Quiet, cheap hostel room or B&B in London or SE UK?
February 23, 2010 8:27 AM   Subscribe

Can you recommend a quiet, cheap hostel room or B&B in London or SE UK where I can rest for a week and get over jetlag?

I'm flying back to the UK next week and have got horrific jetlag in the past. I'm looking for somewhere to hide and sleep on a backpacker budget.

So looking for a private room that's not noisy with potential for sleeping in the daytime as well as night.

If the surroundings are nice it would be a bonus.

If you can take a couchsurfer and want a bit of cash then let me know as long as it's peaceful.
posted by Not Supplied to Travel & Transportation (6 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
 
Afaik, hostelz.com is the only site that gives contact information for the hostel even if you haven't booked any rooms. So you can email them about their lockout policy.
posted by jeffburdges at 9:34 AM on February 23, 2010


You might want to look here if you want. Prices run from about £15 a night.

I don't know what their policy is on kicking you out for the day, though. You'd have to ask.
posted by MuffinMan at 9:44 AM on February 23, 2010


Hostels might expect you to share a room and not stay there all day. As it's off season you might get a deal at a hotel or B&B.
posted by y6t5r4e3w2q1 at 2:36 PM on February 23, 2010


I've stayed at the London House Hotel a few of times and it's fairly inexpensive (or at least it used to be, but it's been three years since I last stayed there - almost to the day!), mostly (albeit, not always infallibly) quiet, and located in a good neighbourhood (Kensington Market) with good pubs and restaurants nearby. It's also pretty easy to get to via the Heathrow Express + Tube (Express to Liverpool, tube to Bayswater Station).
posted by urbanlenny at 3:56 PM on February 23, 2010


Sorry, I also meant to post that you can get single rooms, sometimes with a shower/bathroom inside, and they don't care how long you stay there. It's called a hotel, but it's actually more of a hostel, just with the option of having a room to yourself.
posted by urbanlenny at 4:14 PM on February 23, 2010


Thanks.
posted by Not Supplied at 1:18 PM on February 25, 2010


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