Park House Hotel Harrow is a subsidiary of The Harrow Hotel. It is located separately from the hotel and is an ideal destination for guests looking for budget accommodation in the area. Guests can use all of the facilities available at the main hotel and their rooms are furnished to a good standard. The only thing that guests miss out on is internet connection and a few of the more luxurious elements of the rooms and bathrooms of the main hotel.
Guests are welcome to dine at the the hotel's Lanfranc Restaurant, which serves an international menu specialising in French cuisine. Afterwards the Lounge Bar and Conservatory is a nice venue in which to spend the evening, to get to know the other guests or socialise within your own party. It serves a selection of drinks and meals as well as afternoon tea on a Sunday.
The hotel also has a selection of meeting rooms that can accommodate anything from 2 to 140 delegates with WiFi available and a range of catering options including a buffet. The hotel is also a popular wedding venue, the conservatory ideal for a ceremony and the Wedding Team on hand to help you out with whatever you need.
Park House Hotel Harrow is located in north-west London approximately a half hour tube ride from the city centre. The hotel is just a 15 minute drive from Wembley Stadium, making it a popular venue for those visiting the city to catch a sports game or music event at one of the world's most famous stadiums. The nearest tube station is West Harrow, which is just a 10 minute walk from the hotel.
Harrow, north-west London. Nearest tube station is West Harrow on the Metropolitan Line.
restaurant - bar - meeting rooms - conference facilities
The Park House Hotel Harrow has its own car park available to guests free of charge.
en-suite - television - telephone - radio - desk - trouser press - ironing facilities - tea and coffee making facilities
Guests arriving to the hotel by air can take the appropriate express service from their airport into the city centre. The Heathrow Express takes about 15 minutes to get to Paddington station, whilst the Gatwick Express takes about 30 to get to Victoria. Once in the city guests need to take the Metropolitan line west. Guests arriving via Paddington can get onto it by first taking the Bakerloo Line to Baker Street, where they can change. Those arriving through Victoria can take the Victoria Line one stop to Green Park, where they can change onto the Jubilee Line to Finchley Road, which provides access to the Metropolitan Line. On arriving at West Harrow guests should exit left onto The Gardens and then take a right onto Pinner Road, where they will find the hotel after a short walk. It should take no more than 10 minutes from the tube station.
Those arriving by car should leave the M25 at Junction 16, taking the A40 toward central London. After passing Heathrow airport guests should turn left onto Church Road, taking the first left at the roundabout and immediately turning right onto the A312. Guests should then turn left onto Shaftesbury Avenue followed by a right onto Pollock Avenue. At the end of the road guests should turn left onto Whitmore Road and take the first right onto Drury Road. At the T junction guests should take the left onto Vaughan Road where, at the end, they can turn right onto Pinner Road, where they will find Park House Hotel Harrow. The drive should take about 20 minutes from the M25.