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Hotels in Ruislip

Hotels in Ruislip


The main hotels in Ruislip are listed below. Ruislip Online does not recommend or endorse any of them. They are listed in order of convenience to Ruislip itself and proximity to regular public transport.


The Barn Hotel


This hotel is very close to RUISLIP underground station. Exit the station, turn sharp left and go up the stairs. Turn left at the top, walk down to the foot of the large bridge (200 yards) and The Barn Hotel may be found by the mini roundabout by turning left down their driveway. You can visit their web site here.

Apart from being handy for the tube trains in to London and the local buses is is close to the main High Street and a fifteen minute walk to the Manor Farm Complex at the far end of the High Street. 


Ramada Inn South Ruislip

This hotel is very close to SOUTH RUISLIP underground station, where you can get fast trains strainght through to the heart of London. To find it from the station exit and turn left, walk under the bridge and it is on your left, about 200 yards walk in total.

It seems to have an identity crisis as it is variously called Ramada London and even Heathrow, (where is is actually quite hard to get to Heathrow from it by public transport!).

There is a web site link here.

Although handy for the Underground and fast trains to the centre of London if you want to get to the main heart of Ruislip you need to exit the hotel, turn left to the traffic lights and left again and get a 114 bus to Ruislip Station, a 15 minute ride away.

It also claims to be handy for the Polish War Memorial and whilst it is the nearest hotel to it is it a good 30 minute walk away. 



The Bell Inn, Ruislip Gardens

This "Inn" is basically a large 1930's pub with some rooms over. It is very close to RUISLIP GARDENS underground station. Exit the station and turn right and pass under the railway bridge. On exiting the bridge it may be seen on the left hand side of the road, where there is crossing controlled by lights 100 yards beyond the bridge.

There is a web site here.

There are only a few rooms at this hotel. To get to the heart of Ruislip you need to get the E7 bus from the stop just outside the hotel (so heading away from the railway bridge). It is about a 15 minute ride away.



The Orchard (Premier Inn)

Not the easiest place to get to by public transport and if you are coming by train although there is a bus from the underground station it might be quicker to walk.

Go to RUISLIP underground station and exit through the bus garage, turning left at the main road. At the traffic lights just by the bus garage go straight across and walk up the gradual hill that is the road called Kingsend (this is a residential street, and it is suggested if there is a gap in the traffic you cross it as it is harder to cross at the roundabout at the far end of it).

At the end of this road you will arrive at a small roundabout and if you look to the right there you will see The Orchard (perhaps through a hedge). The Premier Inn is right behind it and part of the same building. Crossing the roads at the roundabout could be a bit of a challenge as it is a busy junction. 

There is a web site here

If you do not fancy the walk you can get the U1 or U10 bus from the bus station, they depart at the far stop on the left as you exit the station, alight at the stop called "Wood Lane". 

The walk is about 20 minutes, the bus takes around 5 minutes (plus waiting time) and does NOT go via Kingsend.

To get to the heart of Ruislip from this hotel turn left as you exit at the main road (Ickenham Road) and just stay on this road and you will arrive at around the centre of the High Street. Turning left on it will take you down to the Manor Farm Complex, turning right towards the station (but it is a longer walk from there than outlined above).