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Northfields, Birkbeck Road

£70.00£100.00 per night

  • First floor double bedroom
  • First floor single bedroom
  • Very near the underground and convenient for Heathrow
  • Free parking every day from 4 pm and weekends
  • WiFi available


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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Northfields, west London

Northfields is a large residential area in west London with a village atmosphere. Maps from the 1800s show the area as almost entirely rural and in 1874 a majority of the land was laid to orchards, with only a few houses along Little Ealing Lane. Some streets are named after apple varieties in memory of the area’s history. The main shopping street is Northfield Avenue with mostly independent shops and restaurants. Ealing Broadway is a short bus ride away and you are very close to Heathrow airport.

Nearby Gunnersbury Park has over 180 acres of beautiful landscape with mature trees, open grass spaces and historic buildings including an Orangery, Princess Amelia Bath house, Gothic Ruins and the Stables. The park has a pond, café, a mid-18th century Temple and Italian garden, a large children’s play area and a miniature golf course (open in summer). There is also a large open field, bowling green and pitches for football, cricket and rugby. To the south is the Potomac Lake with its woodland walks, bluebells in the spring and a hidden Gothic style boat house.

A good base from which to explore London. Very convenient for Heathrow.

Situated within the park is a large mansion which once belonged to the Rothschild family. The Regency building still retains grand reception rooms and a servants wing containing impressive original Victorian kitchens which are open to the public every weekend from April 1 to October 31. The Large Mansion has also been the home to Gunnersbury Park Museum since 1929 and serves as the local history museum for the London boroughs of Ealing and Hounslow which is free to visit. There are a wide range of objects, paintings and photographs on display which reflect life in Ealing and Hounslow from prehistory to the present day. The collections are so extensive that most of them are in storage but there regular changing exhibitions.

Nearest tube station

  • Northfields (Picadilly line) zone 3

Local information

  • The E2 bus takes you to Ealing Broadway

6 reviews for Northfields, Birkbeck Road

  1. Tas Julia


    My stay in London was just great! My hosts were lively, warm people, and the house was within easy walking distance of the Piccadilly tube line that goes to Heathrow. I’ll certainly be using your services the next time I go to England.

  2. Tas Julia


    What an absolutely lovely experience I had staying in the Northfields area of London! The three nights I spent at their home made me very comfortable in London, and put my trip off to an excellent start. My room was comfortable and extremely peaceful, and breakfast, including wonderful conversation with the hosts, was a highlight of each day! By the time I left I felt more like a granddaughter leaving her grandparents than a student leaving her temporary accommodations in London. I consider my stay to have been an excellent value, and a memorable experience. Sarah W

  3. Tas Julia


    My daughter and I are very happy with the accommodations you found for us in London. Our hosts were very friendly and accommodating, the room was comfortable and we were quite close to the underground station. The neighbourhood was comfortable and quiet. I will be sure to check with you the next time I am in London. Thank You! John S

  4. Tas Julia


    I have nothing but praise for Margaret and her husband. Agnes R

  5. Tas Julia


    I wanted to let you know that this booking worked very, very well for me. Margaret was delightful, so friendly and helpful. The room was very pleasant and comfortable and the location worked extremely well for my being able to have easy access to Kew on a daily basis. I consider myself very lucky with how things turned out, especially as I did not give you very much notice to find me a place to stay. Thanks very much, Gail S

  6. Tas Julia


    If I could adopt Margaret as a family member, I would not hesitate. The woman has a heart of gold and is one smart cookie to boot. Tactful, an immaculate house-keeper, she provided us with good advice and engaged us in interesting discussions.

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