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THINGS TO SEE AND DO

STAY…

With Heathrow practically on the doorstep, lots of hotels and B&Bs have set up in Hounslow, so it’s not surprising it’s often the first stop for business people and holiday-makers. The huge variety means you’re bound to find something in your price range. All the major hotel chains are here, including Premier Inn, Travelodge, Ibis Budget and Best Western, with a string of hotels clustered around central Hounslow for the convenience of its many buses and Hounslow Central Tube station. Easy to find and 50 metres from Hounslow Central Tube station is the four-star family-run Crompton Guest House. Based in a tall Victorian town house, at 49 Lampton Road, this comfortable and cosy B&B has rooms with free internet access, private bathrooms, hairdryers, kettles, TVs and DVD players. Reception is open

The Kings Arms Bar and Hotel

24 hours and guests can get private parking for up to 15 days. Just across the road is Days Inn, a three-star hotel at 8-10 Lampton Road, offering free Wi-Fi, room service, a restaurant and late-night lounge. It is accessible for disabled people and offers some parking for a fee. The Kings Arms Bar and Hotel at 19 Boston Manor Road, Brentford, was a coaching inn from the 1840s. The building was extended in 1920, and today is both a hotel with seven en-suite rooms and a traditional pub serving three regular beers, including Fuller’s London Pride. Still in Brentford, the Holiday Inn Brentford Lock overlooks the picturesque waterways of the Grand Union Canal. Built in the shape of a

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Hounslow Pocket Guide 2015  

Published in partnership with the London Borough of Hounslow. 20,000 copies printed and distributed in July/August 2015.

Hounslow Pocket Guide 2015  

Published in partnership with the London Borough of Hounslow. 20,000 copies printed and distributed in July/August 2015.

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