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Innkeeper's Lodge London, Greenwich (Formerly The Mitre Hotel Greenwich)


291 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich, SE10 8NA

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About the hotel

Looking for a comfy hotel near the Thames? Located within the world heritage site of Historic Greenwich, our luxurious lodge provides some of the smartest yet most affordable accommodation in London. It's perfect if you're planning a visit to the capital and have a love for history. The Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory are very close by – as is Greenwich Park, the oldest royal green space in London.

It’s still populated with wild deer; though they’re no longer hunted by King Henry VIII.

For culture fans, we’re handy for the O2 Arena and a plethora of specialist gastronomic shops, foodie eateries and craft markets – and only 15 minutes away from central London (by train, DLR, bus or river taxi).

At The Mitre Hotel, we have 24 elegantly furnished en-suite bedrooms, including three luxury suites, all equipped with flat screen TVs with freeview, free Wifi, complimentary hot drinks and hairdryers. There is a residents’ lounge, secret garden and conservatory – and let’s not forget our historic pub downstairs. Our rooms offer a world of little extras, so you'll find everything you need whether indulging in a short break, unwinding after business or simply treating yourself to a special dinner and stopover. A breakfast buffet is included in all room rates, and the pub serves hot meals if you don't fancy venturing out in the evening.

The hotel is located just off the A206, near to St Alfege's Church. Please note there is no parking available at the hotel, however there is street parking available which is free between the hours of 6pm and 9am, an hourly charge applies at all other times. Alternatively there is a private secure car park opposite, available for £12 per night. Cutty Sark and Greenwich train stations are only 5 minutes walk away if you are travelling to the hotel by train.

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Showing Tuesday 25 October 2016 to Wednesday 26 October 2016

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24 Hour Reception, Cots available, Wedding Licence, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Wake Up Call Available, Porter, Lift to all floors
Wi-Fi Available, Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms, Business Centre
Restaurant, Bar
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Up to 9 years old
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Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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All reviews (12)

92% would recommend it to a friend


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  • j riddel

  • December 2015

great friendly hotel

nice, easy hotel, great staff and nice warm hotel.

  • Richard B

  • September 2015

Shame about the Customer Service

First impressions count .Arrived at The Mitre and was directed to a locked side door at the hotel entrance.

We were seen by a man at the desk who looked as if we had been an inconvenience. He unlocked the door and showed absolutely no welcome or smile. He merely took details and gave us a key. We had paid a fair whack for the room so we are not talking about a hostel here.

The room itself was very spacious and clean. The decor was a little dreary however. The bathroom was clean but the plug hole didn't work so we could shower only. The shelf on the wall had come loose from its fixings.

The pub itself had loads of atmosphere and a delicious pint of Tim Taylors. A continental breakfast was included. The website describes a selection of breads and pastries. There was just plain sliced white bread and no pastries apart from croissants. Although cold they were tasty. Thought more effort could be made overall on the breakfast.

So, in summary, a great location, an atmospheric pub but severely lacking in customer service and the touches that make a good stay. Seemed to lack management. Innkeeper Lodges should take this on board. Sadly we did not feel like guests but inconveniences.

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