Hampstead Village Guesthouse is a free-standing, Victorian house, beautifully proportioned and lovingly cared for.
Since it was built in 1873, it has been home to generations of families and a variety of interesting people, including the infamous Captain Roberts and the London Mozart Players. It is now the home of Annemarie van der Meer and her husband, Jim Conwell. Annemarie bought the house in 1978 and her children grew up here. Over the years, she has carried out extensive renovations, always using the existing character of the house as her inspiration.
Modern amenities have been sensitively blended with an unusual collection of antique and hand-made furniture to create a uniquely beautiful interior where each room has its own character. Guests respond to the informal atmosphere and many return, feeling that Hampstead Village Guesthouse is their base in London. During the summer months,you can relax and take a leisurely breakfast in our mature garden. In your room, you will find a small fridge; a kettle, tea and coffee; hairdryer, hot water bottle, iron and ironing board, plus a telephone and TV.
We also have ‘pay-as-you-go’ mobile phones for guest use. There is ‘secured network’ Wifi access throughout the house and garden and we have a laptop for guest use. These are complimentary services and we do not charge for them but we do take a deposit for the mobile phone.