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Biggin Hill Airport lies on the edge of southeast London and is just 12 miles from the city centre, with quick and easy transport links into the heart of the capital. If you choose to stay at Biggin Hill, you can enjoy one of the area’s many quality hotels and take advantage of a full range of top-notch services and full-board hospitality. For a more personal touch, the region around the airport is home to many small villages, and places where you can stay on a B&B basis only. These are just as welcoming as their larger counterparts, with the added perk of being family-run and offered at very reasonable prices.
Though London is within easy reach, there are many other attractions local to Biggin Hill Airport. These include Down House, the home of Charles Darwin and his family for 40 years, and nearby Hever Castle, which dates from the 13th Century. One thing’s for sure: you’ll never be short of things to do when you stay at a Biggin Hill hotel, with a wealth of fascinating attractions close at hand.
Accommodation at Biggin Hill is outstanding, and comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. In the airport itself international chains offer quality services and facilities. If you venture farther away from the airport, however, your choice opens up to include smaller, family-run guesthouses and bed & breakfasts offering clean rooms and hearty meals at decent prices. If you head into London itself, you can choose from world famous hotels like the Dorchester, Ritz and Savoy, and be within walking distance of some of the capital’s most famous attractions. Covent Garden and the West End theatres are must-visits.
While you may well be happy with half-board in a family-run B&B, it’s worth knowing that there are several spa hotels and boutique establishments within easy reach of Biggin Hill. This may be preferable for business travellers who might not have time for leisurely sightseeing, and who would prefer to completely relax for a night or two, closer to the airport.
The hotels and guesthouses in and around Biggin Hill Airport offer a number of excellent facilities that travellers will find useful, especially those here on business. In most cases, full air conditioning comes as standard, while executives on the move will also benefit from facilities such as conference rooms and fax machines. As high-speed broadband continues to roll out across the south east of England, fast and efficient download speeds are offered by larger hotels, and many of the small B&Bs. So, whether you’re here for business or pleasure, Biggin Hill hotels ensure that you’re always in touch with the wider world.