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The William IV
786 Harrow Road
Kensal Rise

NW10 5JX | View map

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The King William IV is a newly refurbished guesthouse based in North West London, perfectly placed accomodation for your visit to London. The hotel has all the facilities that you would expect from reputable London hotels. The property is near bus routes that run all night so that you can get the most from your time in London. The bus stop is less that 1 minute from our front door and we are within easy access to the world famous Portobello Market. We have a 24 hour check-in and a late check-out is available. If you are just looking for a retreat for an hour over lunch with friends and colleagues, a romantic meal in outstanding surroundings or indeed you are in the party mood and fancy a drink to get your night started then head to The King William IV Guesthouse for all this and much, much more. Breakfast is served between 7:00am to 9:00am. Choose from selection of breads, cheeses, ham, salami, yoghurts and cereals. The King William IV Guesthouse is located on the Harrow Road and can be recommended as a great place to stay. Rooms have been built recently and are equipped with freeview television, ensuite bathrooms and full central heating. Excellent top quality fresh food, typically with a Mediterranean influence, can be enjoyed at the restaurant and pub. We are proud to offer good quality accommodation. Book or make an enquiry online - our friendly and helpful staff are waiting to assist you. If rooms are not available in William IV on your requested dates our staff assist you to find room for you in our other sister branches in North West London.

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