"The hotel is very tired and looks closed. The pub in front of the hotel has closed. Once we had rattled the entrance door (no bell) the mana..."
"Wonderfully friendly staff, willing to give great recommendations of places, the best transport links and pubs. Great little place not too e..."
About the hotel
Mango & Silvana have been owners of The Chippenham since September, 2005. Mango is a full member of the BII, the British Institute of Innkeeping. This is the professional body for all within the licensed trade.
Not all landlords or hoteliers are members as certain criteria must be met before you can become a member. In that time we have managed to turn it around from being a not so welcoming place to a London Tourism approved Inn. We cater for the local community and visitors alike. Our motto is “There are no strangers here, only friends that haven’t met!” All our rooms are en-suite with digital TV, DVD, Ipod docks, hairdryers & tea/coffee facilities. All prices include a light breakfast which consists of cereal, croissants, juice, toast & tea/coffee. The Chipp is well served by public transport. There is Bakerloo and Hammersmith&City underground lines, the Overground line & Main line railway stations nearby. not to mention the numerous bus routes that go past our front door, We have free Wi-fi in both the bar and rooms so you can surf the web at your leisure to help plan your dy's adventure or if on business, stay connected to the office. In the bar we host various events from Poker to Quiz to Movies. We also have LIVE music every Friday. On Saturdays we have an "Open Mic" night showcasing many local & upcoming bands.
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
Useful Info Show/hide
- From 12:00 hours
- By 11:00 hours
- Up to 8 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
Our reviews are from genuine LateRooms.com customers. We verify that the customer has stayed before leaving a review.
13% would recommend it to a friend
I've got to say that was a very unpleasant stay.
I booked a double room & was given one at the front of the building. The Windows were a poor fit & didn't shut properly which meant the room was extremely noisy (on a busy road with food places ) and was cold. The room smelled dreadful (the drains I think) plus waste water pipes from other rooms ran inside the room which added to the noise. There was no hot water in the taps so washing was unpleasant. The shower door didn't close so the floor flooded. There was bottled water in the room but it was a glass bottle with a plug lid that was clearly refilled. The general state if the hotel was awful. Lots of evidence of leaks (above my bed, in the hallways & so bad on the stairs the ceiling had come down). There was a notice at the apologising for works going on but there was nothing in progress. It was a shocking place & shouldn't really be offering its rooms until they sort it all out. Mould seemed a big problem too. I will never ever stay there again or recommend the place. It spoils what should have been a great weekend.
The hotel is very tired and looks closed.
The pub in front of the hotel has closed. Once we had rattled the entrance door (no bell) the manager couldn't have been more helpful. The hotel is under renovation and it is needed with parts of the ceiling down and windows patched. The room was small but functional and for a one night stopover it sufficed. Breakfast was limited but good. It is about half the price of other hotels on this very busy weekend. Overall the staff were friendly, the bed was comfy and clean, it's just the decor that could do with updating.