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Buckland Hotel
6 Buckland Crescent
Swiss Cottage

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The Buckland Hotel is a charming old Victorian family residence, with just 15 rooms and friendly staff to ensure you enjoy your stay. Set in a quiet leafy tree-lined crescent in the historic area of Hampstead, our hotel is just 10 minutes away from the centre of London and a short walk to a good range of local restaurants, shops and public transport.

All our rooms have a colour TV, direct-dial telephone, shaver socket and tea & coffee making facilities. Our rooms have modern en-suite showers & toilet or a bath. We have single, double, twin and large family rooms - some with a garden view. Also for the budget-conscious we have a few rooms with a washbasin and shared shower facilities.

Our daily maid service ensures our rooms always have a high level of cleanliness. We will do everything possible to make your stay an enjoyable one. After a good night's sleep, our breakfast - served in our bright Victorian breakfast lounge - is a wonderful way to start your day.

Additional facilities:
Fridge and/or microwave in the double rooms


Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 11
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