Accommodation in Golders Green, London
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A Bed and Breakfast in Golders Green, London
35, Hoop Lane
Accommodation Description:From: £41.00
Located in the heart of Golders Green, Central Hotel offers rooms to suit almost everyone. With a mixture of singles, twins, doubles and triples all fully equipped with a colour television, tea/coffee making facilities and direct dial telephone, Central Hotel is sure to provide you with an excellent stay.The Central Hotel is a well-established bed and breakfast hotel situated in the heart of Golders Green in a quiet location, only a short walk away from the local shops, restaurants and underground station, which has direct transport links into Central London
The hotel is set about 300 yards from Golders Green Road, which gives you the opportunity to relax after a tiring day or journey.
Accommodation Rating: 2*G Self assessed
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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