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Going to Wimbledon - Where to Stay

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My husband and I will be going to Wimbledon in June and would like some suggestions of B & B's or hotels to stay in for $150 or less. I looked at apartments but I didn't care for any that were available in my price range. Last time we were in London we won the Hilton Olympia on Priceline for $110/night, which was an easy tube ride to Wimbledon.
Since we're not guaranteed to win it again and we would prefer a more intimate place with breakfast, I'm looking for suggestions with good bus options for Wimbledon or near the Picadilly/District lines. We've stayed in the South Kensington and Bloomsbury areas before so I was thinking near the Eye or Chelsea or ??? might be a fun new areas to explore and get to know for our week's stay. Easy access to Wimbledon, while a big plus, is not set in stone. Thank you.

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