Serviced Apartments Hendon

Top Serviced Apartments in Hendon

Hendon is a charming urban zone in London within the Barnet Borough and is roughly 7 miles or 11 kilometres towards the northwest of Charing Cross. Hendon was once a manor from ancient times and a parish within the Middlesex County and the Municipal Borough of Hendon earlier. Demand has gone up steadily for serviced apartments Hendon since people prefer staying in this quaint Greater London suburb. It was integrated into the zone from 1965 onwards and is within the NW4 postcode. The part of West Hendon comes within the NW9 postcode. Colindale was once a part of the area although it is demarcated via the bustling M1 motorway. 

Top Serviced Apartments in Hendon: 

  • 02 Bedroom Apartment in Queensbury near Colindale
  • Stanmore Apartments
  • Colindale
  • Aerodrome Road Serviced Apartments
  • Pemberton Gardens Apartments Near Camden 

Our serviced apartments Hendon are strategically located in close proximity to major landmarks in the area. They offer the best amenities like comfortable beds, free Wi-Fi and well-equipped kitchens with all vital appliances for travelers.

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Where to Stay in Hendon

Hendon has several areas that visitors prefer including Colindale, Camden and Aerodrome Road along with Hendon Central, Brent Green and Brent Street, Holders Hill and Parson Street among others. 

Facts About Hendon 

Hendon is known for the London Aerodrome which eventually turned into RAF Hendon. The site of the station was given to the RAF Museum from 1972 onwards. The railways arrived here in 1868 with the Hendon Station falling on the Midland Main Line of the network. Here are some more interesting facts worth checking out: 

  • The London Underground arrived in 1923 as Hendon Central. 
  • Brent Street became a major commercial centre within the 1890s. 
  • The River Brent begins from Hendon and creates the boundary with Cricklewood and Golders Green. 
  • Hendon also houses the Saracens F.C. rugby union club and Middlesex University. 
  • Hendon means high place or down and the motto of the area is Endeavour. It was earlier a civil parish within the Gore hundred and Middlesex County. The Domesday talks about the manor although Hendun or highest hill traces its origins even earlier. 
  • Roman settlement fragments were found earlier by the Hendon and District Archaeological Society. 
  • The area still has countryside terrain throughout the Mill Hill zone and the industry sector revolves majorly around manufacturing, aviation work and motoring. 
  • The area transformed into an urban district by the year 1894 while it turned into a municipal borough in 1932. It came into the Barnet borough by 1965. 
  • The Brent Cross Shopping Centre was developed and made functional at Hendon’s southern tip towards the North Circular Road. 

Weather in Hendon 

Hendon has short and comfortable summers which are semi-cloudy while winters are lengthier, chillier, windy and majorly cloudy. Temperatures usually vary between 30 and 84 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time to visit is between late June and early September for enjoying the weather and outdoor activities.