Wimbledon CommonWimbledon is a leafy and peaceful village in South West London that dramatically changes its tranquil character every June and July.  This annual transformation has been happening since the 19th century, when the Wimbledon tennis championships started.

Wimbledon, one of the most attractive and safe of London’s suburbs, has lots to offer.  Spend some time exploring it: Culture, sport, relaxation, shopping, great scenery and excellent accommodation.

Great memories will always be with you once you leave Wimbledon – and they don’t have to be anything to do with tennis.

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Wimbledon Bed and Breakfast in Queens Road is close to Wimbledon Station has free parking, free breakfast and free WiFi.  This B&B has a 5 star rating on Tripadvisor!

Forest Lodge Bed & BreakfastForest Lodge – the Wimbledon B & B with indoor swimming pool. The swimming pool is open all year round by request and in addition to using state of the art “e-clear” non-chlorine system it has colour changing room lights, a waterproof Television and a counter-current swimjet. Bedrooms are either en suite or have their own private bathroom.  Room combinations available: Single occupancy of a Double, Double, Twin, Triple, Family 4-6 (Double bed plus 1 single and 2 bunk beds and a folding bed if required).

More about Marple Cottage Guest HouseMarple Cottage is a long established family run Guest House where a warm welcome awaits tourists and business travellers at our friendly “home away from home”.   We endeavour to make sure everyone’s stay is relaxed and comfortable.  Our rooms include: en-suite facilities, colour television, tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary wireless internet access, flat screen TV with freeview, hair dryer and ironing facilities on request.

 


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