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From its humble beginnings as a tiny roadside village called Bexley New Town in a heathland area notorious for highwaymen, Bexleyheath has grown into an important centre for shopping and entertainment, situated on the border of Kent and Greater London. The residents of its tree-lined streets enjoy their proximity to stores and malls, cinema, a sports complex, a tenpin bowling alley, a golf club and a number of scenic parks. The most beautiful is undoubtedly the 180-acre Danson Park, which offers both historic and contemporary attractions. Sporting facilities in the park include football, tennis, putting, bowling, orienteering and cycling, while its spectacular lake allows for fishing, rowing, boating and other water-based activities. A 200-year-old oak tree stands proudly amid the landscaped grounds, which at one time formed a private estate surrounding Danson Mansion. This fine 18th Century Palladian house, a Grade I-listed building, is open to visitors. Not far away is Red House, a magnificent Victorian Gothic building with many original features and pieces of furniture. A good base for day trips, Bexleyheath is close to the countryside and has fast links to London by train and road. It's only 15 minutes' drive from Bluewater, Europe's largest shopping centre.


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Bexleyheath Marriott (0.71 miles)

Bexleyheath Marriott

Classic service and flexibility combine for an outstanding experience at the Bexleyheath Marriott Hotel. Located close to Junction 2 of the M25 and easily accessible to London, Greenwich, the O2 Arena and Bluewater, Europe’s largest ... More | visit website

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Holiday Inn London Bexley (1.18 miles)

Holiday Inn London Bexley

You are assured of a warm welcome at the Holiday Inn London Bexley, a modern hotel based around a traditional 1930’s red-brick pub building. We are situated in the centre of Bexley and offer parking ... More | visit website

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Abbey Wood Short Stay (2.11 miles)

Abbey Wood Short Stay

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EOT 2 star rating house situated in Abbey wood, 17 minutes into London by train, 8 minutes into Greenwich for Canary Wharf. Abbey wood station, 7 min walk. Our Digital ... More

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Rowhill Grange Hotel & Spa (3.64 miles)

Rowhill Grange Hotel & Spa

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This deluxe hotel is 5 minutes away from the M25/M20. It is just 10 minutes from Ebbsfleet International and Bluewater – Europe’s largest shopping centre. London is 30 minutes away. Winner of ... More

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Comfort Zone @ Vista River View Serviced Apartments (3.74 miles)

Comfort Zone @ Vista River View Serviced Apartments

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Why use Comfort Zone Apartments Ltd?You won't want to use a hotel ever again once you've stayed in a luxurious Self-Catering Serviced Apartment from Comfort Zone.Comfort Zone specialise in letting ... More

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London Docklands Apartments (4.24 miles)

London Docklands Apartments

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Set on the banks of the Thames, this stunning 'wow factor' development commands superb views over the river and City. Ideal for accessing the 02 Arena, ExCel ... More

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Crown Inn (4.43 miles)

Crown Inn

The newly refurbished Crown Inn has 7 brand new en-suite bedrooms, a bar and restaurant with a'la carte menu. The Crown overlooks beautiful Chislehurst Common. If you enjoy walking, then Chislehurst is on one of the ... More | visit website

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Mary Rose Inn (4.69 miles)

Mary Rose Inn

In the heart of this ancient village, close to the M20 and M25, this charming 16th century property has been recently renovated and now offers comfortable accommodation at great-value rates. The ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Rainham (4.78 miles)

Premier Inn Rainham
Conveniently located for Rainham train station and just 10 miles from London City Airport. For shops and local amenities Rainham town centre is only 3 miles away. Our Rainham Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly ... More | visit website
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The Antigalllican (4.89 miles)

The Antigalllican
The Antigallican Hotel is a B&B Hotel which is also suitable for budget travelers. Conveniently located between historical Greenwich, the forthcoming Olympic Village Site and the famous Millennium dome. When visiting The ... More | visit website

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