettle in room but you get a free cup of tea or coffee from reception and it's 2 pound for extra.overall tidy basic comfy hotel and short 5 or 110 minute walk to a tube
Lampton Rd, London TW3 1JG, UK – 0871 559 1859
It's decent for the price. Staffs are friendly and the restaurant by the reception serves reasonably priced and delicious food and convenient eat-all-you-can full or healthy breakfast. Rooms has no air-conditioner though so if you visit during summer, you may want to request for extra fans for the day. It wasn't that bad at night though leaving the windows ajar. I happened to be here on summer and around hottest day in London since 1974.
Just your typical Travelodge really, though it is one of the newer ones. Service at reception was very welcoming. No dedicated parking on site, though they do offer paid parking at the ASDA supermarket,though this is a 5 minute walk from the Travelodge. Didn't eat in the restaurant so can't comment on food, but there are plenty of bars and restaurants close by.
Staines Rd, Twickenham TW2 5BB, UK – 020 8898 8112
Lovely pub, awsome food, friendly hosts. Thursday special offer of 2 steak and chips and a bottle of wine is fantastic value. Absolutely recommended.
Amazing pub, very welcoming and hospitable especially to me and my Indian friends. Highly recommend
198 Kingsley Rd, Hounslow TW3 4AR, UK – 020 8572 4878
Good for weekends and summers
Avarage pub. Good selection of drinks.
128 Worton Rd, Isleworth TW7 6EP, UK – 020 8560 2906
Worth a visit. Quirky little pub on the river. Good food too. Nice place for a quick pint and snack.
Love this pub .the staff are just so friendly and helpfull .the food is perfect .
289 Bath Road, Hounslow TW3 3DB, UK – 020 8569 4595
Simple but pleasant place to stay 10-15 minutes by tube from Heathrow. The front desk staff was cheerful and helpful; they even let us use their computer to print boarding passes for our departing flight the next day. The room was clean and quiet --- the only drawback was the shower water, which kept cycling between very hot and very cold, but since we were just there for one night we didn't raise the issue to the staff. We didn't have time to stay for breakfast, but it looked good. It's a ways from central London and the local neighborhood is bland, but for our situation of needing to catch an early flight, it was perfect and I'd definitely stay there again.
Great location. 5 minute walk to the underground. 2 stops to the airport. Nice room. Good breakfast. Friendly staff. Plenty of places to eat close by. What's not to like.
39 Grange Ave, Twickenham TW2 5TW, UK – 020 8894 1055
It ws a joy to stay at The Wright Residence. A warm friendly welcome with excellent accommodation (en suite) with access to a delightful garden. The continental breakfast proved to be a good start to the day and was served in a beautiful room overlooking the garden. Twickenham is a very good base for anyone wishing to visit London but not actually stay there and The Wright Residence is the perfect place to stay.
We stayed at wright residence and found the accommodation excellent in every respect, to wake up to the lovely garden view, then a tasty continental breakfast served in a lovely room overlooking the garden this was a great start to our day at Kew Gardens , well worth a visit, especially the Marianne North Gallery her paintings amazing . A very comfortable few days , thank you for suggesting a visit to nearby Strawberry Hill House .
19 Haslemere Ave, Hounslow TW5 9UT, UK – 020 8384 3333
Very nice staff. The room was small but very clean and comfortable. The bathroom was good and very clean as well.so close to the airport. The easiest way to go is by bus.
Super friendly and helpful staff. Very pleasant stay.
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Jersey Rd, Isleworth TW7 4RB, UK – 020 8232 5050
Very interesting to visit. Makes being a member of the National Trust very worthwhile. When I visited the gardens were very dry and that was just before we got some decent rainfall, so the borders were struggling a bit. Inside the house is magnificent and the floor in the picture gallery is one of the finest English Oak floors I have ever seen and magnificently maintained. The guides throughout the house are very considerate an knowledgeable which provides a great experience. Really recommend a visit here, you will not be disappointed.
It's a lovely park even if you don't belong to NT. The park itself is free (pay and display car park) and there's a lot of walks and picnic areas for people to enjoy. You have to pay to go in the house and house gardens if you aren't NT but if you just want to take your small people out for a walk...... its the place to go.