B&B in London

Hello!

Anyone here who knows a nice, not too expensive b&b i London?

I realy like to go there for a short shopping trip in october but as a singelmum with two teenagers I cant spend too much on just a fun trip for myself.

By the way, Im from Sweden.

Thanks...//Nilla
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There are several members that have travelled to England, as well as British curlies on this board that may have some recommendations.

Where in Sweden are you? I have family in Goteborg and Stockholm.
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It depends on how close you want to stay to the main attractions and the city. The closer to the centre of London you get the more expensive it is.

I usually stay in Millennium Baileys in Kensington but the company pays and I have no idea what it costs.

You can either use a search site as has already been suggested, or use a well-established chain.
There are two chains who run basic but good accomodation, Premier Travel Inn and Travel Lodge. The rooms are always clean but Premier Travel Inn is the better of the two.

http://www.premierinn.com

http://www.travelodge.co.uk/index.php

If you want a more traditional bed and breakfast rather than an hotel this site is quite good

http://www.bed-and-breakfast-london.co.uk/

This one looks quite good and the location is great - I really like Notting Hill (and you may see a few celebrities there too) - it's close to the London Underground on the Circle line so it's easy to get anywhere:

http://www.bed-and-breakfast-london....ottinghill.htm

The prices will be more expensive during the October school holiday but unfortunately I don't have the dates yet.

Hope that helps!
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Thanks!

I live in Falköping, a small town about 1,5 hour from Gothenburg who is our nearest bigger town.
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Originally Posted by cyndi
Thanks, shall take a look at once..
It depends on how close you want to stay to the main attractions and the city. The closer to the centre of London you get the more expensive it is.

I usually stay in Millennium Baileys in Kensington but the company pays and I have no idea what it costs.

You can either use a search site as has already been suggested, or use a well-established chain.
There are two chains who run basic but good accomodation, Premier Travel Inn and Travel Lodge. The rooms are always clean but Premier Travel Inn is the better of the two.

http://www.premierinn.com

http://www.travelodge.co.uk/index.php

If you want a more traditional bed and breakfast rather than an hotel this site is quite good

http://www.bed-and-breakfast-london.co.uk/

This one looks quite good and the location is great - I really like Notting Hill (and you may see a few celebrities there too) - it's close to the London Underground on the Circle line so it's easy to get anywhere:

http://www.bed-and-breakfast-london....ottinghill.htm

The prices will be more expensive during the October school holiday but unfortunately I don't have the dates yet.

Hope that helps!
Originally Posted by janeyliz

Great, thanks, it will help alot.

I like London a lot, in my youth I was there atleast two times a year. Notting hill is realy nice.

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