Hendon Hall Hotel London - A Hand Picked Hotel
Hendon Hall has always been a leading player on the London scene. A strong, bold, enchanting place, this hotel is ideal for a relaxing break, while enjoying a cosmopolitan atmosphere on the edge of one of the world's greatest cities. Hendon Hall is a fine old diamond of a mansion. Originally known as Hendon Manor, it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book. The memorial title, rights and income of Hendon Manor were sold for £13,000 in the late 18th Century to David Garrick, the famous actor and manager of the Drury Lane Theatre. David Garrick achieved such fame that his head was even engraved on the halfpenny coin. He fervently admired Shakespeare and created a memorial to him in the grounds of Hendon Manor. In 1852, Hendon Hall became a girl’s school and we know that plays were often performed on the lawns in the grounds on summer evenings. Hendon Hall first opened its doors as a hotel in 1911, but was closed during the Second World War to become an RAF convalescent home. After the war it became a hotel again, starting off with a grand re-opening that local residents remember to this day. The 57 luxurious rooms are all individual in character and tastefully decorated with modern comforts, including satellite television, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, tea/coffee making facilities, WIFI internet, The Fringe Restaurant and cocktail bar, Beautifully landscaped gardens, Conference/function rooms catering for up to 350 guests, 24 hour room service and reception.
Ashley Lane Hendon London NW4 1HF
From Brent Cross - Join the A41 Hendon Way. Turn Right onto Queens Road. At the roundabout, turn left onto Brent Street. Continue forward on Brent Street. At the set of traffic lights, continue forward onto Parson Street. Just before the next set of traffic lights, turn left onto Ashley Lane. Hendon Hall is on your right. From M1 - Take junction 2, signposted North Circular East (A406) and the City A1. At the first set of traffic lights turn right onto Parson Street. Take the next right onto Ashley Lane. Hendon Hall is on your right. From A406 (North Circular) - Turn off onto A1 Great North Way. At the second set of traffic lights, turn left onto Parson Street. Take the next right onto Ashley Lane. Hendon Hall is on your right. By London Underground - From Central London, take the tube on the Northern Line to Hendon Central (Edgware Branch). The station is a 15-minute walk or a five-minute taxi ride from Hendon Hall.
Complimentary on site Parking
Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.
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