Hotels in Bexleyheath

Average price from £35

Hotels in Bexleyheath

Bexleyheath, which is located in the south east of London, has become an increasingly popular tourist destination in recent years. 

Split between historic and modern parts, it is an ideal destination for visitors who wish to enjoy a taste of village life whilst remaining in touch with London's major attractions.

Premier Inn has a range of accommodation in and around the Bexleyheath area, providing holidaymakers with the perfect place to recharge after a day spent sightseeing.

Bexleyheath hotels
  • London Bexleyheath

    51 Albion Road Bexleyheath Kent DA6 7AR
    (1 miles) Based on 103 traveller reviews
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    £47.00
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  • Swanley

    London Road Swanley BR8 7QD
    (4.5 miles) Based on 314 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £52.00
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  • Dartford

    The Bridge Business Park Halcrow Avenue Dartford DA1 5PR
    (3.9 miles) Based on 299 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £37.00
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  • London Greenwich

    43-81 Greenwich High Road Greenwich London SE10 8JL
    (7.4 miles) Based on 1286 traveller reviews
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    £53.50
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  • Thurrock West

    Stonehouse Lane West Thurrock Essex RM19 1NS
    (4.8 miles) Based on 561 traveller reviews
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    £35.00
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  • Thurrock East

    Fleming Road Unicorn Estate Chafford Hundred RM16 6YJ
    (6.2 miles) Based on 201 traveller reviews
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    £35.00
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Attractions of Bexley

Hall Place is perhaps Bexley's most famous building, with the former stately home now a Grade I listed structure. As well as exploring the resplendent 17th century Tudor house, tourists can wander around the site's 65 hectare garden and discover its hothouse and intricate flower beds.

Active holidaymakers staying with Premier Inn can also explore the ruins of Lesnes Abbey and surrounding landscape. The site is famous for its spectacular scenery, exciting nature trails and twisting mulberry tree, which is fabled to have been planted by King James I. 

Tourists staying at one of Bexley's hotels who enjoy learning about history should visit Danson House during their time in the area. Originally built in 1766, its exquisitely restored rooms and interiors are now open for all members of the public to discover.