The Hall is situated 7 mins from Heathrow and yet not on the flight path. Harmondsworth Hall is a large 17th century listed building with great character set in a small peaceful villagewith two pubs and a 12th century church which is mentioned in the doomsday bookThe Hall is in an ideal location, situated only 7 minutes drive from Heathrow Airport, and yet not on the flight path. Harmondsworth village is in close proximity to the M25 and M4 motorways, and has easy access to central London via road and by London underground train. The nearest tube station is Heathrow terminals 1, 2 and 3. Royal Windsor is also only a short drive away. In Harmondsworth Village itself, there is a small country park which offers nice walks All 12 bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, even the two single bedrooms. In each room there is a television, tea and coffee making facilities and a telephone which can be used to make direct dial calls to outside lines, both national and international. Guests who bring their own laptop computers can connect to broadband internet using either a wired or wireless connection. This is available free of charge in every bedroom. For those guests who do not have a laptop, there is an internet connected computer in the guest lounge available to all, this is also free of charge. Guests can use the computer in the lounge to check-in for flights and then print out their boarding passes.
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