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Just a few steps from Stratford town centre, in East London, Kings Head Guest House is conveniently situated for the 2012 Olympics site and transport links to Docklands, The City of London and West End. The nearest station is Abbey Road, on the Stratford International extension of the Docklands Light Railway, which is 0.4 miles away. Plaistow Underground station is 0.6 miles away and serves the District and Hammersmith & City Lines. Stratford station, 0.8 miles away, is a multilevel railway station serving several mainline railway routes into London as well as serving the Central and Jubilee Underground lines, the London Overground North London Line and the Docklands Light Railway. The City of London, the West End and Docklands are all just a short hop by train or tube. Stratford is in Travelcard Zone 3. London City Airport is 15 minutes away on the DLR and you can get an express bus from Stansted Airport to Stratford Bus Station. If you are driving, the area is outside the London Congestion Charge Zone.
Kings Head Guest House, East London
Within a traditional English public house, Kings Head Guest House is close to many local attractions including shops, restaurants, bars and clubs as well as the Theatre Royal Stratford East and Abbey Mills Pumping Station, which is a historic landmark. The nearest green space is West Ham Lane Recreation Ground, just north of the guest house. West Ham Park is 0.3 miles to the east. Victoria Park, a large park that often hosts music events, is 2.5 miles west. Upton Park, the home of West Ham Football Club, is 1.8 miles east. The guest house is also just over a mile from the Olympic Aquatic Centre and Olympic Stadium. Westfield Stratford City shopping centre, near the Olympic Park, is a short walk from the hotel. This huge new shopping arcade has 300 retail stores, 70 restaurants and a 17-screen cinema. The Stratford Centre, with more shops and attractions, is next to it. The University of East London is 0.6 miles north of the Kings Head. For the bright lights of Central London and the West End you can hop on a train or bus.
Kings Head Guest House is in a peaceful neighbourhood. Classic double rooms at the guest house include one double bed and a desk as well as a hair dryer. The shared bathroom has a tub/shower combination. There is also a deluxe suite. Amenities include free tea or coffee and a lounge. If you are travelling on business or need an office in which to do some work, the guest house has a business centre that is open 24 hours a day.
Independently owned and operated, the Kings Head Guest House was built in the 1900s and retains its period charm. Rooms at the Kings Head are comfortable, staff are friendly and the atmosphere is informal. Amenities at the Kings Head Guest House include free wireless internet in all the rooms. Guest laundry services are available for a small fee
The hotel has a dining area and a lounge. Open late, the lounge is a favourite hangout for those who just want to stay in and relax. As well as serving cocktails, wine and a large assortment of beers on tap, the lounge has a pool table and big-screen LCD TV.
Staff can also offer advice about travel and suggest things to do or see in the area or in Central London.