Tudor Lodge Hotel
Tudor Lodge Hotel


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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
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Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
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Tudor Lodge Hotel
"Bad Points: Room was too hot and pipes very noisy so poor nights sleep. Fan didnt work General review: overall very good

Date visited: 2010-05-01 ..." More

Tudor Lodge Hotel
"Good Points: Good location with ample parking Bad Points: Bar and lounge a bit bare, lacking in the character so evident elsewhere.

Date visited: 2010-01-04 ..." More

The Village Surgery
"Best ever

Date visited: 19 Augast 2009 ..." More

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A residential area on the outer fringes of north-west London, Pinner has retained much of its ancient charm, particularly in the original village centre. Here, the high street features delightful timber-framed buildings and small antiques and craft shops, overlooked by the medieval hilltop church of St John the Baptist. That the church hosts a first-class jazz scene reflects Pinner's unique amalgamation of past and present. The Pinner Memorial Park contains the historic, lakeside West House as well as a tranquil Peace Garden commemorating the end of World War II. Fine countryside is preserved in local woodlands and parklands, at Pinner Park dairy farm and along the river Pinn, while Grim's Dyke, an Iron Age legacy, runs between Pinner Green and Harrow Weald. It gives its name to Grim's Dyke Golf Club. Another popular and especially scenic golf course is Pinner Hill. This district is also home to a conservation area housing the private Pinner Hill estate, where mansions change hands for up to Ł3 million. The setting for BBC sitcom "One Foot In The Grave", Pinner is the birthplace of Sir Elton John and Sir Patrick Moore, and the adopted hometown of its favourite son, cartoonist Heath Robinson.


Douglas Collier Ltd
Guner Wolfson Rogers
Haydn Hughes & Co
Marks Jacobson Financial Services Ltd


St John the Baptist


Hatch End Dental Practice
The Dental Surgery


Devonshire Lodge Health Centre
Elliott Hall Medical Centre
Pinn Medical Centre
The Village Surgery

Estate Agent

Corbett Altman
David Charles
Gibbs Gillespie
Gibbs Gillespie Pinner Letting Agents
Gillespie Pinner Estate Agents
Peter Reglar & Co
Woolwich Property Services

Golf Club

Grims Dyke
Pinner Hill Golf Club

Pub and Bar

Manor House
Moon & Sixpence


Friends Restaurant


Cannon Lane Middle School
Heathfield School GDST


Barnes & Partners
Keith Flower & Co


Airport Cars


Pinner Pet & Garden
Village Pharmacy
Crispe Opticians
Masrani Ltd
Linda Blackstone Gallery
Hallmark Cards

Beauty & Beyond
Angies Chemist
Homeflair DIY Centre


Laser Mission London(Shooting)

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Tudor Lodge Hotel (1.19 miles)

Tudor Lodge Hotel

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Brimming with old world character, the Tudor Lodge Hotel is ideally located in North West London.
The sympathetic conversion of an important farmhouse dating back to the 16th century has preserved a ... More

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Park House Hotel (1.89 miles)

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The ParkHouse Hotel is an extended facility from The Quality Harrow Hotel which is offered to guests with a lower budget requirement. Added benefits are that ... More

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Frithwood House (2.03 miles)

Frithwood House

This Edwardian guesthouse is located in quiet residential surroundings and the style is very relaxed and informal, bedrooms vary in size and shape, all are well equipped and comfortable.

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Lindal Hotel (2.19 miles)

Lindal Hotel
Lindal hotel with 24 comfortable rooms is situated in a famous London suburb of Harrow two minutes walking distance from numerous restaurants, cafés, bars, shopping and cinema complex. It is an ideal location for people ... More | visit website
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Eurotraveller Hotel-Premier (Harrow) (2.32 miles)

Eurotraveller Hotel-Premier (Harrow)

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Eurotraveller Hotel-Premier (Harrow) is a newly built high end Hotel. Situated in Harrow, a Green and leafy , quite part of London and with its bright, airy, contemporary rooms with ... More

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Grims Dyke Hotel (2.33 miles)

Grims Dyke Hotel

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This carefully restored country house is set within over 40 acres of beautiful gardens and woodlands, ideally situated within reach of London's West End and Heathrow airport. A world away from the ... More

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Barn Hotel (2.46 miles)

Barn Hotel

The Barn Hotel is a unique 17th century listed building set in three acres of rose gardens and lawns. The hotel combines old world charm and character with every modern facility. The luxury new air-conditioned ... More | visit website

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Old Etonian Hotel (2.54 miles)

Old Etonian Hotel

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Harrow on the Hill is a conservation area with Harrow Public School and St Marys church as the Historicals places. Wembley Stadium one stop, Baker Street central London 3 stops ... More

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Premier Inn Ruislip (2.60 miles)

Premier Inn Ruislip is just 10 minutes’ walk from Ruislip Underground Station, providing direct trains to central London. With an on-site Beefeater restaurant, there is also free private parking. The modern rooms are elegantly designed, and ... More | visit website
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Comfort Inn Harrow (2.62 miles)

Comfort Inn Harrow

The Comfort Hotel is situated in a quiet residential area, a short distance from Northwick Park Hospital and Harrow School, in the famous London suburb of Harrow. The hotel is ideally located for Wembley Stadium ... More | visit website

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