Visit and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Harrow, Greater London. The 18th century houses of Harrow on the Hill, the older part of the large borough of Harrow, stand on a hill rising high above the Middlesex plain. Clustered near the parish church, with its 13th century spire, are the bulky Victorian buildings of Harrow School, whose famous ex-pupils include Sir Robert Peel, Lord Byron, John Gals-worthy and Sir Winston Churchill.
To the north the land rises to more than 500 ft on Stanmore Common, the highest point for miles around. Near by is Grim's Ditch, or Dyke, an earthwork constructed in Saxon times and probably intended to mark the boundary of Offa's kingdom of Mercia.
Adjacent suburbs: Acton, Barnet, Bushey, Bushey Heath, Croxley Green, Dollis Hill, Ealing, Eastcote, Edgware, Elstree, Greenford, Hampstead, Harlesden, Harrow Weald, Hatch End, Hendon, Highgate, Hillingdon, Kenton, Kingsbury, Mill Hill, Neasden, North Acton, Northolt, Northwood, Perivale, Pinner, Preston, Ruislip, South Ruislip, Southall, Stone Grove, Sudbury, Watford, Wealdstone, Wembley, Willesden, Willesden Green
Have you decided to visit or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a bed and breakfast (a B&B or b and b)
- a guesthouse
- a hotel (or motel)
- a self-catering establishment, or
- other accommodation