Serviced Apartments Catford

Top Serviced Apartments in Catford

Catford is an old yet upcoming neighborhood in the Lewisham area, situated in South-East London. Known for its peculiar fiberglass cat that sits atop the Catford Shopping Centre or its Victorian and Edwardian style architecture that’s still resonant of the country’s glorious past, the neighborhood has a tight-knit atmosphere and boasts of a friendly and community-oriented populace. Its proximity to the capital with two train stations makes it all the more accessible and a great choice to stay in if you are planning to visit London but want to stay away from the bustle. If you are traveling to London for work, and wish to stay in South East London, our serviced apartments in Catford will be appropriate for you.

Best serviced apartments in Catford:

Each one of our London Serviced Apartments comes equipped with all the facilities and amenities that travelers require to have an absolutely perfect stay. Enjoy a fully equipped kitchen where home cooking is as simple as it always is, free Wi-Fi to connect to the web, a cozy bedroom to rest, and so much more.

Where to Stay in Catford

While Catford is a relatively smaller neighborhood than others in London, nevertheless, it has spots that are ideal for travelers. Catford has a great selection of restaurants that serve numerous palettes and are also quite affordable, unlike downtown London. Do try out ethnic Middle-Eastern cuisine at Mekan, authentic Japanese at Sapporo Ichiban. The Catford Bridge Tavern and Little Nans are also great places to hang out. And the same goes with the local pubs offering tap beer. Head to the Ninth Life or the Riva Lounge for those ales on tap. Catford has everything that you may need during your stay. From great dine-outs to take-aways, markets, shopping centers, and parks. In case you want to go out for a walk or run, Mountsfield Park is a great choice.

Facts About Catford 

Just like other neighborhoods, Catford too has its own story. A few facts of the area can be found below:

  • There are a lot of arguments around how Catford got its name. While some say it’s due to the population of wild cats in the region, others believe that it’s because of the river crossing on the River Ravensbourne where cattle used to cross over. 
  • The neighborhood is well connected with the rest of London with two stations: Catford Station that connects to London Blackfriars in just 20 minutes and the Catford Bridge that has trains to Charing Cross, London Bridge, Hayes, and Cannon Street. 
  • Catford has been home to the late Sir Henry Cooper, Desmond Tutu, and Ben Elton.

Weather in Catford

The climatic conditions of London can vary as per the seasons. With a bright sunny atmosphere in summers, it can go to freezing cold snowy in winters. Adding to it are the obnoxious and mischievous rainfalls that come uninvited. While June to August is great to visit Catford, the winter months of December and January are great too as there may be snow but you can chill in the festive atmosphere.

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