Serviced Apartments Chalk Farm

Best Serviced Apartments in Chalk Farm

From singles and families to professionals, the district of Chalk Farm is great for all. And so are the serviced apartments in Chalk Farm. Yes, that’s right, the complete setup of these apartments suits every kind of guest. They are packed with many technically advanced features. High-tech gyms, cloud-based personalized accounts, and many more. But they retain the homely comforts that are a priority for the majority of visitors. Also, the customary travel need for safe, and hygienic surroundings is well taken care of. You can also order extras like getting food delivered, discounts on theatre tickets, and so on. As for the prices, these spaces despite their varied offerings are affordable. So if you want to enjoy luxury on a humble budget, serviced apartments are the ones for you. provides diverse choices of serviced apartments in Chalk Farm. Each of them is made unique to fit the changing demands of the customers. One apartment may have a lavish setting with ample space and the latest interior designs. While another may be more compact to cater to your simplistic approach to life. But we do maintain a basic standard no matter which apartment you choose. In fact, every apartment goes through a 150-point checklist filled with strict parameters. They are made available to you only when they reach a satisfactory level.  

We also value your feedback. The NPS tool helps us in our effort to improve the services to offer you the best home-like environment to live in. Hence, you can expect visible upgrades on certain aspects during your second time with us. 


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Washer / Dryer
Central Heating
Air Conditioning
Cots or Cribs
Work Desk
Private Garden
Secure Entry System
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Gas Safety Check
Electrical Safety Check
Fire Certificates
Wheelchair Accessible
Onsite Restaurant
Pet Friendly
Smoking Allowed
Car Parking

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Some of the apartment buildings in Chalk Farm London will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear. Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full experience.

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Serviced apartments in Chalk Farm London have all the features of home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here.

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Cost of Living in Chalk Farm

Nestled between the classy and calm Belsize Park and the bustling Camden Town, the Chalk Farm vibe has a mix of both. This favors many who then relocate here from other London districts. If you plan to buy a property, a minimum budget of £350,000 is recommended. For more upscale standards, the rates can go as high as £930,000. As for the hotels, there are many affluent ones in and around Chalk Farm with great features. The per-night charges for them may cost you £220. If you have basic demands, you will find many hotels at £100 per night or less as well. But the serviced apartments in Chalk Farm are more profitable in general. At times, they have rates about 30% less than hotels with similar facilities. There are many great apartments in nearby Camden Town in the £160 per night range. Some studio apartments even come at just £134 per night. 

Where to Stay in Chalk Farm?

The neighborhood of Chalk Farm is surrounded by popular locations. There is Belsize Park on the north and Kentish Town on the east. While the south and west are bordered by Camden Town and Primrose Hill respectively. The serviced apartments in Chalk Farm are scattered all over the residential complex. So you will have plenty of options in hand. But it’s best to choose your accommodation depending on your individual needs. For eg, if you have kids, the Haverstock School Business & Enterprise College area may suit you more. Plus, the Chalk Farm Underground Station is within walking distance. So, this also makes for easy daily travel to distant places. 

The Chalk Farm bus garage is another good choice, especially for those who go to Hammersmith and Clapton on a frequent basis. That’s because there are dedicated bus routes to reach those places along with many others. Then if you are young and desire a more lively vibrant atmosphere, stay close to Camden Town. You will find many great pubs, eateries, and music venues in that area to explore. 

Facts About Chalk Farm

The small urban district Chalk Farm based in North London is a great place to stay. But before you move there, here are some amazing facts that can pique your interest levels. 

  • The present-day Chalk Farm previously went by the name of Manor of Rugmere. It was an estate and is documented in the Domesday Book (manuscript on England and Wales) in 1086. A portion of the manor was later brought by Henry VIII which we today know as the Regent’s Park. The remaining half became Chalk Farm. 
  • Even the etymology of the current name is disputed. It clearly does not derive from the soil as the region is formed on London Clay. The general belief is ‘Chalk Farm’ came from the Middle English terms ‘Chaldecote’ or ‘Caldecote’. They became ‘Chalcotts’ by the 16th century followed by ‘Chalk’ by 1746. But, ‘Chalcott’ was still in use for a nearby estate (the Upper and Lower Chalcot Farms) in the early 19th century. And there is a common claim that Chalk Farm was actually Lower Chalcot Farm. But as per some, Chalk Farm got its name due to the whitewashed farm buildings and not ‘Chalcot’. 
  • The area also has no formal boundaries. The core region is between Chalk Farm Road in the east and the western boundary of St Pancras. But Chalk Farm also comprises portions of Camden Town with Primrose Hill ward.  And even some of Haverstock ward. There are ongoing reviews, following which the margins may get more defined. 

Weather in Chalk Farm

Chalk Farm weather just like the rest of London is quite unpredictable. The winters are pretty cool and chilly with the temperatures moving around 5°C and 10°C mostly. Occasional snows are seen during January and February. On the other hand, the summers are warm but mild for most tourists. The highs and lows are near 22°C and 15°C respectively. July and August are the preferred time to enjoy the London streets in the sunshine. That being said, rainfall is quite absurd and sudden in Chalk Farm. So, you will need a bit of luck to avoid that.