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"Quiet interesting area of unexplored London on my view. Really close to interesting street and longest road of restaurants. Ridiculously close to the underground if you are commutting into London".
"Good value, quiet room with comfortable bed, good basic breakfast in connected hotel".
"The location is great as it is next to a tube station. There are lots of shops / cafes / restaurants very close by. There is a tv in the room. It is cheap & convenient".
Less than one minute walk from Turnham Green Tube station
Chiswick is an area of London that has many different parts. There is the busting high street full of shops, restaurants and bars running west from Hammersmith, with Chiswick Back Common at its heart, and there is a more historic area, a hidden gem, alongside the River Thames north of Chiswick House and Garden. Here is St Nicholas's Church and graveyard. The most notable tomb in the graveyard is that of the painter William Hogarth, whose house remains nearby, and his sister Anne, erected in 1771.
In this historic enclave there is also the George and Devonshire pub dating back to the mid 17th century, which was famous in the 18th century for its use by smugglers bringing contraband from the River Thames through a secret tunnel which came up in the cellar of the pub. Houses from the same date include those in Chiswick Square, while the Lamb Brewery also has its origins in the mid 17th century.
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