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Reviews of At Home Chiswick, Chiswick

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Review by Peter Tonoli on 18th September, 2008

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If you want a top rated hotel, please ignore At Hone Chiswick. I you don't mind a little dust, basic comfort, you can consider this staying. If you want an value-for-your-money staying close to London center (but for drivers just outside the congestion circle) and if you can appreciate ambiance of the 60s (Bob is a real artist with Stones blood !) and unfake feeling "at home".. then this should be nearest to what is available out there !!

Date visited: 20-26.07.2008

Review by hugh jampton on 11th July, 2008

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Just spent a week in this delightful house.Ideal for artists or creatives as there is art everywhere and a library.The location is perfect for the reastaurants and shops and is close to the tube and river walks. Highly recommended for a laid back enviroment and for those wanting something different from the soulless hotel experience.

Date visited: june7 -14 2008

Review by romany lee on 10th July, 2008

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charming house in wonderful location has been recently refurbished.the owner is an artist and the house is full of pop art.5 minutes from the tube.we could cook our meals in the fully equipped kitchen and sit in the garden to read.

Date visited: may 2008

Review by Francisca Rivera on 9th September, 2007

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Place would need a thorough cleaning and refurbishment. Lower bathroom is smelly and needs also refurbishment. You must clean yourself kitchen, toiletts and rooms.

Date visited: august, 2007

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