General Description Originally built in the 16th century the Red Lion Hotel continues the tradition of old world craftsmanship with exposed timber beams and a large Tudor fireplace with modern day comfort. The Hotel has 55 en-suite guest bedrooms all have air-conditioning, modem points, tea and coffee making facilities and Sky TV. There are 2 superior rooms, The Charles I and The Brunel which offer exceptional comfort and space which are perfect for a special occasion or a longer stay. The newer bedrooms overlook a quiet courtyard and landscape gardens. There's a comfortable lounge to relax in. The Red Lion Restaurant and Pub overlook Hillingdon Hill and offers all-season comfort and a warm welcoming atmosphere in which to meet friends and colleagues. Charles 1st is reputed to have taken respite in the Red Lion in 1646. On warm Summer evenings you can enjoy a pint of Fuller's quality ale in the large patio area. The Red Lion Restaurant is open daily for Lunch and dinner offering a varied and appetising menu. The Red Lion is an ideal base for both business and leisure visitors. Located close to Uxbridge Station, Metropolitan and Piccadilly line gives easy access into Central London and the City. The M4, M1, M40 and M25 are within easy reach and the Hotel is close to key business areas such as Uxbridge, Stockley Park and Hayes. Nearby attractions such as Windsor, Legoland, Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures are a short drive away. Transportation The Red Lion is just south of Uxbridge, off the A4020, and is minutes away from major motorway access on the M4, M25 and M40. The Hotel is 12 miles away from central London and only 15 minutes' from Heathrow Airport. The heart of London is accessible from Uxbridge and Hillingdon underground stations. Berkshire, Hertfordshire and Surrey are all within driving distance.
Room Service, Restaurant, Parking, Disabled Access, Concierge, Bar /
Lounge, 24 Hour Reception, Banquet Facilities, Coffee / Tea Maker, Laundry
service, Free Parking
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