The Monkeys in the Trees
Welcome to The Monkey In The Trees, a brilliant boutique hostel in backpacker friendly West London. We’ve spent a lot of time and effort creating something special, a home from home, a snug little space tucked away in Shepherds Bush that offers everything you need: comfort, convenience and culture.
We’re equidistant between four different underground lines: the Central, District, Hammersmith and Piccadilly. It’s quick and easy to explore every corner of London with the knowledge you’ll easily get back from anywhere. The Piccadilly line is also linked to Heathrow, so if you arrive there we’re more than convenient (ask us about taxis).
If you plan on exploring the whole of the U.K. Shepherds Bush overground takes you to Clapham Junction - one of the major U.K. transport hubs from which you can explore the whole country.
There are even night buses that travel from the central London to within 1 min of our front door - and they run 24 hours.
The guest rooms feature hand made wood beds or traditional metal ones, natural wood floors and extra power sockets, reading lights, lockers and free Wi-Fi. A free continental breakfast will fuel you in the morning and the pub, communal kitchen and T.V. room lounge will be there to welcome you back.
Wait a minute, did you say pub?
Yes a Pub. And by Pub we mean a fully featured British Pub with all the fixtures and fitting you would expect - not an afterthought, not a tiny, sad corner of a room but a proper English pub that sits below your room. It’s an expansive space place to meet greet, relax and have fun with your fellow travelers. Don’t take our word for it, have a look at the photots.
And if you like whisky ask us, we’ve got them all. We like whisky.
The Greyhound Pub first opened to the public in 1892 it was the first pub to greet those traveling from the counties to the capitals West. It was a friendly, welcoming place for locals and newcomers alike and remains that to this day. This idea is the cornerstone of The Monkeys in the Trees hostel.
So, after the history lesson, we mean beers on tap, a plasma television, An open plan, laid back bar featuring comfy sofas, a sunny garden and friendly staff that will welcome you in and welcome you back. It’s open to you, and any friends you make on your adventures. No sneaking guests back for a late night beer!