New book for visitors to Notting Hill!

We (okay, I) here at The Guide to Notting Hill have been rather busy recently. Not only has there been a re-design (and big update) to make this site to make it easier to use (and to provide more information), I’ve also been beavering away to create an e-book for visitors to the Notting Hill area!

Called A┬áVisitor’s Guide to Notting Hill by a Local, the e-book features listings (and mini-reviews) of a wide variety of establishments in the area – including restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs, shops, cinemas, clubs – as well as tips on visiting Notting Hill and what to see, such as Portobello Market; a brief history of the area; trivia, transport and accommodation details; plus sections on Notting Hill for Kids, Notting Hill in an Hour and Notting Hill on a Budget.

A Visitor's Guide to Notting Hill

Watch out for this book!

It’s a great book for visitors to Notting Hill, and provides different and expanded information to what is featured on this website.

The book is available for purchase on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk, as well as on Amazon.de, Amazon.fr, Amazon.es and Amazon.it. It can be downloaded to your Kindle, or to a Kindle app that you may have on your iPhone, iPad or similar.

I hope you enjoy reading the book!

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3 Responses to New book for visitors to Notting Hill!

  1. paula November 1, 2012 at 11:14 pm #

    ┬┤Hello! I will be visiting London by Feb 2013, I really want to visit Notting hill! Is it too far from the city? It will be my first time there :)

    Paula

    • Danai January 23, 2013 at 11:29 pm #

      No honey is not too far. It is near the center actually!!! You can use the http://www.tfl.gov.uk/ webside for your public transfer!!! have fun and enjoy London!!

  2. virginia January 3, 2014 at 9:57 am #

    here goes a funny request of information: do you know any children-teen activity in the hill where my children could get involved along the 1st week of march??? we’ll be visiting london and stay in notting hill; it might be interesting for them to get in touch with locals and practise thir english…

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