Twickenham Guest House
- Type And Size
- Independent Hotel
- 18 rooms
- Twickenham Guest House
If you’re coming to London to see a match at Twickenham Rugby Stadium, you will love the location of Twickenham Guest House. Twickenham is a lovely part of Greater London and is within easy reach of Richmond where you can enjoy relaxing riverside walks, as well as great food and drink in the riverside bars and restaurants. Central London is within a short train journey from nearby Twickenham Station and as an added bonus this London bed and breakfast has free car parking.
Twickenham Guest House offers 2 star London accommodation, with each relaxing room having a selection of useful amenities. The rooms all have a desk, which is ideal if you have any work to do, and a colour TV so that you can unwind in the evening. The rooms also have a kitchen area, which means you can keep your restaurant bills down by cooking your own meals. There’s a 24 hour reception with friendly staff more than happy to help with your requests, internet access and a relaxing garden too.
Twickenham Guest House is conveniently located within a 20 minute train journey of the sights and sounds of Central London. All you have to do is stroll to Twickenham Train Station and take the short trip to visit famous places like Oxford Street, Buckingham Palace, Madame Tussauds and the London Eye. Twickenham is home to the fantastic Twickenham Stadium, where the England rugby team play, and you can take the short trip to Richmond to soak in the riverside atmosphere there.
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Twickenham Guest House Facilities
24 Hour Reception / All News Channel / Bath / Biscuits / Central Heating / Coffee/Tea Maker / Colour Television / Fire Escape / Internet Access in Rooms / Internet Terminal / Parking / Shampoo / Shower / Smoke Detectors / Tea & Coffee / Toilet / Tourist Information / Wash Basin / Wireless Internet Access / Wireless Internet Access in Rooms
- Communal areas and activities
Guests can relax in Twickenham Guest House's garden.
FREE for all children under 2 years of age using existing beds. Extra rollaway beds are not available.
- Check in / Check out
Check in from: 14:00
Check out by: 11:00
Guests can also check in late, our reception is open 24 hours.
- By Train
You can stroll to nearby Twickenham Train Station from Twickenham Guest House and take the 20 minute journey into Central London.
- On Foot
Come out of Twickenham Train Station and walk to your left along London Road. Take a left into Whitton Road, left again onto Chudleigh Road and then a right into Russell Road, where you’ll find Twickenham Guest House at number 10.
Twickenham Guest House ReviewsBased on 12 Hotel Reviews
Our visit was more time consuming than planned but our room was totally adequate for our needs, clean, quiet, and comfortable. 6am starts did not enable us to partake of breakfast, it is served from 8 till 10, but the nature of the units meant that our late nights and early rising did not cause disturbance to anyone, we came and went with total ease. I would highly recommend Twickenham Guest House
We stayed here for the Army Navy rugby game and were really pleased. A very short walk to the Stadium (you can see it from the guest house) The room was basic but very clean. We weren't in there for very long anyway. The staff at the guest house couldn't have been any more helpful. We will be booking again
The room at Twickenham, Guest House was quite old-fashioned in style, however clean and well-kept. Although the bathroom was small it was very clean and nicely designed. The staff were friendly and welcoming. Breakfast could have been a lot better, my friend had the full-english and said it wasn't nice at all, I had cereal and fruit. There wasn't an option with milk, it was semi-skimmed or nothing, as someone who doesn't drink milk and avoids dairy I wasn't particularly happy about it. Not bad accommodation, just let down but the food, room size and could do with a style update
Me and my old man were staying there for the Rugby World Cup (saw the tragic Scotland match!) and it was comfortable enough. Accommodation seemed to be quite limited in Twickenham generally, so when you throw in an event like the RWC it can make life harder, so I guess we were quite lucky to have got anywhere at all. It was clean and well decorated even if it didn’t look like much from the outside and the beds were comfy. The restaurant section was nice if a little bland, but the shared kitchen bit was cool and generally we had an alright stay. Would probably stay again but wouldn’t come here with my girlfriend
Very basic small double room, clean but could do with re decoration and freshening up. Carpet had a small tear and there was a dip in the floor into the bathroom door, with something sharp under the carpet, which we caught our feet on a few times. Twickenham Guest House is ok if all you're going to do is use it as a base, room too small to spend a significant amount of time in