Mount Mansions

105 Seven Sisters Road, London, N7 7QP, United Kingdom

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Hostel in south west London

by muguruki

I am hoping to go to London sometime this summer and it would make things a lot easier if I was staying in SW London. Anyone out there know of a hostel or affordable B&B in the Kingston area of London? Or as near as possible.

Re: Hostel in south west London

by leics

You can search the official tourist information website by area:

http://www.visitlondon.com/accommodation/

It includes all b&bs, hostels etc.

You can also look at www.hostelworld.com or www.hostelbookers.com and the YHA (Youth Hostel Association) website on:

http://www.yha.org.uk/find-accommodation/london/index.aspx

Re: Hostel in south west London

by Trekki

Is Chiswick too far for you? The one I mean is located 5 min from Turnham Green tube station (zone 2), district line, 3 stations west of Hammersmith where you could change into Picadilly line.
The one I mean is Swan Private Guesthouse, huge rooms, lovely owner, exceptionally reasonable rates: 27,50 GBP including breakfast. I wrote a review about it (also has link to the website and to the location on google maps)
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/80c21/4b7ec/3/

Re: Hostel in south west London

by muguruki

Hi Ingrid.
I came across your tip before I posted the question so if I can't find anywhere nearer I'll try and get in at the Swan private guest house. Chiswick should't be too far as long as the tube strike doesn't contnue!

Re: Hostel in south west London

by Trekki

Oh, Neil, yes, I didn't thought of the actual strike! But I can confirm that - if it runs - it is quick .-)

Travel Tips for London

To tell the truth, there is no...

by jonny_b

To tell the truth, there is no single activity that is better than all the rest in London, as there are just so many things to do here! Yet some of the things you must see when in London are the Towers of London, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace, the Natural History Museum, 'Big Ben' and also the new London Eye wheel on the banks of the Thaemes. You must also go shopping in Oxford Street, its expensive, yet a good experience. The first time I ever went to London was when I went to the Natural History Museum, on Cromwel Street. This is unlike any other museum due to the many 'hands on activities' and also the 'Earthquake simulater' in the Earth galleries. Other good memories of London include seeing all the major sights and going shopping, and just travelling around the city.

Easy and very handy

by Mique

Bought this booklet a few years back and it was a very good investment. It only costs a few pounds and you can find them anywhere for sale. Apart from the street maps there is also information on places of interest, museums and such and although this info is very summary it will give you most of the necessary details. IT also has a tube map, a street index, info on public transport and so on. And all that in a small book that fits easily in a big coat pocket or (hand)bag. And it is still easy to use when it is very windy....

Drink, errr...see some...

by bcc8

Drink, errr...see some Beefeaters That's me and a Beefeater (I'm the one on the left :-P ) Beefeaters are the caretakers of the Tower of London. They are also nice enough to give visitors tours and submit to many, many photos. The beefeater moniker may have been derived from their fondness for roast beef. The E II R on the Beefeater's uniform means Elizabeth the Second, Regina...in other words Queen Elizabeth II.

Behaviour on the Underground

by maryamy

Always remember this...
If you are travelling on the Underground at rush hour, don't bother smiling at people. Everyone is too busy being stressed.
At other times people are more relaxed and might appreciate your smile.

A typical city packing list

by Papillon82

You should really bring a bag to hold all your camera, purse etc. so they are not on view, and this bag should fasten well to deter pickpockets. Comfortable Shoes! You cannot avoid walking, so it is best to wear flat shoes. Just the usual equipment.

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