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Windmill Guest House
57 Cricklewood Broadway

NW2 3JX | View map

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The Windmill Hotel based in North London is perfectly placed accomodation for your visit to London. Close to both Hampstead Heath and Regents Park, it is five minutes walk from Londonís underground, which will take you in to central London in just ten minutes. The hotel has all the facilities that you would expect from reputable London hotels. We are on major bus routes which run all night so that you can get the most from your time in London. The bus stop is less than 30 seconds from our front door. The Tube is 5 minutes walk away. We have a 24 hour check in and a late check out time. We have a number of different rooms, from single to twin, double to triple and have recently introduced a room with disabled access and facilities. Rooms are en suite and have recently been refurbished. Wireless internet connectivity is available and this is free of charge. Freeview television, central heating, en suite facilities are also standard in rooms. Rooms are from £34 per person per night. Relax in our recently refurbished and comfortable rooms. Staying at The Windmill will maximise the enjoyment and comfort of your London visit. If you need travel or tourism information, please ask our knowledgable staff about what is on in London when you arrive, we are happy to help and advise. Enjoy superb food in our restaurant and gastro pub during your stay. The hotel is situated in a convenient district of Cricklewood in North London, which lends itself to easy access to motorway networks and public transport. We are very close to Wembley Stadium for concerts and events, Camden Town is 15 minutes away, Portobello Road Markets are just 20 minutes away and you are at the gates of Buckingham Palace in under half an hour. If you are looking for a hotel in London then look no further.

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