Hendon Hall marries the splendour of the Georgian architecture and situated in a quiet residential of north London. Whilst the manicured terraced garden and Corinthian pillars evoke the past the internal decor brings the hotel into the modern era.
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From £68.79 pppn for a 7 night stay, to £70 pppn for a 1 night stay
- Splendud 'urban country' house
- Easy access to the A1, M1, M25
- Situated near to the Northern tube line and less than 8 miles from Central London
- Complimentary off street private parking
How to find Hendon Hall
Good to know
Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
- Monday to Friday: 6:30am - 9:30am
- Weekends & bank holidays: 7:30am - 10.30am
Ample private parking is available
The hotel have one fully accessible bedroom. The public areas including restaurant are wheelchair accessible, though the gardens do have gravel pathways.
The main hotel entrance has no steps. Entrance from accessible parking has no steps but one door
Children welcome. Room upgrades and additional charges may apply, please call our Reservations team on 0845 2871007 to discuss.
Children 3 and under stay and dine for free.
Children under 12 years receive complimentary bed and breakfast when sharing a room with their parents.
Children 4 years and up to 11 years. Breakfast is included in the rate, all other meals will be charged at 50% of adult price or as priced on the children's menu.
Z-beds are not suitable for children over 12 years of age.
Children 12 years of age and up to 18 years will be charged a £15.00 bed and breakfast supplement when occupying a sofa bed in the room with their parents and will be charged for all other meals as taken.
Cots can be provided on request.
Room upgrade supplements may apply
History of the hotel
Originally known as Hendon Manor, Hendon Hall was mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Any income generated by the manor was granted to Westminster Abbey, but was later seized by the Crown for the Church of England, during King Henry VIII's English Reformation.
King Henry's son King Edward VI gave the Manor to the Earl of Pembroke in return for good and faithful services and he, in turn, gave it to his son Edward as a wedding present in 1569.
The Pembroke family lost the manor during the Civil War, having followed their consciences and backed the 'wrong side' as Loyalists to the Crown. Needless to say, they regained title to the manor at the time of the Restoration of King Charles II.
In 1688, the Lord of the Manor was a staunch supporter of the Catholic King James I and fled with him to France, thereby losing his land and title. Once again Hendon reverted to the Crown, but was soon occupied by the Powis family.
The memorial title, rights and income of Hendon Manor were sold for £13,000 in the late 18th century to David Garrick, the famous actor and manager of the Drury Lane Theatre. David Garrick achieved such fame that his head was even engraved on the halfpenny coin. He fervently admired Shakespeare and created a memorial to him in the garden of Hendon Manor.
There is also a memorial to Garrick himself, who died as Lord of the Manor of Hendon in 1779. This still stands in the front of the garden, although Garrick was buried in Westminster Abbey. He was owner of the estate Viarial Patron and Lord of the Manor of Hendon
In 1852, Hendon Hall became a girls school and we know that plays were often performed on the lawns in the grounds on summer evenings.
Hendon Hall first opened its doors as a hotel in 1911, but was closed during the Second World War to become an RAF convalescent home. After the war it became a hotel again, starting off with a grand re-opening that some local residents remember to this day.
Hendon was home to the England football team during games at Wembley from 1960 to the late 1970s; the team stayed at the hotel the night before their famous World Cup Final victory against Germany in 1966.
Hendon Hall do not accept dogs.
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