Bed & Breakfast For London 2012

Bed and  Breakfast accommodation during The Olympic Games 2012

This is the best place with have seen and is highly recommended

Comfortable detached house in Chislehurst, Bromley, Kent, England. The home of
two married, retired, and well travelled, teachers.

Chislehurst is a very pleasant area in which to stay, with a village atmosphere, many local pubs, restaurants, village ponds and caves.. Two main line rail station are within half a mile. One serving London Victoria and the other London Bridge, Waterloo, and Charing Cross, making the twenty minute trip to visit any part of central London very easy. Also close to Greenwich for sightseeing and equestrian events.

Travel to The Olympic Stadium is convenient. From Chislehurst Station it is just four stops to Lewisham Station, then change to Docklands Light Railway, which has direct access to the Olympic venue. A total journey of no more than one hour from the house to the venue.

One double bedroom
One twin bedroom
One small single bedroom (would suit child)
Guest rooms are not en-suite but do have their own guest bathroom

Pretty garden in which to relax with a drink after a busy day. Use of  all facilities in the house (tea, coffee, television etc.).

You can be assured of a warm welcome .

£95 per person per day longer stay special rate for multiple days

Pictures can be found Front & rear of the house picture #1 & #2

Deposit is required to secure this luxury B&B

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How far is B&B from the Olympics?

Directions to the London Olympics?

If anybody stays with us I would take, and collect, them from Chislehurst station. About 5 minutes in the car.
We always look at the times of the trains before leaving home, which means we arrive at the station just a few minutes before the train leaves, or arrives.
It takes 20 minutes on the train to Charing Cross Station, and from there a 5 minute walk to The Mall.
So from leaving here it is a 30 minute no hassle journey.
For the Olympic Stadium it is 15 minutes to Lewisham, and then they would have to change to Docklands Light Railway to get to the Olympic Stadium. About 30/40 minutes in total.This includes the walk from Stratford Station.

We did this to watch London Prepares Basketball in the Olympic Arena