Guesthouses in South East London
|| People choose to stay
in a guesthouse for a number of reasons.
Perhaps you’re travelling alone and want to feel
part of the family in a comfortable and traditional
environment or maybe you simply want a real
English breakfast. Whatever your motives, you’re
sure to find a guesthouse that meets your needs.
Head to Lewisham [map] for some fine traditional
accommodation. If you want to discover the tourist spots
that nobody but the locals know about, check into one
of the many family-run places like Manna House [map],
Hither Green Lane, Lewisham. This is located in a typical residential area and is particularly
appealing to visitors from overseas who can see the
suburbs that wouldn’t be available to view in
a busy London hotel.
Also try Star House [map],
Hither Green, Lewisham. This beautiful white-washed Victorian
building offers an art-deco interior and rooms
with a black and white movie theme. Visitors are greeted
with a warm drink after their journey to the hotel and
can enjoy a continental or cooked breakfast and a packed lunch (at a small charge).
Close by is Catford [map] and here you’ll
find some great B&B’s offering simple and homely accommodation.
Try The Heathers [map],
Verdant Lane, Catford, which is particularly welcoming
to children, and is therefore a great option for a small
family. Nearby is The Broughton Bed and Breakfast [map],
Ringstead Road, Catford, SE6. This stylish house was built
in 1896 and offers rooms with views onto a large exotic
rear garden. This is also a great place to enjoy a
traditional cooked English breakfast.
The Hazeldene Bed and Breakfast [map],
Brownhill Road, Catford, offers friendly accommodation
and hot drinks at any time at no extra charge, perfect
for caffeine addicts everywhere. The Hazeldene has its
own dining room serving a range of breakfasts including
a traditional cooked meal and continental fayre.
Go for Victorian style in Greenwich [map] and
try one of several period houses. Meadowcroft Lodge is just five minutes from Greenwich station at
Southwood Road, Eltham. Meadowcroft offers customers a
friendly family-run base from which to tour South
East London. For something on a grander scale try Devonport
King William Walk, Greenwich, which offers views across
the River Thames and The Royal Observatory [map].
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