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The Lord Milner, London

Lord Milner offers luxury Bed and Breakfast accommodation, situated in the heart of Belgravia, one of the most trendy residential areas of London.

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The Edwardian terraced house typical for this part of London has been renovated to offer light elegant accommodation with bedrooms furnished to a high standard including beautiful marble en-suite bathrooms.

The Lord Milner offers a unique combination of homely feel and fashionable life style, our central, yet discreet location allows our guests to experience the capital in a truly elegant style.
We offer high standard boutique style accommodation at very competitive prices which sets us apart from other B&Bs and hotels in London.

The Lord Milner is proudly represented by a team of hardworking professionals who are committed to providing a personalised service. We will assist you with getting around London and recommend a variety of restaurants, amenities and attractions suitable for your needs whether you are visiting the capital for business or pleasure.

The Lord Milner History

Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner, KG, GCB, GCMG, PC (March 23, 1854-May 13, 1925), was a controversial German-born British statesman and colonial administrator.

Alfred Milner was appointed High Commissioner for Southern Africa and Governor of Cape Colony in 1897. It was in South Africa where Lord Milner spent a large majority of his life, formulating a policy that was to try and combine the upholding of British interests with an attempt to deal justly with the Transvaal and Orange Free State governments of the time.

Milner died in Sturry Court, near Canterbury on May 13, 1925 of sleeping sickness soon after returning from South Africa. His viscountcy, lacking suitable heirs, died with him.