My Bed and Breakfast Bed and Breakfast in Barnes offers a peaceful location whilst still being within reach of Central London. This stylish, non-smoking, family home is situated in South West London in pretty Barnes Village. The village with its green and duck pond is famous for the Oxford and Cambridge boat race, and the London Wetlands Centre. It is within easy reach of Wimbledon tennis. Twickenham Rugby stadium is a short train ride away. Also within close proximity are historic Richmond upon Thames, Richmond Park and Roehampton University, as well as Queen Mary’s University Hospital and the National Tennis Centre. Entertainment at the Hammersmith Apollo is a short bus ride away.
Offering three cosy rooms in a period family home, Bed and Breakfast in Barnes is ideal for those wanting comfortable accommodation away from the bustle of the city centre but within easy reach of the capital’s many attractions There are a variety of restaurants within a short walk of the Bed and Breakfast – the closest (3 mins walk) being a typically English pub, which serves home cooked meals at reasonable prices. Within a 10 minute walk are wine bars, brasseries, Indian and Chinese restaurants and a fish and chip shop.
There are three rooms, a double, twin and single with access to shared facilities. All rooms are bright, clean and comfortably furnished, and are equipped with a television, hairdryer and tea and coffee tray. They can be let as single rooms subject to availability. Guests can enjoy a continental or full English breakfast each morning. – with my famous home made marmalade!
Situated in peaceful Barnes village close to the London Wetland Centre, with easy transport to the centre of London, Wimbledon Tennis and Roehampton University.
We offer a warm welcome, and comfortable accommodation with a delicious full English breakfast.
Wishing you all the very best for the festive season, which ever event you are celebrating. I am now fully booked on Christmas Day, but some space Christmas week and a couple of rooms left on New year's eve. Book now for 2017 at 2016 prices!
The leaves are falling around Barnes Pond -
The walk to the station is now a green tunnel to walk down, Summer is here despite the weather
The bluebells on the walk to the station are looking great - perhaps spring really is here
The garden is waking up from winter and looking good