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The Rabbit Maker The Rabbit Maker
Posts: 677


I would just like to pick your brains re;staying in London for Hugglets.

I would like to stay near to Hugglets. We will probably drive down the day before and stay overnight. I don't think I could manage to transport all my bunnies on the train and fixtures and fittings for the show.

I would like somewhere with a car park or a car park close by as I won't want to leave the bunnies in the car overnight, and therefore I won't want to  walk to far with them to the hotel.

Any advice would be much appreciated. I am travelling down from Lancashire with my husband and  possibly 2 boys TBC.

If you have any alternative methods or  experiences, I would be interested.

Either leave a message here or PM me.

Many thanks in advance
Shelly x

jenny Three O'clock Bears
warwickshire uk
Posts: 4,413

There are several good hotels in Kensington which are easy walking distance of Hugglets...I'd just search on a map and plump for one ...they are all quite good...but London prices are not cheap!!

doodlebears Doodlebears
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Hi Shelly, just ring Glenn and Irene at Hugglets on 01273 697974 they may be able to advise you.
I look forwards to seeing you there, we are not to far from each other all of a five second walk.  bear_grin
See you!

Hugs, Jane.    bear_flower  bear_flower  bear_flower

All Bear All Bear by Paula
Posts: 5,162

Try for hotel bookings .. you might get a good deal!

All Bear All Bear by Paula
Posts: 5,162

I've just remembered, there is a decent hotel with parking in a street off Kensington High Street, almost opposite the turning for the Town Hall (sorry can't remember its name) ... I stayed there a few years ago on a deal found online.  I think a double room including breakfast, was about £80 for the night then. 

Melanie's idea about staying just outside London is a good one ... maybe a Travel Inn would work?  When you drive to the show in the morning, parking for Kensington Town Hall is right underneath the show and very reasonably priced (from memory about £5 for the day) ... ah!  Just thought!  You probably know that already! :doh:

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