Serviced Apartments Dagenham

Top Serviced Apartments in Dagenham

Dagenham is a charming town nestled within England’s East London and also within the Barking and Dagenham Borough of London. Demand has naturally increased for quality serviced apartments Dagenham which is located right next to Barking towards the west and Romford and Hornchurch towards the north-east. Rainham lies towards the south-east while Dagenham Dock, lying upon the River Thames, lies southwards. Dagenham is located centrally and approximately 11.5 miles or 18.5 kilometres eastwards from Charing Cross. This beautiful area is preferred by people traveling on business or leisure alike. 

Top Serviced Apartments in Dagenham: 

  • The Euston Square Escape
  • Calabria Boho
  • Calabria Park 
  • Academy Court Apartment
  • Monmouth Road 

There are multiple serviced apartments Dagenham in our portfolio which cater to the needs of all travelers. They come with the best amenities including free Wi-Fi for internet connectivity, well-equipped kitchens with all appliances and comfortable beds for a great night’s sleep.



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Where to Stay in Dagenham

Some of the best places to stay in and around Dagenham include Monmouth Road, Barking, Gordon Road, Becontree, Stratton Drive, Westrow Drive, Melford Avenue and Beccles Drive among others. 

Facts About Dagenham 

Dagenham was previously a rural zone within the famous Essex Country and Becontree hundred. It was not developed as such till the year 1921 when the Becontree estate was commenced as a project by the London County Council. Here are some more interesting facts about Dagenham: 

  • Dagenham Urban District came into being from 1926 onwards, ultimately becoming a Borough within the municipality in 1938. In the year 1965, a majority of the area under the Borough became a part of what we now call as the Barking & Dagenham Borough in London. 
  • Dagenham is majorly a residential zone which is also reputed for its earlier industrial activities and the Ford Dagenham manufacturing plant. The southern portion of the area, locally called Dagenham Riverside, makes up a part of the London Riverside portion of the Thames Gateway area for redevelopment. 
  • Dagenham was deemed big enough to get a chaplain in 1205 and the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul was constructed in this period. 
  • The London, Tilbury and Southend Railways were built in 1854 through the southern portion of Dagenham, in proximity to the River Thames. 
  • A direct route was constructed to Pitsea from Barking, through Upminster and the station opened northwards from the village. This landmark development took place in 1885. 
  • The Dagenham Dock station opened in 1908 while the electrified District line of the London Underground network got extended via Dagenham to Upminster in 1932. Stations are called Dagenham Heathway and Dagenham East today.

Weather in Dagenham

Dagenham witnesses shorter and semi-cloudy summers which are also quite comfortable. Winters in Dagenham are chilly, windy and majorly cloudy. They are also long. Throughout the year, temperatures range between 39 and 74 degrees Fahrenheit. Late June to early September is the best time to visit for travelers. 

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