How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Heatherbank Guesthouse
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Heatherbank Guesthouse London
Travel Blogs from London
... didn't fall for any of them and we ended up at a bakery and then a quiet little place where no one bugged us. On Saturday Adrian made Katrin and I breakfast and boy did I miss those! Adrian and I went over to Kew Botanic Gardens in the afternoon where he spent most of the time taking photos. At one point a goose came up and bit him in the butt! I guess he was tired of Adrian taking photos of his goose family. That evening we saw the movie Interstellar which was very good! I ...
... headed back to St.Pancras to catch the number 91 bus home. There was a large group (a couple of hundred?) of loud shouting men being escorted by a lot of police. As I later found out by seeing a lot of Arsenal football supporters at pubs that the bus passed, there is a football game about to take place. Back home, feet up and a few glasses of wine from my wine bag and then it is dinner of M&S salad in my ...
... including the beautiful Italian Garden which was a present to Queen Victoria
from Prince Albert.
We then crossed into Hyde Park and looked at some of the memorials there,
including the New Zealand
one, and strolled past the Serpentine, coming out near the Victoria
and Albert Museum. This is another huge
labyrinthine building, with spectacular collections. We looked at the glass ...
... we will know we will have to share him with the rest of the world for a few years or when he uses up all the working visa time he is allowed. Dinner was a hamburger and the realisation of how non exciting British meals can be. Every plain without a bit of trimming but on such an empty stomach it was wonderful. Realised how tired we were so we said goodnight to Josh and navigated the way home and crashed into bed. Ever excited to be able to explore ...
... theatre and imbibe as they watch the show. There aren’t a bunch of clicky groups laughing it up. Instead, it has more of a coffee house vibe (though its beverage of choice is beer). Also, the theatre with its 60-seat capacity is warm and inviting.
So I have to give my first Camden Fringe experience an enthusiastic thumbs up. Frivolity, froth, and fringe…a delightful ...