Cheap affordable accommodation. Basic, quiet and close to shops, 10mins walk from main station. Staff were friendly, place gets busier as weekends due to travelers. Personally my room was fine, although some rooms were better than others from what I heard. Clean sheets and bed during my stay
- Tennyson House
- 1 Tennyson Road Walthamstow London E17 8PR England
- Group Name :
- London Budget Rooms
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- Size :
- 11 rooms
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Tennyson House offers really basic accommodation in the bustling area of Walthamsow. Browse the stalls at the famous Walthamstow Market, or head over to nearby Stratford to see the Queen Elizabth Park in the former Olympic site . Central London’s major attractions like Oxford Street and Buckingham Palace are within easy reach via a short ride on the Victoria Line from Walthamstow Central Tube Station. You can also get to the Eurostar Terminal at Kings Cross St Pancras.
Tennyson House gives you very basic facilities for a cheap stay in London. There are single, double, triple and quad rooms on offer, all of which have access to shared bathroom facilities. WiFi access is available throughout, so you can stay connected to friends and family via the internet. Thanks to all the money you'll be saving by staying at Tennyson House, your budget will stretch furthe!
Central Heating / Shared bathroom / Tourist Information / Wireless Internet Access / Wireless Internet Access in Rooms
There are local bars, cafes and shops to explore when you stay at Tennyson House. You can also sample the attractions in the surrounding areas, such as the William Morris Gallery, Lloyd Park, Lea Valley Experience Museum and the Vestry House Museum. The 2012 Olympic Site is also close by in Stratford. Go shopping at Walthamstow Market, or jump on a tube at Walthamstow Central and you’ll have the whole array of stores on Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street to choose from!
Check in from: 2 pm
Check out by: 11 am
Previously known as East London Budget Rooms
Check in after 10.00pm incurs a late check in fee of £10.00 which is payable in cash on arrival.Please contact the hotel to inform them if you need to check in late.
The shared kitchen is available for making tea and coffee and preparing light meals only. Towels are not provided at this property.
- By Tube:
- The nearest tube station to Tennyson House is Walthamstow Central, which is on the Victoria Line. Walthamstow Queens Road, on the London Overground, is even closer.
- On Foot:
From Walthamstow Central Tube Station: exit onto Selborne Road, walk to your left and then take a left into S Grove. Take a left onto Gosport Road and follow the road round to the right. Continue onto Ringwood Road and turn left onto Tennyson Road, where you will see Tennyson House at number 1.
From Walthamstow Queens Road Station: exit the station to your right onto Exmouth Road, then turn left onto Gosport Road. Continue onto Ringwood Road, turn left onto Tennyson Road and you will find Tennyson House at number 1.
Tennyson House Reviews
Budget solution. Quite area near underground. Clean bathroom, room\kitchen not, furniture has seen better days. It's not Hilton, we aren't sheikhs
I came back from weekend with friends at coutryside in Eessex. Simply sms him and the man of hotel was at the place to pick me up. Great
I had a good stay at Tennyson House. The room was good size, actually a double room. Clean room with clean beddings. Bathroom is reasonable clean. Kitchen has kettle and Microwave. Free WiFi. 10 mins walk from tube station, close to shops and market. Nice and quiet residential house. I liked it. Will recommend friends
This was my experience at Tennyson House: 1. The house where we were living was dirty on the front. I was so shocked when I saw it that I didn't want to believe what the room would be like. 2. The employee was not much of a help to us; he only cared about money that we had to pay. When we had any problems, he just ignored them. 3. The house was not clean enough when we first moved in 4. The toilet was also not clean. There were no shower gels or shampoos, there was no hot water, which is very crucial in the winter. 5. The heater was not working. I called the hotel's employee and he said that he could not do anything in the middle of the night and suggested we used an extra blanket. In addition, we still had to suffer the night after because he did not come to fix it. We were very lucky to only stay 2 nights. To be honest, £30/night is very expensive to stay in the place like this. We regret it because we could have paid an extra £10 to have 3-star hotel in central London. That is what we will do from now on.