I stayed on two different occassions during February while moving house and needing a base in the week for work. The first week in the single room upstairs and the second week in the bigger room (single bed) downstairs. Both were really really comfortable rooms - I haven't slept in more comfortable beds in such a long time.
The rooms were warm and cosy, with tv and tea/coffee/hot choc and towels provided.
Stella is a really lovely hostess - we had chats over breakfast each morning and she made me feel really welcome (good selection at breakfast btw)
The location is good for tourists or business travellers; if you know London you'll know Barnes is one of the best locations to live in outside of the centre. The train is 20 mins in to Waterloo (15 to Vauxhall for the Vic line).
I would highly recommend, and will be going back again
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bed and breakfast in a stylish, non-smoking family home close to Barnes station, (20 minutes Waterloo). A 10 minute bus ride to Hammersmith, and underground to centre of London - (20 minutes Piccadilly, Heathrow 35,) Near to Roehampton University, the National Tennis Centre and the London Wetlands Centre. Three rooms with 2 shared bathrooms; TV, hairdryer, and tea/coffee tray. Free wireless broadband or computer for internet access. Full English breakfast is included. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- b And b In Barnes Hotel London