A very nice old-fashioned house with dedicated staff and good working facilites and car park - perfect altogether. There is even an ATM at the reception. Congratulations!
- Palmers Lodge
- 40 College Crescent Swiss Cottage London NW3 5LB England
- Group Name :
- Independent Hostel
- Type :
- Quality Hostel
- Size :
- 250 rooms
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If you want to stay somewhere truly different then try the former home of Samuel Palmer, owner of the Huntley and Palmer biscuit empire! This substantial Victorian building has been tastefully converted and many original features have been retained for your enjoyment. You can book anything from a private ensuite room at Palmers Lodge to a bed in a dormitory that sleeps up to 14 people. If your budget does restrict you to a dorm bed you will find plenty of toilets and showers nearby.
After a good night’s sleep you will welcome the fresh continental breakfast that’s served in the dining room every morning. In the evenings you can relax in the large lounge or head to the bar for a few drinks and the chance to chat to other people staying here. You will find flat screen TV’s dotted all over the place and if you need to contact friends and family there is free internet access and WiFi available in the lobby. Central London is only a few stops away on the tube from Palmers Lodge.
24 Hour Reception / Bar / Central Heating / Fire Escape / In Room Safe / Interior Room Entrance / Internet Terminal / Laundry / Parking / Self-Catering Kitchen / Shared bathroom / Shower / Sitting Area / Smoke Detectors / Television Lounge / Toilet / Wireless Internet Access / Wireless Internet Access in Rooms
Nearby Finchley Road has two cinemas, a shopping centre. The Hampstead Theatre and plenty of pubs and restaurants to keep you occupied. You should also take the time to visit nearby Hampstead Heath and Regents Park during your stay. If you want to visit the tourist attractions of central London, hop on a tube on the Jubilee line from Swiss Cottage tube station near Palmers Lodge. This will take you directly to places like Green Park and Westminster, home of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.
Check in from: 2 pm
Check out by: 11 am
You will need to bring photo ID with you to Palmers Lodge for check in. The hostel does not accept bookings for persons under the age of 18 unless they are accompanied by an adult (over 18) who is staying in same dorm/room.PLEASE NOTE: Maximum stay of 30 nights applies to this property.
Towels are available and charged at £3.00 each.
The bar and restaurant are both open from 6pm-10.30pm
Please note cancellations for bookings on the 31st December 2012 will be fully non-refundable. Any no-shows will be charged in full.
- By Tube:
- The closest tube stations to Palmers Lodge are Swiss Cottage which is on the Jubilee line and Finchley Road which is on the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines.
- On Foot:
From Swiss Cottage tube station exit onto Avenue Road and turn to your right. Start walking and turn right again onto College Crescent. You will find Palmers Lodge on your left as you walk up this crescent.
From Finchley Road tube station exit onto Finchley Road and turn to your right. Start walking and then turn left into College Crescent. You will spot Palmers Lodge on your right as you continue walking.
Palmers Lodge Reviews
Very enjoyable stay, initially daunted by the size of the room, but the design allows fantastic comfort and privacy. Facilities both modern and immaculate. Would recommend Palmers Lodge over any other hostel to friends and family
Great customer support and amazing hostel booked through them
This was a great hostel for my 4 nights in London. It wasn't in Central London but so easy to get into. The tube station isn't far away. The rooms were really nice and very clean. Breakfast was ok and the bar was a great way to meet people. I enjoyed my stay at Palmers Lodge and I will be back in the future.
I really loved staying in Palmers Lodge. Although it was in zone 2, with Jubilee line, it was close from all spots:) What I felt uncomfortable about was that there weren't many plugs in the room