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B&B locations in London, advice please

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I've been looking for B&B's in London, (not a hotel with breakfast) and I know that to keep within my budget it will not be in the center of the city. That is OK and I don't mind 30 to 40 minutes of travel time by tube or bus. What I don't know is what different neighborhoods are like in London. Here's two B&B's that I like, but it would be helpful if I knew more about the area they are in. One is in East Putney and the other is in Fulham. Would like any input, good, bad, or just OK.

http://www.thebedandbreakfastclub.co.uk/property/east-putney-2-london-sw15/

http://www.thebedandbreakfastclub.co.uk/property/fulham-london-sw6/

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