Clerkenwell is a trendy area in of London burgeoning with up-and-coming creative firms and modern offices disguised in historic factories and warehouses. The neighborhood’s architectural charm matches its vibrant and energetic population - making it an exciting place to be. Known as one of the city’s must-go dining destinations, Clerkenwell’s Michelin starred restaurants, historic pubs, and all-night bars attract healthy crowds from across the city. There are also plenty of pop-up galleries, comedy clubs and entertainment spots.
The area is hugely popular with office workers, local hipster and tourists, which gives it a fantastic atmosphere and ensures there is always something happening. Being near the centre of the capital, there are also plenty of cultural attractions just a short walk away.
Whether you are heading to Clerkenwell on business or pleasure, you are sure to find it a great place to be, day or night.
Clerkenwell is a small but busy part of the city, accommodation is therefore at something of a premium. Those who wish to make an extended stay will find the most cost effective format of accommodation is that of the serviced apartment, which offer a level of convenience, privacy and value for money that traditional hotels cannot match.
At the Squa.re, we not only offer some of the best properties available in the area, but our customer service team can provide advice and guidance on choosing the best place to meet the needs of your individual visit. Our range of properties are selected according to our stringent selection standards - ensuring you experience the highest level of comfort and convenience. Each is equipped with full kitchen amenities, as well as luxurious bathroom facilities and interior furnishings.
Clerkenwell is particularly regarded for r its abundance of great places to eat and drink, but there is also a variety of interesting things to do and see in this central neighbourhood. The streets are history themselves, with many of the buildings hiding a fascinating history. The Charles Dickens museum is on the edge of the vicinity, which invites guests to learn about one of the world’s most celebrated authors. For those seeking some cultural entertainment, the Barbican centre is within a short walk of Clerkenwell and has a varied catalogue of shows all year round. The area is also know for the infamous Fabric nightclub, which draws visitors from all over the country.
Anyone planning on a little shopping will find the the small-village feel of Clerkenwell compliments the delightful independent shops that are dotted around, selling everything from couture fashion to children’s toys. Exmouth Market is also a must for gift shops and handcrafts.
Visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to getting around in Clerkenwell. London’s public transport is amongst the best and most comprehensive of any city in the world.
Buses run frequently throughout the area, with numerous routes converging on Clerkenwell road. Services run to Waterloo and Victoria Stations, London Bridge, Battersea and out towards Tottenham and Hackney. It’s also easy to hail a black cab in the area, although road transport can be unpredictable during rush hour.
Farringdon and Barbican tube stations are both within easy reach of the area, on the Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and Circle lines, which give access to much of the wider city. Farringdon Station also features overground services to Kings Cross St Pancras, which in turn gives rail access to the wider UK and even Europe.
Those looking to explore the area itself will find it compact enough to easily be explored by bicycle or on foot.
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