B and Bs in Heathrow

Heathrow Lodge
556 Old Bath Road

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The Heathrow Lodge is in an ideal location for business travellers and tourists. FreeParking space is available for guests during their stay (subject to availability). Free courtesy bus to all terminals* Heathrow Lodge Hotel has long been the preferred choice for those seeking a quality, sensibly priced hotel, close to Heathrow. We are situated only minutes from the Airport.We offer the widest range of accommodation, from family ensuite through to single occupancy budget rooms.We have long been the preferred choice with the crews of many schedule Airlines, they like our other guests, enjoy the convenience and value of a local privately owned Hotel.We understand how to provide quality accommodation, efficient & speedy service at a competitive price - a price that includes FREE AIRPORT SHUTTLE TRANSFERSThere are 2 pubs/restaurants within a 3 minute walk of the hotel. From Heathrow Airport you are able to get the Heathrow Express Train which takes 15 minutes to Central London and all its sights.The hotel is located 5-10 minutes from both Heathrow terminals 1,2,3 and terminal 4. A free courtesy bus* service collects and drops customers off between 6.00am - 12.30pm & 1700pm - 10.30pm (Mon - Fri) 0600am - 10.00 am & 1800pm - 2200pm (Sat,Sun & Bank Holidays. No Service 25th & 26th Dec)For transfer service call us using the tel. no. on your confirmation once you have cleared customs.

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