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Weardowney Guesthouse Information and Photos

  • Type And Size
  • 4 Star B&B
  • Independent Hotel
  • 7
9 Ashbridge Street London Marylebone NW8 8DH England

Weardowney Guesthouse

You’ll find boutique Weardowney Guesthouse set within the House of Weardowney, a young and inspiring British fashion label renowned for its knitwear. Located in affluent Marylebone (with the labels creative hideaway, get Up boutique and handcraftsmanship courses situated in the same building), staying here provides you with a unique opportunity to relax in the guesthouse’s rich, home from home atmosphere that regularly attracts artists, models and international business travellers.

Weardowney Guesthouse is intimate, with seven rooms in total. Only two have private bathrooms, but as each room has been individually styled by artists to inspire your creativity, you won’t mind sharing a bathroom. Every centrally heated room has a colour television and you can request a direct dial telephone, hairdryer, alarm clock radio, internet access and an iron and board in your room. In the evenings you can unwind on the roof terrace or use the shared self catering kitchen facilities.


Wealthy Marylebone in Central London has plenty of hidden treasures for you to explore. Just a couple of minute’s walk away from Weardowney Guesthouse is the local antique colonies of Church Street and Alfies Antiques Market. You should also experience the village like quarter of Marylebone High Street. Other well known tourist attractions nearby include the vast expanse of Regents Park, London Zoo, Madame Tussauds and the Wallace Collection. Hyde Park and Oxford Street are slightly further away.

Weardowney Guesthouse Facilities


Central Heating / Colour Television / Courses Available / Family Friendly / Fire Escape / Laundry / Non-Smoking Rooms on Request / Pets Welcome / Room Service / Self-Catering Kitchen / Shared bathroom / Shared Kitchen / Shower / Sitting Area / Smoke Detectors / Tea & Coffee / Toilet


Check in from: 2 pm
Check out by: 11 am

The reception at Weardowney Guesthouse closes at 10pm. If you will be arriving after 10pm you should contact the hotel in advance to see if something can be arranged.

If you would like to book a room for 3 nights or more the hotel will contact you directly for a 50% non refundable deposit.

Weardowney Guesthouse is family friendly and pets are welcome. You can take a handcraftsmanship course (such as knitting or stitching) whilst staying here.

Non smoking rooms and a laundry service are available upon request. Breakfast is also available on request (at a cost of £4 for continental breakfast and £7 for full English).

The tourist information available at Weardowney Guesthouse will help you to make the most of your surroundings.


By Tube

The closest tube station to boutique Weardowney Guesthouse is Marylebone on the Bakerloo line.

On Foot

Exit Marylebone Tube Station and turn right onto Harewood Avenue. Continue walking up this road until you need to turn left into Broadley Street. Turn right into Ashbridge Street where you will find Weardowney Guesthouse at number 9.

Weardowney Guesthouse Reviews

Average Guest Rating: 4.1'Very Good' Based on 9 Hotel Reviews
Kath Williams, British

I would say to anybody - do not go - the place was filthy we were in room 5 and it is probably one of the worst places I have ever stayed in

L Jacobs, British

Okay - a bit different, indeed more like staying in a private house, very accommodating about a change of room, but also a bit strange

Paula Singleton, British

I really enjoyed my stay here. It is very reasonably priced by London standards, and was quiet, clean and glamorous. Where else in London accommodation do you have 24/7 use of kitchen facilities at this price? The bed was comfortable (if a little on the small side for my taste), the room was lovely with sexy lighting and a great monsoon shower in the en-suite. Edgware Rd and its environs are not the most glamorous locale in London and won't be to everyone's taste, but personally I felt comfortable which is important to me as a woman traveller, and it is only about 4 tube stops to the centre of town. I will definitely return!

Richard Krant, British

Very much a Guesthouse and not a hotel in a nice homely way.

Jay Malguitou, British

Thank you for looking after us, you made us feel at home and looked after us well. We will make your guest house our stop every time we will be down to London. Thank you again.

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