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Ideal for your 1st night in the UKAlun and Juliana welcome you to our small comfortable house in a quiet cul-de-sac in a pleasant commuter town 25 miles from London and 15 miles from Heathrow Airport (Terminal 5).
The house is 12 minute walk from the Woking mainline station with 13 trains an hour (at peak times) to Waterloo Central London (journey time 25 minutes)
PLEASE NOTE HOWEVER: - Woking is a quiet suburban town. If you want to stay in the brights lights of London then this accommodation is probably not for you. Please review the map to see exactly where my house is and its proximity to London.
Also Woking is 45 minutes from Heathrow Airport by coach or I also can meet you at the airport and drive you to my house (dependent on flight arrival time). You just pay for petrol/gasoline (approximately £5-£10 depending on time). So if you are likely to be jet lagged then one night here before heading off to stay in London may be a good idea
We have two single bedrooms that guests can use. The main guest bedroom is the one with the large chest of drawers You will be welcome however to use all facilities of the house.
We are the perfect hosts because due to work and other commitments you may very well have the house to yourself.
Help yourself to bread, cereals, tea, coffee, etc
There is a large supermarket 5 minute walk away for all your other needs.
This is "no frills" accommodation which is reflected in the price. The house is a standard built British "starter" terrace house. We clean between guests as per Airbnb CoVid guidance. The cost is low because we do not view this as a business. Our motivation is helping guests and visitors to the UK, London and Surrey. It is a peaceful town location (being at the end of a long cul-de-sac there is no traffic noise, being close to a railway line however you do get train noise, mainly in the single room, although not at night). We hope that, because of the relaxing ambiance, this is an ideal first (or last) night accommodation from which you can then go and explore London or the countryside of the South East of England. You are very welcome or course to stay as long as you want. If you need any help and advice on what to see or where to stay Iwewould be happy to advise.
Thank you for reading. We hope to hear from you soon.
Alun and Juliana