scenic accommodation in S.W. London
|| Go for out of the ordinary
accommodation by choosing from a number of hotels in
unusual locations dotted around South West London.
Whether you’re looking for a leafy hideaway in
Kensington or a beautiful Victorian hotel away from
the hustle and bustle of London life, there’s
a room with a view waiting for your booking.
Cannizaro House [map],
West Side, Wimbledon Common, is a delightful Georgian
building which has built up an excellent reputation for
its warm and friendly staff.
Situated on the edge of Wimbledon Common the Cannizaro
might look like a country house but it’s also
close enough to the action, being just 20 minutes from
its nearest underground or a nine mile drive from Central
If you’re keen to find a perfect balance between
luxury, privacy and location choose the Draycott [map],
Cadogen Gardens, which is situated next to London’s
most fashionable districts of Chelsea [map] and Knightsbridge [map].
Offering a comfortable environment away tucked away in
a quiet street the Draycott offers excellent facilities
and friendly staff are on hand to ensure your visit is
a pleasant one.
The Royal Horseguards [map],
Whitehall Court, is a large impressive hotel with views
across the River Thames from most bedrooms. Located within
walking distance of all the top London attractions including
the Royal Festival Hall [map] and the London Eye Millennium
Wheel [map], this hotel offers one of the best views across
England’s capital city as well as a distinctive
charm all of its own.
For Victorian splendour check into the Barkston Gardens
Barkston Gardens. The Barkston Gardens Hotel is a converted
Victorian House with conference and restaurant facilities.
It is located just two minutes from Earl’s Court
underground station and set in a quiet conservation area
within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Staying in Barkston Gardens the Best Western
Burns Hotel [map], offers a stunning exterior which
is complemented by a private walled garden in which
to chill out or enjoy a drink from the Ellen
Terry Bar [map]. There’s also the opportunity
to dine al fresco in the patio restaurant.
If you want to comment on our choices or recommend somewhere,
why not use our What
You Recommend form to let us know.