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The Windmill pub in North West London is a great place to stay for those people looking for a more authentic experience of the city; a little something different away from the tourist hotels, in an area of London famous for its thriving local music scene, cool bars and great restaurants.
However, if you do want to check out all the city has to offer, the pub is very close to three stations which provide rapid transport links into central London and all of its attractions. Anywhere from top must-see destinations such as the houses of Parliament, Hampstead Heath, Regents Park, Baker street, Madame Tussauds, The Planetarium, Chalk Farm, Primrose Hill, London Zoo, Wembley Stadium to the vibrant and energetic Camden Town are within easy distance by tube from The Windmill.
Well loved and well known, Cricklewood is also the choice retreat of many of London’s young and distinguished professionals as an area to socialize: calm and relaxing by day, and a lot of fun when the sun goes down.
The rooms at the Windmill pub range from single to triple and are decorated in a warm contemporary style, with a range of great facilities to make your trip a special one. Refurbished in 2008, all rooms are fully en suite and spotlessly clean, softly lit and with a beautiful natural ambience that you just don’t find in many other hotels. The rooms are cleaned daily and come with a flat screen television, Freeview, central heating and tea and coffee making facilities. Several rooms on the ground floor have just been opened which provide excellent access for reduced mobility guests.
A hearty breakfast is served in the pub each morning and guests can choose from a traditional English meal of bacon, Cumberland sausage, grilled tomatoes and all the trimmings or a continental selection. Described as an oasis in North West London the hotel’s restaurant and bar are also frequented by many of the areas local residents for its great food and friendly, laid-back atmosphere. Guests can treat themselves to such delicacies a tender porterhouse steak, Irish lamb, beer-battered fish and chips or any of the incredible vegetarian options such as stuffed aubergine. The food is chunky, hearty and prepared using locally sourced ingredients. If you don’t fancy eating at the pub, the area has a host of international restaurants to choose from and is one of the great foodie-spots of the city.
The Windmill pub is also a lovely place to relax, meet locals or enjoy one of the locally (or internationally) produced draught ales in its beautiful beer garden. A perfect way to end a busy day in central London or to mull over the next destination on your trip. For guests travelling by car the pub also provides free and secure off street parking.
Cricklewood is both a little place of clam in London, and a gateway to the glittering lights of its centre. The hotel’s location offers easy access via public transport or by rail. Equidistant and a short walk between Kilburn and Willesden Green tube stations (Jubilee and Bakerloo line) which serves many places in central London such as Westminster, Baker Street, The houses of Parliament, Regent’s Park and Oxford Street. There is also a 24-hour bus service to the area, with the N98 bus stopping just outside the pub. Wherever you are, it’s incredibly easy to reach The Windmill Pub. Cricklewood mainline station also serves many hubs such as London Bridge, King’s Cross and Euston and is a short walk away. Most central London stations are within 20 minutes journey door-to-door, and with direct access from A5 motorway, the pub is also the perfect place for guests arriving by car.