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“My room = earthquake simulator; but that was not the only issue”
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Brewers Inn
Ranked #504 of 1,077 Hotels in London
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 11 April 2010

Stayed from 2 to 7 April 2010 on my second trip to London. Approximately 10 minute walk south of Wandsworth Town Station (National Rail - South West Trains) in TravelCard Zone 2.

My room was on the 2nd floor at the end of the hallway facing the main intersection. From the ground floor, there are 36 steps on 6 short flights of staris. There is no elevator, so this should be considered to booking.

First, the amount of road noise / vibrations was extremely loud. There were 2 panes of glass, but 10 to 20 times/hr, I could hear and more importantly feel the vibrations of passing traffic. The bed, headboard attached to the wall opposite of the window, and nightstand vibrated, I live in Tokyo and reald earthquakes are not that bad.

Second, the majority of the room was fine. Comfortable bed, nice TV, but the majority of the bathroom appeared to be in the middle of a restoration, Three of the four walss needed to be painted because the exisiting paint was bubbling up and peeling off. There were 2 large holes in the wall where a towel rack had broken off the wall. One of the holes, the size of my palm, was stuffed full of toilet paper--very tacky.

There was plenty of hot water and good water pressure---except when the actual shower was used. Seperate controls to fill the tub vs using the shower. The water pressure and quantity of hot water seemed to be restricted when using the shower.

Third, my towels were not changed the last 3 nights. There was a sign in the bathroom about water/energy conversation--if you want your towels changed, please place them in the bathtub. Only had 2 towels, and one had a distinct smduge on it. That smudge was the clue the towels were not being changed. Understand that I stayed during Easter holiday weekend and there are only 15 other rooms, so they were not packed. Makes me wonder if the towels and bed linens were clean when I checked in.

Fourth, there was a heater on the wall (Americans would call it a radiator) There were distinct soot maks on the wall directly above the heater. Easy to see against the white wall. Took a tissue dipped in water, rubbed the soot, and it came right off. If I could do that, housekeeping could have done the same. The lights in the room's chandeiler were burning out at a rate of 1 per day. Four of the 5 bulbs burned out during my 5 day stay. The electrical outlet near the desk could not be used because part of an eletrical plug was broken off in the outlet.

There are a couple of pubs, coffee shops, Chinese, and fish/chips shops near the Wandsworth Town Station. About a 10 minute walk from the inn are a couple of grocery stores--Sainbury's, White Rose, a Starbucks, etc.

Free WiFi signal was strong, fast, and stable. There is a train that runs at least twice an hour from Wandsworth Town Station direct to Waterloo station. Ride takes 10 minutes and once at Waterloo, you have access to entire London Underground system. Recommend a multiple day TravelCard to save money, time, and effort.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled solo
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Reviewed 17 October 2009

After travelling across Scotland and England we were lucky enough to spend our final days at the Bewers Inn. It's well located and easily accessible by bus - day and night, and there's a range of convenience shops nearbyby as well as a major shopping centre about 300 metres away.
Our room was large and well appointed, with a smart bathroom as well - we lacked for nothing. There were some stairs to climb, but they weren't too bad.
Downstairs is a large bar area with a good atmosphere, and the restaurant is attached. We ate a hearty breakfast there each day, and dined there on several nights as well; food was good well cooked English staple fare, but tasty and good value.
The place was very clean, and the staff were amongst the most engaging of any we found on our entire trip. I would heartily recommend the Brewers Inn as a place to stay

  • Stayed: October 2009, travelled with family
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Reviewed 28 July 2009

Quite cosy. Nice bathroom. Great beds. Excellent breakfast. Good pub hotel.

  • Stayed: March 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank espeso
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Reviewed 12 July 2009

Just to confirm the other reviews. A really excellent hotel, the rooms were tastefully furnished and made us feel that we were staying at a more expensive establishment. Again, very helpful staff and an excellent breakfast served freshly cooked. About 10mins walk to the train, partly along the attractive high street.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 June 2009

Easy to locate, smooth check in, extremely helpful staff especially Emilda the hotel receptionist (Emilda was bubbly, friendly and very helpful, nothing was to much trouble – thank you), Stylish and cozy restaurant with excellent food at reasonable prices, friendly atmosphere in the bar, good sized room for a London hotel. Breakfast was included in our room rate. This was served in the main restaurant with a selection of about 5 dishes including either a continental or full english breakfast. The food was hot and fresh with a decent sized portion. We also ate lunch in the bar area during our stay, this too was very good quality and great value for money. We read some reviews before we booked that mentioned the noise from the main road, our room was at the front of the hotel but we were not disturbed by the traffic. It is a busy road but is not so bad in the evening, plus all of our windows had been sound proofed which kept the noise to a minimum. The hotel is just a short walk from the town centre and shopping mall. The bus service is regular and you can get to central london easily within 20-30 minutes depending on traffic. Or the train station is a 5 minute walk away where you can get a direct train to London Waterloo in just 15 minutes. We found nothing to dislike about the hotel, although the parking could be an issue. The hotel is advertised as parking available but there are only 3 spaces for 16 rooms. We arrived early so had no problem, but late arrivals my struggle. There was no charge for parking on site. We would definitely recommend this hotel to friends and family as we enjoyed our stay.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about Brewers Inn

Address: 147 East Hill | Wandsworth, London SW18 2QB, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > London > Clapham / Battersea 
Bar / Lounge Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant
Hotel Style:
#239 Family Hotel in London
#340 Business Hotel in London
Price Range: €100 - €135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Brewers Inn 3.5*
Number of rooms: 16
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Brewers Inn has 16 beautifully decorated en-suite bedrooms offering all you need for a relaxing & comfortable stay. All our rooms include:•Flat Screen TV’s with Freeview•Direct Dial Telephones•Hair dryer•Ironing Facilities•Tea & Coffee making FacilitiesThere are armchairs for you to relax in, and desks at which to work. In the bathroom, there are luxury towels and complimentary toiletries. Extra beds are available for children sharing a room and Cots are free of charge. ... more   less 
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