Owner Annemarie van der Meer loves to point out all the quirky space-saving surprises as she shows you round her wonderful and idiosyncratic bed and breakfast: here’s the folding sink, there’s the bed that pops out of an antique wardrobe... The special atmosphere at this double-fronted Victorian house, set on a quiet Hampstead street, means that guests return year after year.
Each room is uniquely decorated with eclectic furnishings and there’s a self-contained studio with its own kitchen. All guests may make use of a range of home comforts, from hot-water bottles to mobile phones, as well as a laptop to borrow and free Wi-Fi. Breakfast (which costs extra) may be taken in the garden that surrounds this lovely property on all four sides.
|Venue name:||Hampstead Village Guesthouse||Contact:|
2 Kemplay Road
|Transport:||Tube: Hampstead tube or Hampstead Heath rail|
|Price:||Rates £80-£125 double|
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Truly dreadful place to stay. I live in Hampstead but when I once frequented this dirty unassuming death trap which most reviewers have genuinely verified is simply not a hotel or equally in juxtaposition fit for purpose .i think it's sinister how jus suddenly over a course of days every review is suddenly so good .This cannot be credible.
I have been coming here for years and love both the location and the house. Everything is designed for convenience and the details are incredible. A real home from home in this busy city. Breakfast in the garden is the best!