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New Market Ale House

2 Self rated


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About the hotel

The New Market House is a privately run Bed & Breakfast in Camden Town, North London, within easy reach of King’s Cross St Pancras and London St Pancras International Rail Stations. We offer guests a variety of brand new rooms, all clean, comfortable and affordable. We look forward to welcoming you to The New Market House.

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Showing Monday 23 January 2017 to Tuesday 24 January 2017

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Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, 24 Hour Reception, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
Wi-Fi Available, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
Restaurant, Bar
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Video/DVD Player, TV, Radio
Video/DVD Library, CD Player, [Channels] News

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Max Child Age
Up to 2 years old
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Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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All reviews (44)

64% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Adam Panter

  • December 2016

Very Disappointing

I've stayed in better hostels than this place - On arrival, we were met by a virtually disinterested receptionist and allocated room 33 on the ground floor in an adjacent building.

The window in the room barely opened with no natural light due to there being a fence within 6 inches of the window. The walls internally were cracking with condensation mould in the corners of the room. The bed was nothing more than a fold out camp bed and everything looked nothing like the pictures on the web page. We complained and got moved to Room 19 which was better but still by no means what we expected prior to arrival. Very poor.

  • S Cook

  • November 2016

Room Ok staff rude and unhelpful

The room was Ok for what it was although if you are a light sleeper just be aware that there is noise from traffic, (I was in room 4).

The bedding was tucked in so tight and so far down the bed that I had to remake, not a problem unless you are getting to your room late and tired. The worst thing was the staff, I had to pay for my room a second time as they said it had not been paid for when I booked over the internet, in hindsight I should have printed everything off to take with me, but then again if the place is being run efficiently why would I need to. The desk clerk found it hard to understand English and even waved a piece of paper right in my face as he got agitated, the manager eventually came to see me but by this time I had just given up and paid again. I don't know if it was sarcasm but the clerk searched for a calculator so that he could add a £3:50 surcharge for my using a Barclaycard to the £90 bill, on reflection I think it was genuine stupidity. The breakfast was a basic continental and I had been lead to believe there would be an option for a cooked breakfast. Several cereals, a toaster, bread and a selection of jams, ham, cheese and small hard buns were the delights of the morning. There was one girl in attendance but she was much too busy on her phone to be of any help, I don't begrudge any foreign nationals the opportunity to work here but their command of English should be a little better than 'ugh?' highlighted by the slightest shrug of the shoulders.

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