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Guest House near Heathrow Airport
The Hall is in an ideal location, situated only 7 minutes’ drive from Heathrow Airport, and yet not on the flight path.
Harmondsworth village is in close proximity to the M25 and M4 motorways, and has easy access to central London via road and by London underground train. The nearest tube station is Heathrow terminals 1, 2 & 3.
WiFi is available throughout Harmondsworth Hall and is free of charge.
In the guest lounge there is a computer and printer available for everyone to use free of charge. You are welcome to print out your boarding passes.
Overnight parking is free to all guests. The car park is secure and all guests receive a key on their room key ring to enable them to gain access to the car park. The car park is located opposite Harmondsworth Hall through big black gates in the grounds of Havard House. We would ask guests to lock the gates after use.
Long stay Parking
If you are leaving your car with us whilst you are away, you will also park in the secure car park at Harvard House. You do not need to leave your keys with us but are welcome to do so if you would prefer not to take them away with you. If you can tell us the night before your departure what time you would like to get to the airport and which terminal you'll arrive in, we will arrange a taxi for you. We would ask you to pay for your taxis on the day and then tell us on your return how much you have paid. We will then deduct it from the cost of your parking. Therefore guests who are leaving their cars with us usually pay their bills on their return, although if you would prefer to settle your bill before you go please just let us know. We will give you a card when you leave with a taxi number and ask you to call them on your return after you have collected your luggage.
We are happy to call a taxi for guests for a journey from Harmondsworth Hall - just let us know where and when. We use a company called LHR and their number is 01895 444333
Breakfast is available between 7.00 and 10.00 if you have an early flight then we can offer a self-service continental style breakfast prior to 7.00am on request.
Eating out Locally
We do not have a restaurant at Harmondsworth Hall, however there are several options available for lunch and dinner. Within Harmondsworth village there are two pubs; The Crown and The Five Bells both offer lunch and evening Menus. In Longford Village there is The White Horse which offers a good menu and although it is a good 20 min walk they offer a courtesy pick and drop of service in their own people carrier. We are happy to call them for you to arrange a pick up at your convenience. Also in Longford there is a drive through McDonalds!
There is the upmarket Cantonese/Peking Restaurant - The London Hong Kong which is a good 15 min walk down Hatch Lane. There is a greater variety of restaurants and Take Outs in West Drayton which is 10 Mins drive by car or taxi. For those who do not wish to venture out, there are a host of deliveries available and guests are welcome to have food delivered and eat in their rooms or take a seat in the dining room. Guests are welcome to take cutlery etc from the dining room.
At the time of booking you will have given your card details as a booking guarantee, however we do not take any payment until departure and would therefore ask you to present your card or other form of payment when you hand in your key.
Around the Village and Parks
There is a children’s playground in the local park. Turn right out of the front door and continue along the pavement, eventually you will come to an alleyway between the houses follow the path and you will find a playground and park. This is also a shortcut to Hatch Lane and the free bus stop, follow the path to the left of the playground and turn left at the end, through the cul de sac to the end of Hatch Lane. The Bus Stops will be to your right.
You can also use the park as a short cut through to the bath road and Longford village where you will find McDonalds and The White Horse pub and restaurant. For this take the path that goes diagonally to the right of the playground, follow the path which eventually runs past the farmers field and Sheraton Hotel, at the end you will find the Bath road, Longford is on the other side of the road.
If you would like to take a nice walk you can turn left out of the front door and then left again at the end of the road, continue walking until you pass all the houses on your left, continue over the little bridge and there is a country park and lake to your left and your right.
Harmondsworth Village has a long History and the church and Great Barn are worth a visit. They have periodic open days and the churchyard is always accessible.
There are are two shops in the village, one also contains a post office. They both sell food and drink etc. The nearest shopping mall is in Uxbridge town centre, it is a 20 drive from Harmondsworth and if you intend to take the bus you would take the U3 Bus from Holloway Lane. There is a Tesco Express en route to West Drayton and in West Drayton there is a Morrisons and a large Tesco superstore.
For those who have a bit more time and are looking for a nice place to visit, you may wish to consider Windsor. It is a lovely place to visit with the castle, river and a host of shops and restaurants. It is well worth a visit if you have time. If you have a car it is a 25 min drive, unfortunately public transport does not take you on a direct route and can take about 50-55 mins. You will need to get the U3 Bus to West Drayton Train Station, from there you take the train to Slough, at Slough you get off and cross the platform to the Windsor train, it is essentially a spur line that only runs between Slough and Windsor, when you get off in Windsor you will actually be in the pavilion containing shops and restaurants.