Hotels in Cranford

Average price from £39

Cranford hotels

Cranford sits in the outer borough of Hounslow and is ideal for basing a holiday in the west of the city.

The area offers some of the most attractive landscape anywhere in London, with Cranford also close to the modern commuter hub of Heathrow Airport.

Premier Inn's Cranford hotel is conveniently located near London's spectacular airport, offering tourists affordable and luxurious rooms as soon as they step off the plane.

Hotels in Cranford
  • London Heathrow Airport (Bath Road)

    15 Bath Road Hounslow Middlesex TW6 2AB
    (0.5 miles) Based on 6160 traveller reviews
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    £35.00
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  • London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5

    Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 420 Bath Road Longford UB7 0EA
    (3 miles) Based on 1497 traveller reviews
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    £47.00
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  • London Heathrow Airport (M4/J4)

    Shepiston Lane Middlesex UB3 1RW
    (2 miles) Based on 975 traveller reviews
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    £39.00
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  • London Hayes, Heathrow

    362 Uxbridge Road Hayes Middlesex UB4 0HF
    (2.6 miles) Based on 359 traveller reviews
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    £39.00
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  • London Twickenham East

    Corner Sixth Cross/Staines Rd Twickenham Middlesex TW2 5PE
    (3.8 miles) Based on 137 traveller reviews
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    £55.50
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  • London Twickenham Stadium

    Chertsey Road Whitton Twickenham TW2 6LS
    (3.4 miles) Based on 216 traveller reviews
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    £53.50
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Things to do in Cranford

Cranford Country Park is a great place for holidaymakers to visit for a family day trip, with the former manor park combining gorgeous scenery and plenty of activities. As well as a children's playground, the park's 18th century walled garden and walking routes along the River Crane are some of the most popular attractions in Cranford.

Holidaymakers staying with Premier Inn can also easily visit the eclectic Syon House during their time in Cranford. The Grade I listed building was originally constructed in the 16th century, with its Great Hall, conservatory and 200 acre grounds attracting visitors from across the country.

The London Motor Museum is another popular attraction for tourists staying in Cranford. The site exhibits 160 classic cars, including one of the original batmobiles and the Volkswagen Beetle used in the Herbie films.