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Harefield Manor Hotel 3 Stars

33 Main Road, Romford, RM1 3DL Show on map  0.65 miles from Romford
Harefield Manor Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1708 751901Online booking and availability
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£55.00per room per night
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Havering Guest House 

2 Havering Road, Romford, RM1 4QU Show on map  1.09 miles from Romford
Phone: +44 (0)1708 732302
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£30.00per room per night

Romford, located in Essex, is situated in East London. The town is located only about 23 kilometers from Charring Cross. Today it is a major metropolitan area. It has been part of Greater London since 1965. The town itself was originally formed as a market town in 1247. There are still numerous shopping centers located in the immediate area, including a fairly large shopping center. There are also numerous accommodation and dining venues located in the Romford immediate area. In addition there is a variety of pubs to choose from in Romford and the local vicinity as well.

The English town of Romford is located within the area of East London. The town is the main settlement within the London borough that is known as Havering. The town of Romford is located about fourteen miles to the north east of Charing Cross. The town is one of the main metropolitan areas within the city of London. Since 1965 the town of Romford has been part of Greater London.

Since 1247 the town of Romford has been a market town and it has the exclusive right to have markets within the town and the markets can cover an area of about six miles. The markets that are held within the town as focused around the main area of Romford. The market rights were granted during the medieval times and they were successfully used to stop the nearby area of Illford from holding markets. The main shopping area of Romford has grown around the focus of the original marketplace.

The main shopping centre within the town of Romford is known as Liberty shopping centre. This shopping centre has undergone a lot of changes over the years and it has been modernised and expanded as part of the revival programme within Romford. The revival programme is designed to help the shopping centre cope with the pressure from the shopping centres that are located outside towns. The main competition for the Liberty Shopping Centre is the Bluewater Shopping Centre that is located in Kent and also the Lakeside Shopping Centre that is located in Essex.

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