113 Pepys RoadBrochure Page. 53
This distinguished house offering luxury bed a breakfast (B&B) accommodation, in SE14, sits above a carpet of twinkling London lights overlooking the landscaped Telegraph Hill Park.
The cosy yet spacious reception rooms, are truly welcoming for B&B guests and have a quiet air of elegance which flows through to beautifully decorated and furnished bed and breakfast accommodation bedrooms and sparkling bathrooms. The Chinese Peony Room has the plushest of carpets, the biggest of beds, the crispest of linens, Chinese porcelain lamps, lacquered panels and kimonos in the wardrobe. Upstairs, the Tulip Room is decorated with tulip and flower prints and its en suite has twin wash basins. The Richmond Room has twin beds, an adjacent private bathroom, and enjoys a view of the garden.
The exquisite garden was laid out by David's late father, Tim who was a great gardener. It is a perfect lure for garden lovers. There are vibrant camellias, two majestic, fully grown magnolias, a catalpa, holly and bay trees.
Wolsey Lodge guests looking for luxury B&B accommodation in London need look no further - you've arrived!
Your B&B Hosts
David Marten and his family have taken over the B&B from David's late mother, Anne. David and Maedhbhina are warm hosts who like to provide the best hospitality for their B&B guests. In addition to bed and breakfast they also run a photography school. They are passionate about food and travel and like nothing more than to go for a good walk with their dog.
113 Pepys Road, London SE14 is lucky to have unrestricted car parking to make it easy to come and go as you wish in London, although the nearest mainline and underground station, New Cross Gate, will get you to London Bridge Station in just 5 minutes and to Westminster in 20. Greenwich, The Cutty Sark, The National Maritime Museum, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Horniman Museum and The Tate Modern are places of interest nearby. The City Airport is only half an hour away by car.
Attractions Near 113 Pepys Road
Greenwich, The Cutty Sark, The National Maritime Museum, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Horniman Museum, Tate Modern, Globe Theatre.