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Luxury Bed & Breakfast in or near Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts is the oldest fine arts institution in Britain, famous for exhibitions acclaimed both in Britain and overseas. More than a million people each year visit the exhibitions, one of the most recent famous ones being Monet in the 20th Century. It is also home to a fine permanent collection and the oldest fine arts library in Britain. Luxury Bed and Breakfast, such as Chelsea Cloisters Serviced Apartments, Chelsea, London located near Royal Academy of Arts.
5 Results In Or Near Royal Academy of Arts
4.9 miles from Royal Academy of Arts
The home of David Marten and his family is a Victorian house lovingly restored and refurbished to a very high standard. The reception rooms are elegant and spacious. The bedrooms are beautifully and stylishly furnished (Chinese Peony with an oriental theme, the Richmond Room and the Tulip Room), complete with comfortable beds, TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The new en-suite bathrooms have commodious baths and shower facilities and are finished in Italian marble and they sparkle. David c...
4.5 miles from Royal Academy of Arts
Oxford Road B & B is a family run B & B in Putney South West London. Oxford Road is in a quiet neighborhood a stone's throw from East Putney Tube station and
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1.6 miles from Royal Academy of Arts
Luxury self contained apartments set in central London’s Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea minutes from tube stations, shops and restaurants.
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4.4 miles from Royal Academy of Arts
Situated opposite the Hackney Empire offering boutique accommodation with Wi-Fi, freshly cooked food and bar with direct routes into central London.
7.4 miles from Royal Academy of Arts
B&B London is a beautifully restored double fronted Victorian home offering Organic B&B in the heart of West London.
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