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wembley london - Any BB's Hotels or Hostels-

by irish147

Hi, In Jan I'm off to Wembley London - Any BB's Hotels or Hostels, that are about 30 stg a night...


Thanks

Re: wembley london - Any BB's Hotels or Hostels-

by leics

Have a look at www.hostelworld.com and www.hostelbookers.com

You'd be lucky to find any UK hotel for 30GBP night, especially in London. There are very few b&bs (that is, people offering rooms in their own houses) in central London. The majority of those which call themselves b&bs are really small hotels or guesthouses.

The official tourist information website lists all London accommodation and you can refine your search by area:

www.visitlondon.com/accommodation

Re: wembley london - Any BB's Hotels or Hostels-

by tango_jd

I would reckon on at least £50 a night B&B (I have tried myself for work and they all come out at £50 plus)
Get the tube map and have a look at the stops along the Metropolitan or Jubilee lines then try to find B&Bs along there - its an easy journey to Wembley Park tube which is right on the doorstep of the stadium. (pick one going AWAY from the centre though)
e.g Hillingdon is about 15 mins by Tube.

Re: wembley london - Any BB's Hotels or Hostels-

by mojopac

I think you mean 30 quid an hour!!!

Re: wembley london - Any BB's Hotels or Hostels-

by davesut

It's been a while since I paid for a room by the hour.

Re: wembley london - Any BB's Hotels or Hostels-

by toonsarah

As others have said, you won't find much nearer the centre of London at this price, so looking at the outer suburbs is your best bet.

I don't know this B&B but I know the suburb (Ickenham) very well - it's a very respectable area and a good street
http://www.ivyguesthouse.co.uk/
You'd be about 30 mins from Wembley Park by Underground from here, and it seems they have rooms in your price range.

Another possibility would be http://www.rosshouseguesthouse.co.uk/ - again I don't know it but it's a good area and good value.

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Join the National Trust for amazing places to see

by angiebabe

I was a member of the affiliated organisation in Australia so when I came here I was able to use my membership to visit excellent places/buildings/treasures found in locations all over the UK maintained by this wonderful organisation.

Many wonderful stately homes, historic homes and sites have been bequeathed by people or families to ensure better care or just to stay in a national organisation that will use the property for the general public to enjoy. Membership costs about £43 a year which covers entrance fees to all places and free car parking and goes towards the funds needed to keep this organisation and also acquire properties if an opportunity comes onto the market. This fee is well worthwhile for such an excellent organisation that has such a vast array of properites in its holding and such a range of historic and special places to visit.

An excellent guidebook of all its properties, many shown in colour photographs, is published and mailed out each year with all the information you will need - opening times, special exhibitions or garden seasons, transportation and access.

Ive visited excellent places around the London area - Winston Churchill's home at Chartwell, Scotney Castle, Igtham Mote, Sheffield Park Gardens, Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens, Mottinsfont Abbey - with the most beautiful rose garden Ive ever seen!, and the list goes on.

www.nationaltrust.org.uk

It must change a lot past ten...

by ijaju

It must change a lot past ten year,but what I will do is leave London, go to Oxford, Watford or Luton. There is so many beatiful places nearby London and price drop third. Train is best! Less than hour and you see different England! Traditional English Breakfast, I really love it. Every morning we go different place and everywhere it was EXCELENT!

The National Gallery and the...

by Pegasus74

The National Gallery and the neighbouring Portrait Gallery, accessible from Leicester Sq. or Charing Cross metro station, are both worth more than a glance. The former displays a superb cross-section of Impressionists and post-Impressionists while the latter offers a comprehensive display of portraits. Surprisingly admission is FREE! I never have thought anything can be free in London? Where one has to donate 20p (that's equivalent to almost 3 dimes!) at the washrooms in train stations for every nature call. Where convenient stores or fast food restaurants lock their washrooms unless one again pays to get in.

Anywayz I was particularly impressed by the good collection of Canaletto's paintings on Venice. Today scientists who are trying to save Venice from the effects of sinking and devastating floods have turned to his work to extract clues as to what the sustainable water level in the city should be, as his paintings are considered extremely accurate because he projected real images onto canvas before tracing the pictures with a pen. They are hoping to use the information to establish an optimum flood level if, as conservationists hope, the government decides to build huge flood barriers on the entrances to the Venice Lagoon.

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Maddam Tosso museum.
The...

by eladr

Maddam Tosso museum.
The famous madam tosso museum. The only place to meet all beatles members face to face... Quite long lines to buy tickets in the hot season. But sure it's one of the 'must see' when traveling in london.

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