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“A great B & B at an affordabale price!”
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22 York Street
Ranked #108 of 555 London B&B and Inns
Paris, France
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7 reviews
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“A great B & B at an affordabale price!”
Reviewed November 23, 2013

22 York Street is a great place to visit! I had the fortunate experience while I was visiting my daughter in London while she was studying abroad. I had searched for a place to stay that would be near a Tube station, and that would be easily accessible to the sites in central London and also my daughter's University. ( The Queen Mary University of London). 22 York Street met the bill! i t is about one block from the the Baker Street tube station, very close to Madam Trousseau's wax museum. The area borders on the swank area of London called Marylebone. So, there are plenty of restaurants and stores within walking distance of the B&B., as well as other tourist sights such as the cute Sherlock Holmes Museum, The Beatles store and Abby Road, the Wallace Collection...(A great little Art Gallery) etc.
The staff at 22 York street were terrific! Very friendly and helpful. The whole place is filled with antiques including my first room that had a small piano in it! (I was staying for over a week and booked late. They could accommodate me if I could switch rooms, mid week). They were even very helpful with that. They helped me move my luggage and a few other items out of the first room into the second. I went to Paris a few days through the" chunnel," and they stored my luggage for a few days until I returned at no cost. They placed it in my room when I returned.
Breakfast was the best! It was continental, but there was plenty to choose from. Croissants, crumpets, muffins, juice, coffee and tea, fruit, cheese, yogurt, cereal ,etc. The table was always nicely decorated with nice china, and flowers. The conversation around the table was my favorite! I met people from all over the world and we compared notes each morning on how our previous day went.! There is a lounge with a computer in the basement, and another on the 2nd floor that has 24/7 coffee, tea, and cookies available. Both were very comfortable, with more antiques and books.The second floor lounge has a large screen TV and games as well. All and all, I would give this B & B a high rating especially for the affordable price.

Room Tip: The rooms in the back were quieter. If you can not do steps, ask for the one room on the main floor...
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  • Stayed November 2013, traveled with family
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Valencian Country, Spain
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 109 helpful votes
Reviewed November 19, 2013

This bed & breakfast is set in a beautiful Georgian terrace on a quiet street but close to Baker St tube and the delights of Marylebone. Our room which was in the basement was huge & furnished, like the rest of the house, with antiques including a four poster bed and a chaise longue.

There is a lounge on the first floor in which you can relax and help yourself to free hot drinks at any time. Breakfast, which is continental and excellent, is served on a "communal" basis at one long dining table and gives you the opportunity to meet your fellow guests.

The staff are all paticularly friendly and helpful and this will not be our last stay at this charming establishment.

  • Stayed November 2013, traveled as a couple
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 29 helpful votes
Reviewed October 22, 2013

This is a great place: extremely good beds, a warm atmosphere, a good breakfast, large rooms. It is not cheap but the quality is so good that it is worth every penny. Baker street station is around the corner. Highly recommended for those who want to be away from hectic London.

  • Stayed October 2013, traveled as a couple
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San Diego, California
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 27 helpful votes
Reviewed October 18, 2013

Previous reviews give you a good sense of what the hotel is like. This is not a Hilton Hotel, so don't expect it to be. Some minor drawbacks - it is not near the center of London as other hotels so you need to take a cab or public transportation to get to most of the major sightseeing areas. It is old and the plumbing is a little quirky, but it all worked. Some major advantages - free wifi, friendly and helpful staff, excellent breakfast, they set aside a sort of a waiting room so if you don't want to hand out in your room you can go and meet some friends and have a cup of tea at any time. Would stay again.

Room Tip: There is a large room on the first floor, no view but comfortable and a lot of room.
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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Lechlade, United Kingdom
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Reviewed October 1, 2013

Much of the charm of this lovely bed & breakfast is the fact that it does not 'shout' from the street that it is an elegant and comfortable place to stay. As my office is nearby I frequently stay during 'school nights' when work commitments run late, but mainly find myself chatting at breakfast to charming vacationers from all over the world. If you are staying for holiday, lots of lovely restaurants, cafes, shops and places to visit including the Planetarium and Regent's Park are within easy walking distance. Baker Street tube station is less than five minutes' walk.

Rooms are comfortable and thoughtfully furnished and equipped. Those towards the front of the house are noisier, given the proximity to Baker Street and Gloucester Place which are busy thoroughfares, but I suggest you just have another glass of wine and get over it. Any information you need about anything is readily available. The paintings, furnishings and antiques which surround you are also available to purchase which is rather fun.

Family owned and with the proprietors often in residence, guests are left alone in the daytime and evenings to enjoy themselves and relax 'at home'. There is a residents' sitting room with coffee/tea trays ready for you to help yourself and wifi/TV if you want to partake outside your room. Breakfast is simple but at the same time a feast, choreographed by delightful, long-standing front of house staff who are marvellous hostesses.

Good value and somewhere you will want to stay again. No wonder the more mature cognoscenti who use the internet for their trip research are frequent guests.

Room Tip: Ask for a room at the back of the house if you are sensitive to noise or like to have your window op...
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  • Stayed August 2013, traveled on business
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orange county
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes
Reviewed September 3, 2013

We enjoyed 5 nights at this very affordable London B&B. It's old and the floor is a little crooked but it is well located and serves a good continental breakfast. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I would not hesitate to book another stay here the next time I am in London.
It is a walk up B&B so if you are not able to climb stairs this is not the choice for you.
Also, no A/C and we were there in a heat wave, but the room stayed comfortable with a fan that was placed in the room.

Room Tip: Ask for the room at the top of the stairs...with the bigger bed. It's quiet and roomy.
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  • Stayed July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Portland, Oregon, United States
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Reviewed August 5, 2013

We stayed in a downstairs room which was HUGE compared to what we were expecting for the price in a megacity like London. It was clean, quiet, comfortable, and we really felt like we were getting away with something staying in a place like this in London without paying a fortune. It's not glitzy, it's homey, and that was part of the charm. The hosts were gracious and inviting. What really took the cake was on the morning of our departure we had miscalculated the time it would take to get the airport, so we had to leave early unexpectedly, before breakfast, but they insisted in filling our hands with pastries before we rushed out -- a real lifesaver!

  • Stayed July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Property: 22 York Street
Address: 22 York Street, London W1U 6PX, England
Location: United Kingdom > England > London > Marylebone
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Ranked #108 of 555 B&Bs / Inns in London
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Number of rooms: 18
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22 York Street Hotel London
22 York Street London, England

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