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Keats’ HouseKeats’ House Keats’ House in Hampstead was home to the poet John Keats between the 1818 and 1820. 
Taxi and minicab car hire companies in London
Name Area
Chalk Farm Radio Cars in London Chalk Farm Radio CarsBelsize Park
This minicab company is in Adelaide Road, approx one mile away, with 24 hour service. Chalk Farm Radio Cars provide a 24... more
Prime Cars in London Prime CarsBelsize Park
This taxi company is at 161 Malden Road, roughly ¾ miles away. The opening times are Sun 10-4 Mon-Sat 6 AM-midnight.
Swiss Cottage Car Services in London Swiss Cottage Car ServicesHampstead
This minicab firm is in Finchley Road, less than ¾ mile away from Keats' House, with 24 hour service, airport s... more
Wellington Cars in London Wellington CarsBelsize Park
This taxi firm is at 12 Regency Parade, around one mile from Keats' House. It has 24 hour service, airport service.
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