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Tel code: 0208 | code search
Postcode: NW10 | code search
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Birthplace of:
Ronald Coase
Michael Winner

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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

Latest reviews

London Northwest Hotel
"we stayed here for a week at a very reasonable price. Its great as a budget hotel to stay at, the room was clean and a good size, the ..." More

Bridge Park Hotel
"Bad Points: WE DID NOT STAY THERE,IT WAS TOTALLY UNSUITABLE General review: THE HOTEL WAS RUNDOWN,IN A RUNDOWN AREA.THERE WAS NOTHING THERE THAT I WANTED TO EXPERIENCE.

Date visited: 2008-02-24 ..." More

Ned Kelly's Backpackers Hostel
"The sheets were clean - the rest wasn't. The price was high - and so was the music in the pub just below our room. Luckely for us they played on ..." More

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Willesden, a busy district of north-west London, is known for a cosmopolitan population that includes a loyal Irish community. Once a destination for pilgrims visiting the shrine of the Black Virgin at St Mary's Church, Willesden was a countryside settlement until the railway came in 1879. Today, a church of the same name remains on the site, and visitors can take home samples of holy water from a spring flowing underneath. The atmosphere of Willesden is coloured by the past, with many Edwardian and Victorian houses, some converted into flats. These are much in demand among families and young professionals as well as people moving to this more affordable area from expensive neighbourhoods. Small shops and grocery stores are much in evidence too alongside the usual high-street brand names and an assortment of boutiques, bars and restaurants. The old library has been refurbished as a home for Brent Museum, a bookshop and a cinema showing both mainstream and foreign films. Also new is Willesden Sports Centre, a multi-million pound facility. Outdoor sports including tennis are available at Gladstone Park, a formal Victorian district park which also offers gardens, a duck pond, a wildlife area, an art gallery and a café.

Accountant

Doshi & Co

Attraction

Grange Museum of Community History

Cinema

Belle Vue Willesden

Hostel

Accommodation London

Market

Willesden Market

Restaurant

Sabras Restaurant

School

Donnington Primary School

Taxi

Cheetah

Shops

Blue Mountain Peak
Menz & Co
Revital Health Shop
Homebase

Places to Stay near Willesden

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Bridge Park Hotel (0.81 miles)

Bridge Park Hotel

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Enjoy comfort, hospitality, and convenience at an ideal location. Easy access to business, shopping and entertainment centers. Facilities include Free ample car park, Hotel bar, Sky Sport, dining & Room service, ... More

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Abbey Point Cafe and B&B (0.81 miles)

Abbey Point Cafe and B&B
Abbey point a new concept in budget accommodation in London. Located ideally Abbey Point is ten minutes from the centre of London but also ten minutes away from the outskirts. Abbey Point sets a new ... More | visit website
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Crown Moran Hotel (1.24 miles)

Crown Moran Hotel

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Located in northwest London, just 15 minutes from the west end by bus or tube, this striking hotel adjoins a very famous grade II listed Victorian pub via a steel ... More | visit website

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Cricklewood Lodge Hotel (1.29 miles)

Cricklewood Lodge Hotel
Cricklewood Lodge is your London home away from home as we offer cosy accommodation with a friendly family atmosphere. Our recently refurbished hotel includes a wide variety of rooms with both ensuite and shared facilites. ... More | visit website
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The Black Lion (1.80 miles)

The Black Lion

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Welcome to Blacklion Guesthouse. The Black Lion Guesthouse is a beautiful period building based in Kilburn North West London. It combines a bar and restaurant downstairs with stunning features and ... More

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Holiday Inn London Brent Cross (1.85 miles)

Holiday Inn London Brent Cross

Welcome to the Holiday Inn London Brent Cross, a modern and stylish hotel ideally located at the foot of M1 motorway, making it an excellent choice if you are looking for a hotel near Wembley ... More | visit website

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Palm Hotel (1.87 miles)

Palm Hotel
Located just four and a half miles from central London's Oxford Circus and only five minutes from the M1 motorway, Palm Hotel is ideally located for both business and private users.The hotel is privately owned ... More | visit website
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Ibis London Wembley (1.91 miles)

Ibis London Wembley

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Ibis London Wembley is 12 minutes by train from the city centre (Marylebone), one minute walk from Wembley Stadium and 3 minutes from Wembley Arena. This new, modern building offers 24 hour ... More

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Premier Inn London Wembley (1.92 miles)

Premier Inn London Wembley

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This impressive modern building offers superb views of the new Wembley National Stadium and Concert Arena. Here, you’ll find clean, comfortable rooms and receive warm, friendly and efficient service from all ... More | visit website

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Holiday Inn Express Park Royal (1.93 miles)

Holiday Inn Express Park Royal
The Holiday inn Express Park Royal is ideal for business and leisure travelers, offering the convenience of location to London Heathrow Airport and Central London. Access to London's public transport system is readily available with ... More | visit website

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