B&B Suggestions London

My husband and I are going to be in London for 24 hours in October. We are looking for an affordable B&B pretty centrally located. We were thingking about the Belgravia neighborhood by the Victoria Station. Does anyone have a suggestion as to a good B&B to stay in there or is there a better area we should stay in? Thanks!

Posted by Douglas
Beaverton, Oregon, United States
35 posts

Annie, hi from Portland. I am in the process of planning our next trip to UK and Paris and I have always stayed in the Kensington/Earl's Court area, This time after reading about 400 thousand reviews, I am in communications with Adriano at Gauden House http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g186338-d2654343-r168487492-Gauden_House_a_boutique_guest_house-London_England.html While renting a room or two from a home owner may not be your cuppa, I suggest you read through some of these reviews for his home, it is an inexpensive opportunity that should be considered. Bon Voyage

Posted by Pam
Troy, Idaho, USA
2656 posts

Annie, last week I stayed the the B+B Belgravia on Ebury Street just a block away from Victoria. I wound up with one for their studio rooms as the others were booked. It was Ok. The room was clean, the carpet in the hall was a little soiled. The location was perfect for me. I was staying 2 nights and had a reservation to see the Buckingham Palace State rooms and wanted to be able to walk so this fit the bill. It got fairly good reviews on TA altho I did notice right before I left there were more negative reviews up. The studios have a fridge which they stock with a continental breakfast which was fine. Ebury St is fairly busy but the traffic died down about midnight. If I stayed there again I would ask for a room away from the street. Would I stay there again? Probably, especially if I wanted to be in this neighborhood. There are a number of hotels on this street.