Centaur Hotel

21 Avonmore Road, London, W14 8RP, United Kingdom
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Hotel with a pub

by ChgoKid

Hi, 3 friends and I will be spending 3 days in London in late November. I would like to book 2 rooms in a modest hotel somewhere convenient to a tube stop and preferably one with an authentic pub located on or very near the premises. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. We have spent time in London before and will be taking the train on to Scotland for 3 days as well.

Re: Hotel with a pub

by Agraichen

You'll get better answers from locals, but last time I was there I stayed at the Trusthouse Forte (spelling may be off) in Piccadily. It's near the Piccadily tube, and there are plenty of pubs within a blocks crawling distance.

Re: Hotel with a pub

by tropicrd

Earls Court and any other tube stop in this area has pubs with accomodation.

Re: Hotel with a pub

by planxty

Basically anywhere in london is within easy walking (or staggering!) distance of a pub. Decide what hotel you want, then VT mail me and I will suggest some good pubs in the area. I consider myself somtwhat of an expert on the subject!

If you are prepared to take a bit of a chance there are some good last minute deals on this site which basically sells off unsold rooms at the last minute and pretty cheap. You can make your money go further this way and there are bound to be good offers in November which is not high tourist season.


Hope this assists,


Re: Hotel with a pub

by maremma

http://www.brookgreenhotel.co.uk/ this has a pub attached from here the underground at Shepherds Bush Hannersmith and City Line to Euston or Kings Cross

http://www.marstonsinns.co.uk/ click onto the hand and flower the tube is across the road Olympia Station and i think you can get a train and bus to Euston or Kings Cross for your onward journey to Scotland is a stones throw from hand and flower
hope this helps

Travel Tips for London

I love...

by jgemini65

I love Cathedrals...consequently, I believe St. Paul's is a definite must see! Can you believe how massive this building is! I am standing on the steps and I am nearly invisible...so huge! I love monumental structures! Great!!

Great London Walks #1: The Southbank of the Thames

by M0B1US

My favourite walk in London, taking in some of London's premier attractions!

If you start on the south side of Westminster Bridge outside the Marriott Hotel, you have a pleasant walk ahead of you that has many little diversions and can be as long or short as you want, with the handy RV1 bus running parallel with the route for much of the way...

As well as the attractions, there are plenty of opportunities for stopping for a coffee, or a bite to eat along the way - like Gabriel's Wharf which has several bars and restaurants, as well as some boutique shopping.

The basic walk is about two miles, although you can pad this out by going further past Tower Bridge, or crossing for small detours across to attractions like Somerset House, St Pauls Cathedral or the Tower of London and St Catherine's Dock...

There is more than enough for a whole day of activities - though to do it justice we're really talking several days at least, which is why it is so good living here and doing the walk piece by piece because after well over a decade of taking this walk, there are still a number of places even I haven't yet visited...

If I were to recommend a time to visit, I would say beginning your walk on a Friday morning during the Globe's theatre run, as it would be a pity to miss out on an authentic Shakespearian play here of all places... Also, Friday and Saturday are the market days of the epicurean playground of Borough Market - I recommend Fridays because as a weekday it will be less busy, better still arrange to miss the UK's school summer holidays...!

I'm only touching the surface with this tip, for a complete run down of the attractions on offer, please read my 'A Walk along the Southbank' and 'Borough Market' Travelogues...

These should give you an insight into a part of London that has been in continuous habitation since the Roman Times, with attractions running the gamut of ages from that time right the way up to the present... I always like to come down here at least once or twice a month - so much of my life's experiences are firmly inbued along these several miles...

Working at Shell Centre for four years across from the Royal Festival Hall, I have visited practically every pub or club at some point, drinking with workmates, planning overseas holidays with friends, courting girlfriends, having surprise leaving parties, celebrating birthdays, attending openings, having life's ups and downs - just being myself enjoying a moment of solitude on the banks of the Thames...

If I were to pick a favourite part of the walk, it would have to be the stretch between the Anchor Pub (Blackfriars Bridge) and London Bridge (Pictured) - there's something about the narrow cobbled streets and the feeling that you have just been transported back a couple of centuries...

It is here that you are enveloped by the sheer history of the place!

My suggested starting point is at the statue of a large white lion by Westminster Bridge and County Hall. Map: www.streetmap.co.uk/newmap.srf?x=531241&y=180433&z=1&sv=531250,180250&st=4&ar=Y&mapp=newmap.srf&searchp=newsearch.srf

Take a boat cruise and bus tour

by londonlover

The view from a tourist boat is lovely looking back towards Tower Bridge on a cloudy day. These boats depart from the dock next to the Tower of London, and if you buy a Big Bus ticket, a boat ride up the Thames to Westminster is included! http://bigbus.co.uk/
The Big Bus Tour is a great way to see the city from above ground. When you rely primarily on the Tube (my preferred London transport method, by the way!), you sometimes want to see how it all connects together above ground, and this is the way to do it!

English culture book

by orlikins

I picked up a copy of "The English" by Jeremy Paxman while waiting for my connection at Heathrow. Itis a very well-written book on the various idiosynacrisies about England, her culture and explores all the well-known cliches like the English fascination with the weather and what does it mean to be English rather than British. Highly recommended and most importantly - its not boring! :)

See London the way the locals do

by leigh767

Picnic blanket- London is not all about whizzing from one sight seeing spot to another. Learn to appreciate the city the way the locals do: there are an incredible variety of parks here and if you're coming in the summer and pack your picnic gear. Have a sandwich on the sprawling lawns and enjoy the summer fun.

Hampstead Heath is a great park for this as it's on a hill and overlooks the entire city. Take bus 24 or the tube.


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