Beechhill House

50 Beechhill Road, Eltham, London, SE9 1HH

Enjoy England 4 Star
Beechhill House is a large Edwardian double fronted house with 5 bedrooms, 3 en suite offering bed and breakfast accommodation in London. There is a large family bathroom on the first floor and toilet room on the ground floor. There are 2 lounges. There is parking in the street and off road parking for 3 cars. There is a very large lawned garden and patio at the rear of the house. The kitchen has all modern facilities, opens onto the dining area with French windows onto the garden.

Please note that the property is strictly non smoking. Small pets may be allowed by prior arrangement.
Beechhill House is in the London Borough of Royal Greenwich. Very quiet street of double fronted houses. 7 minutes walk from Eltham Railway station. Trains to London Bridge, Charing Cross and Victoria Stations take 20 to 25 minutes. It is 5 miles from the Greenwich O2 Arena and North Greenwich Undergound Station. It is a 5 minute walk to shops, restaurants and pubs in Eltham High Street. The property is a short distance from the Kent countryside. Canterbury is 50 miles away.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • WiFi


Nearby Attractions


Town: London
Open: All Year (Except Christmas Day)
8.34 miles away

The London Dungeon is one of the capital's 'must-see' signature attractions - delighting audiences for almost 40 years. It's a 90 minute journey through 1000 years of ...

View

Town: London
Open: All Year
8.39 miles away

The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. Also known as the Millennium Wheel, it has also been called by its owners the B...

View

Town: London
Open: All Year
9.19 miles away

The British Museum is dedicated to human history, art and culture, and is located in the Bloomsbury area of London. Its permanent collection, numbering some 8 million ...

View

Town: London
Open: All Year
10.72 miles away

London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. Opened in London on April 27, 1828, it was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. Ev...

View