The Lynton B&B is a small friendly centrally located B&B in London. We are not a hotel although a bygone era once did call it a hotel once. We provide simple no frills accommodation in a great central part of London, positioned between the safe areas of Belgravia, Westminster and Pimlico. The West End, Soho, Vauxhall Cross, Oxford Street and most of London's tourist attractions are close.
In our area you will find pubs, restaurants, coffee shops, fish and chips, supermarkets, a post office Plus the Victoria Palace and Victoria Apollo theatres are a 5-minute walk away. The location is also a transport hub with Victoria offering the tube, main line trains National express coaches and London red buses. All airports can be reached by Public transport.
We offer basic amenities with free WIFI, rooms are simple, old small, and clean. Most rooms have a very small stepped access en-suite facilities; a few rooms share facilities on the staircase. Each room has digital television, safe, kettle, tea and coffee. Hairdryers and irons can be supplied on request.
We serve a full English breakfast plus cereals, and fruit.
The hotel is run by me Mark and my brother Simon both born Londoners [some of the few you may meet on your trip to London]. The B&B is located over 4 floors and we have no lift; there are 78 steps to the 4th floor.
75-120/nt UK Pound Sterling
113 Ebury St, London, London, SW1W 9QU, England
Contact: Mark & Simon
Clientele Welcomed: Gay Men, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Straight
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Private & Shared Bath, Wireless in Room. Nonsmoking Facility, Partial Handicap Access, Children Welcome, No Pets, Full Brkfst
Cash, Visa, MC, Discover, Debit Card, JCB
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