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Hotels near George IV
London > Hotels > Budget Chain Hotel from £50 36% off
29-33 Camberwell Church Street, SE5 | 2.1 miles from George IV
Billing itself as 'a Spanish Americana oasis in the heart of downtown South London', the Church Street Hotel is certainly unique and boutique-y. Frida Kahlo stares ... More
London > Events > Concerts Dates: Saturday 3rd September 2016 - 2pm
The Windmill, 22 Blenheim Gardens, Brixton Hill, SW2 | 3 minutes from George IV
Bedroom-recorded indie-pop from the Croydon singer-songwriter. Also featuring party organisers, Dignan Porch, with Glass Vaults, Gorgeous Bully, Hipshakes, Houseplants, Ice Baths, Les Bicyclettes Blanches, Oh Well, ...More
London > Restaurants > Caribbean restaurants
132 Brixton Hill, Brixton, South West London, SW2 | 2 minutes from George IV
Negril is a small hidden gem in Brixton specialising in Jamaican Foods. Stepping in there feels like a trip to the Caribbean with reggae music humming ... More
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