Lonsdale Lodge

Address: 2b Lonsdale Road, London, England, E11 2PH, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Barnes area of London, is near London Tube, Prince of Wales Theatre, William Morris Gallery, and Walthamstow Market.
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      Master Card is your answer to 5 star luxury hotels

      A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Dec 03, 2014

      ... and these hotels are marked by their supreme design, hospitality and a style to boast of. These are amongst the luxury hotels which go a little easy on the pockets despite providing the best and the classiest of stay ever. The rooms at the hotel are equipped with all the luxury amenities and they also offer complimentary services along with their usual services to the guests.

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      Last day in London and heading home

      A travel blog entry by moyjos on Oct 27, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      I checked out the hotel after having the included buffet breakfast. The hotel stored my bags while I headed out to have one last look at London. I had found that the Old Spitalsfield Markets were within walking distance from the hotel, so I set off to explore. I found a lovely stall selling Italian pork rolls that were very yummy, so that was lunch. I returned to the hotel at around 3:00 and rang the ...

      City of Sirens

      A travel blog entry by tinadoug on Sep 02, 2014

      5 photos

      ... down at Marble Arch just people watching, it was great. I think I could adapt to living in London and have already just started to walk out on the road. The thing I couldn't get used to is the young Muslim girls sitting with their hands out begging. Part of me wonders if this is an organized way of getting income for a group, but it's not nice to see. The other downside is the dirt and filth. Rubbish is everywhere and whenever I blow my nose, the tissue is black..yuck!

      2 day Whirlwind tour of London

      A travel blog entry by thecawleys on Jul 28, 2014

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      ... is going on with the blue rooster? I was told it was a gift from the French and the English stuck it here! I don't know who got the last laugh though!!!!!) Then last but not least Piccadilly Circus and Brants favourite time of day again, met up with Sam's son Tyler who had just moved to London, checked out a couple more London drinking holes and off for some Mexican for dinner. It was great to see a familiar Aussie face after 6 weeks of ...


      A travel blog entry by mcffamily on Jul 06, 2014

      1 comment, 38 photos

      ... I need boots (who doesn't need boots??) so I threw myself into the throng of crazy women to see if I could find a bargain. My determination was rewarded and I was able to buy a pair marked down from GBP195 to GBP53 :-) Angus spent the afternoon tracing some family history and was able to visit the house that his great grandfather lived in when he was 14 years old (in 1901). This gentleman was one of the ancestors who later migrated to Australia. When ...