4.0 on June 18, 2013
I've been very comfortable in this lovely old cottage surrounded by silent gardens : green. Comfortable bed in a safe area, very good transport facilities by a local little bus to the very close tube and busses station. The owner is an easy -going lady who's mostly off, so the shared (very modern and efficient) bathroom can be considered almost private. I didn't try the breackfast, because I preferred eating later in London, but there are tea and instant coffee in the room. I would definitely go back and I would recomend this accomodation to friends and families. Thanks a lot, Gianna from Italy.
4.8 on September 04, 2012
In fact, I wanted to move in here. This place is a reasonably priced haven in the crazy London world. I chose a B&B because the hostels cost $100+ per night, and this seemed like a nice little place. It blew away my expectations. It's on a quiet, picturesque street that has a bus come every 10 minutes like clockwork. There's a great, fluffy, comfy bed inside, as well as a desk, portable tea service and a dark wood wardrobe in the room, which overlooks a stunning garden. I was very surprised to find, behind the old fashion latch door, a very modern, fully upgraded bathroom. And Sue herself is the kindest, easiest to get along with person that I've met. I didn't sample her cooking because I had breakfast meetings, but I would have no qualms about eating her breakfasts. I give this place my absolute, full endorsement. If you want to stay someplace cozy and quiet, but close to all the fun, stay here with Sue.