For B&B Guests

BED & BREAKFAST

Wimbledon Homes Bed & Breakfast has a wide range of B&B accommodation available in well-appointed family homes for during the Wimbledon Tennis Championships and for the week prior, to accommodate those wanting to attend the qualifiers.

The accommodation offered in these private homes has been carefully selected and guests can be assured of a high standard of cleanliness and a friendly welcome. All homes are easily accessible to an excellent underground service or bus route to Central London, and many are within easy walking distance of the All England Club which hosts the famous Wimbledon Tennis Championships.

A good continental breakfast is offered by the hosts and breakfast is included in the nightly rate. Guests will usually be given a key allowing them to come and go as they please.

Staying in a family home is a fantastic alternative to booking a room in a hotel. All the benefits of being well looked after and with a more personal and individual touch. Your host will be able to make suggestions of where to visit and how best to enjoy the local area. It is a great way of making your visit to Wimbledon tennis so memorable.

WHEN TO VISIT

In 2024 the dates of the Wimbledon Championships are Monday 1 July – Sunday 14 July and the qualifiers begin on Monday 24 June. We are now taking bookings for the period 24 June – 15 July 2024.

QUEUING FOR WIMBLEDON TENNIS

Some of our guests are “serial queuers” who come to the Championships each year; some for just a few nights, and some for the entire fortnight. Many of them start their day in the early hours, joining the queue with their tent, in the hope that they may purchase a show-court ticket on the gate. These guests can arrange with their hosts either to take a packed breakfast or return to the house for a late breakfast once they have purchased their ticket for the day.

WHERE TO STAY

For ease of reference for you, we have divided up the houses on our books into the different areas.

You can take a look at the map below to see where they are. Each has its distinct character.

All England Club

The high-end residential area around the Championship grounds itself and within easy reach of Wimbledon Village.

Wimbledon Village

Properties in and around the chic village with its unique blend of village pubs, array of restaurants and high-end shops. Wimbledon Common is there for you to explore as well as the hidden gem of Cannizaro Park tucked away next to the Common.

Wimbledon Town

Very well served by public transport and benefitting from a wide array of shops, pubs and so many choices of where to eat out. Cinemas and a theatre, not to forget the open-air screening in the Piazza of the tennis plus live music venues ensure a great choice of entertainment when you are not at the tennis.

Wimbledon Park

A well-loved area of Wimbledon with its leafy streets and handsome Victorian and Edwardian houses and of course Wimbledon Park itself with its watersports centre and boating lake. A wonderful collection of local shops and restaurants and with its own District Line tube station. You can stroll through the park straight to the Championship grounds.

West Wimbledon

A delightful conservation area with many comfortable and elegant detached homes and boasts the first house in London to have a telephone in the late 1800s! West Wimbledon abuts Raynes Park and Wimbledon Village areas.

Raynes Park

Has its own train station linking it directly with Waterloo and is very well served by buses as well. A delightful area with Victorian and Edwardian architecture and several little parks, as well as a wealth of different cuisines to choose from.

Putney

A great neighbourhood situated south of the River Thames and conveniently linked to Wimbledon by bus and tube. There are stunning views of the river and the Thames Path going in each direction is a great way of exploring a different side of London. Putney has a bustling centre with shops, pubs, restaurants and a cinema. A weekly market just off the High Street is worth a visit.

Southfields

A perfect location for visiting the tennis. Southfields Tube station becomes very busy during the tennis fortnight as visitors pour in on their way to The All England Club. ‘The Grid’ so called is at the heart of Southfields with its series of parallel roads crossing at right angles and filled with picturesque Edwardian terraced houses. The café culture has developed well in Southfields and there is plenty of choice to eat out after the tennis or during any leisure days you have on your trip.

Once you have decided which area you would like to be in or the type of accommodation you would prefer, then please email us your preferences and we will be delighted to help you. If you are part of a group and are looking to book more than one room, you can see on each listing how many bedrooms are offered and of course you can always let us know your requirements and we can do the research for you.

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