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Welcome to our guide for the area around Bath Road in Hounslow. Below we present a selection of upcoming events, local attractions and great places to eat and shop.
The nearest station to Bath Road is Hounslow West Tube Station which is about 5 minutes to the South East.
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Hotels near Bath Road
London > Hotels > Budget Chain Hotel† from £33† 36% off
745 Bath Road, TW5 | 19 minutes from Bath Road
Just a few miles along the A4 from Heathrow Airport, DoubleTree by Hilton London Heathrow Airport is a clean, modern hotel. With 200 air-conditioned guestrooms over ...More
London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel† from £50† 38% off
449 Great West Road, TW5 | 21 minutes from Bath Road
The Best Western Plus Park Grand London Heathrow Hotel provides modern accommodation that's nearby to the airport and within easy reach of the city centre. The ...More
Entertainment near Bath Road
London > Shopping > Food and Drink Shops
371 Richmond Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 | 3.7 miles from Bath Road
Spending most of our time in pubs swilling foreign lager pushed by multi-national breweries, the British nation has turned their back on their home-grown beer. Often ...More
London > Education > Cookery Courses
16-20 Wendell Road, W12 | 6.6 miles from Bath Road
Courses in practical cookery for enthusiastic amateurs at London's best cookery school. Evening courses at Leiths run from 6.45pm to 9.15pm on a variety of topics ...More
London > Leisure > Parks and Gardens
Jersey Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 | 2 miles from Bath Road
The magnificent Osterley House was originally built in 1576 before the renowned architect Robert Adam was commissioned two centuries later to transform the original Tudor mansion ...More