Serviced Apartments Putney
Top Serviced Apartments in Putney
Located in the heart of south west London, Putney is an ideal location for those looking to stay in the heart of the city with great connections to some of London’s most iconic landmarks. With stylish interiors, lots of space, a fully equipped kitchen and a comfortable bedroom, serviced apartments are ideal for extended stays and are a perfect alternative to hotels
Whatever the reason for visiting London, serviced accommodation from TheSqua.re can help turn that city break or business trip into one that will be remembered forever. Chosen and maintained to exacting standards, these luxury furnished apartments offer comfort and convenience to the guests that choose them, and a range of fantastic locations in some of the most popular travel destinations in the world means that visitors can experience every new place at their own pace, coming and going from a veritable home away from home. Not only this, but TheSqua.re also meticulously selects all its accommodation based on a range of criteria, so residents are sure never to be too far from local attractions or public transport hubs.
Some of the best serviced apartments near Putney include:
Boasting a range of modern amenities, including built-in kitchens, private access, entertainment facilities, high-speed Wi-Fi, and room cleaning and concierge services where available, these luxury rental apartments are fast becoming one of the most popular options for those looking for accommodation in Putney for the long term or the short. Whether coming or going, serviced apartments from TheSqua.re guarantee restful and relaxing nights for all guests, with a unique human touch offered throughout all customer service interactions to keep travellers coming back to London time and time again.
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Close to the city centre, and to several major transport hubs, Putney is an ideal location for those looking to do business in the capital. Served by a number of TFL routes, trips into London’s commercial and financial quarters can be completed in a matter of minutes, meaning that business travellers will easily be able to make those important meetings. Rather less expensive than some rental properties in the city centre, serviced apartments in Putney can act as flexible and efficient accommodation alternatives, and they also come fully furnished with flat screen TVs, high-speed Wi-Fi, fitted kitchens and more, so even the busiest business traveller can unwind after a long day. Ensure every trip is a productive and profitable one with TheSqua.re, and enjoy a great return on investment every time!
Holiday Accommodation in Putney
Putney is also a convenient destination for those looking for a weekend getaway or city break. With numerous local attractions, as well as easy access to the most popular sights in the city, Putney is a great place to stay for any families or solo travellers looking to experience the best of London on that long-awaited leisure retreat. Whatever is on the agenda, holiday apartments from TheSqua.re can accommodate for quiet evenings in and nights on the town, thanks to their home-cooking and entertainment facilities. Plus, the cosy bedrooms allow guests to be well-rested for the next day, helping them to create memories that will last forever.
Where to Stay in Putney
There are several notable neighbourhoods in and around Putney that offer great accommodation within easy walking distance of many of the best local sights and attractions. Putney Village is particularly popular for its suburban feel, and for its location right in the centre of Putney Heath, with the pleasant surrounding greenery that such a placement affords. Putney Bridge meanwhile offers riverside views and a great range of shops and eateries in close proximity. London is generally one of the safer capital cities in Europe, however visitors are still advised to watch their possessions, as pickpockets may operate in even the quietest areas.
Facts About Putney
A notable crossing point over the River Thames for many centuries, Putney as an area has a history much in keeping with the storied past of the city of London. Here are some of our favourite facts about Putney new and returning visitors will find fascinating:
- Putney is the starting point of the famous Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge Universities, an annual event started in 1829, which today is watched by over 15 million people every year.
- Putney Bridge (formerly known as Fulham Bridge) was the second bridge to ever be built across the Thames, the first being London Bridge, in 1729. The Prime Minister at the time, Robert Walpole, allegedly ordered the construction of the bridge after a frustrating attempt to cross the river, ferries being the only other means of doing so at the time.
- Putney is home to London’s largest Australian and New Zealand communities, who make up part of the population of the Thamesfield ward.
- Putney is in part known for the open space and clean air of Putney Heath. In the past, it was the site of such activities as hawking, hunting, horse-racing and bowling. Today, it is popular among runners and cyclists, and there are a number of fitness and triathlon clubs based in the area.
- Putney Bridge is the only bridge in Britain to be flanked by churches on both ends. To the north lies All Saints’ Church, which saw its churchyard dug up and fifteen graves moved when the bridge was widened in 1926; to the south lies St. Mary’s Church, site of the famous Putney Debates that came about at the end of the English Civil War.
Cost of Living in Putney
Less expensive than some of the surrounding area, the cost of living in Putney can still run upwards of what may be comfortable for some visitors. Residential apartments can range from £700 to £2,000+ a month to rent, making serviced accommodation a much more viable option for longer term residents, particularly given the many perks associated with extended stays.
Day to day costs obviously vary depending on the activity. Weekly travel passes (for Zones 1-2) can run to upwards of £35, though there are discounts available for certain residents. The UK does however benefit from the National Health Service, meaning that huge healthcare costs are not an issue. Residents may need to pay for private or cosmetic surgery or dental care, but these outgoings will still be minimal. Dining out can range from £15 to £55, depending on the calibre of restaurant, but this can be offset by the reasonably low price of local groceries. Money can also be saved on weekly entertainment, including trips to the theatre and cinema, with a wide selection of inexpensive ticket prices and membership options.
Things to Do in Putney
From paid day trips to fun freebies, there is plenty for visitors to see and do local to Putney. Whatever the reason for visiting, these are just a few suggestions to help guests make the most out of their leisure time:
Q. What are the most popular things to do in Putney?
Here are just a few of the many opportunities for entertainment and enjoyment to act as the cherry on top of any stay:
- Experience game, set and match with tickets to Wimbledon, one of the most famous sports venues in the world.
- Take to the links at Roehampton Country Club or Richmond Park Golf Course and improve that nine-iron swing.
- Visit the home of Chelsea FC and tour the famous stadium and accompanying museum.
- Tour the many listed buildings in the area, including All Saints’ Church, St. Mary’s Church, and the Polish Church of St. John The Evangelist.
Q. What are some free things to do near Putney?
Want to save some pennies on those day-to-day activities? Here are some great ways of passing the time in Hampstead without breaking the bank:
Here are some great ways of passing the time in Kingston without breaking the bank:
- Walk the Putney Sculpture Trail, a river tour comprising nine sculptures by Alan Thornhill and spanning either side of the bridge.
- Check out the stunning grounds and interior artifacts of the nearby Fulham Palace.
- Escape into the green fields of Richmond Park, the Commons, or Putney Heath.
Q. What are the most family-friendly things to do near Putney?
For families with children, or simply the young at heart, there are a number of fun days out we would recommend:
- Dive into a locked room mystery at Popup Escapes.
- Try a hand at horse riding with lessons and courses available at Wimbledon Village Stables.
- Check out the latest blockbusters and independent releases at the local Odeon Luxe.
- Visit the animals of Battersea Park’s Children’s Zoo, including otters, meerkats, monkeys and more.
Places to Visit in Putney
Boasting close proximity to the top sights of South London, as well as easy access to the capital as a whole, Putney is a popular destination for visitors looking for a more suburban stay in the centre of the city. And with a history dating back over a thousand years, there is plenty to see and do in the local area to keep such visitors entertained. Here are a few of our places to visit in Putney and the surrounding area:
- Putney Bridge - more than just a convenient crossing point over the River Thames, Putney Bridge is also the second oldest bridge in London, after London Bridge. Why not walk the length and visit the churches at either end to truly get a sense of what the area was like back in the day?
- Winchester House - a private members club since 1892, this Grade II listed building allegedly dates back to the 18th century, and was used by Oliver Cromwell during the Putney Debates. Legend has it he planted a mulberry tree in the grounds, which still bears fruit to this day.
- Chelsea FC Museum and Stadium - the home stadium of one of the most famous football teams in the world, sports enthusiasts can now enjoy an informative and immersive tour of Stamford Bridge, including the history of this iconic club, and national and international memorabilia.
- Fulham Palace - a Grade I listed building, this grand country home and garden was formerly the principal residence of the Bishop of London and is now a museum dedicated to its own thousand-year-old history. Admission is free, but donations are always welcome.
- Putney Heath - a large space of greenery surrounding Putney Village, the Heath is one of the more pleasant local escapes, and features open woodland, ponds, and a cricket ground.
- Centre Court, Wimbledon - another popular destination among sporting fans, Wimbledon is the home of international tennis, and game days are always exciting to witness. There is even a shopping mall on site, teeming with popular brands and tennis memorabilia, where visitors can indulge in some retail therapy.
- Richmond Park - the largest of London’s royal parks, Richmond Park was created by Charles I as a deer park in the mid-17th century. Pleasant walks and views abound, and the park is also of national and international importance for wildlife conservation.
- Hampton Court Palace - a short distance across Richmond Park lies this famous Tudor palace, one-time home of Henry VIII. A great day out for visitors of all ages, Hampton Court boasts fabulous interiors, many works of art from the Royal Collection, a huge grape vine, and popular hedge maze.
- Marble Hill House - a gorgeous stately home located across from Richmond Park, Marble Hill House is a Palladian villa built in the mid-1700s for the Countess of Suffolk. Visitors can lose themselves in the stunning grounds and interiors, and the site is also frequently used for weddings and community events.
- Caesar’s Well - finally, one of the more curious locations on this list, Caesar’s Well is a holy spring located on the Commons, and the source of the River Ravensbourne. Legend states that Caesar’s legions, thirsty on their march towards London, were shown this well by a mystical raven, and that the water possesses healing properties.
Places to Eat in Putney
Whenever quiet nights in of home cooking seem like more of a hassle, Putney residents can get out and explore the many fine bars and restaurants in the nearby area. From familiar chains to artisan eateries, there is a huge host of catering options serving a range of cuisine, and with so much choice available, it can sometimes be hard to narrow a selection down.
Here are a few places to eat in Putney we would recommend to any visitor:
- The Dynamo.
- Home SW15.
- Boma Bridge.
- Thai Square Putney Bridge.
- Blades Restaurant.
- Putney Pies.
Street Food in Putney
Street food is also an option in the area, with the likes of District 1 offering delicious takeaway meals for hungry visitors. For a true street food dining experience however, we would recommend paying a visit to some of the more regular pop-up markets around Central London, such as Maltby Street Market, Model Market, Street Food Union, and the Southbank Centre Food Market. Adventurous guests can even venture over to Stratford Westfield’s Food Hall for a delicious range of national and international cuisine, and partake in some window shopping after. Perfect!
Shopping in Putney
Though less well-known as a shopping destination compared to more central locations, such as Oxford Street, Covent Garden and Stratford Westfields, Putney still offers plenty of opportunities for retail therapy to the travellers that visit the area. From fashion to fine dining, sports and technology, there is plenty for visitors to find close to home, and easy access to the rest of London means that any specific purchases will still be simple to find.
Some of the best places to shop in Putney include:
- Putney Exchange - a two-storey shopping mall in a relaxed environment, boasting over forty chain stores, cafes and eateries.
- Putney High Street - the main high street in the area, featuring unique boutiques, brand name stores, and more.
- Southside Wandsworth - a popular shopping complex since 1971, this centre features brand name clothing retailers, eateries, a kids’ club, and an on-site multiplex.
- LCLB Clapham South - a shopping centre featuring numerous high street brands and independent outlets, a short walk from central Putney and close to the picturesque Clapham Common.
Transportation in Putney
With 11 Underground lines covering 270 stations, London’s public transport network is world-famous and all-encompassing, meaning that visitors can feel assured they will never be too far from home. The Putney area is served by several stations and lines: East Putney and Putney Bridge (District Line), and Putney Station (National Rail). These stations are arguably the most efficient ways of travelling around the city, and Day Travelcards can be bought (accepted through Zones 1-5) for £18.10. There are also a number of major overground terminals close by, including Clapham Junction and London Waterloo, which open up options for getting out and exploring the wider country.
London is of course famous for its iconic black taxis and red buses, and these can both be a great way of sightseeing during travel. Buses in particular are exceptionally useful: they can be boarded with a simple tap of a Contactless Payment Card, Travelcard or Oyster (£1.50 for a single fare, £4.50 for a day of bus-only travel), and run over 700 routes, including 52 night services. Visitors with their own vehicle will also be able to easily get out and explore the wider country in no time at all, as Putney is usefully linked via the A3 to a whole network of road routes.
Weather in Putney
Due to its generally temperate climate, the weather in the UK can often be difficult to predict, and Putney is no exception. During winter, the temperature can easily drop below freezing in the coldest months, while the months of July and August can have temperatures ranging into the high twenties and above. Even in summer though, rain may be still be just a cloud away, and so visitors and encouraged to pack wet weather gear no matter when they travel. We recommend visiting in September, as this month usually offers warm, balmy days with cool and comfortable evenings, allowing both short term and long term residents to make the most out of their stay.
Cost to Stay in Serviced Apartments in Putney
Putney, the southwestern district of London with scenic streets is a lovely place to stay. It may not be as posh as the neighboring areas of Richmond and Wimbledon. But a large section of the place does see many extravagant properties. In the past 1 year, the average house rates have been around £885,239. However, if you are looking for temporary homes, i.e furnished vacation rentals, the rates are affordable. The cost to stay in serviced apartments in Putney starts at around £80 per night. The bigger apartments with more bedrooms are usually priced at £175 per night or more. They are great cost-effective options for large families and groups. As for the hotels, Putney has many in the range of £85 per night. But if you prefer luxury, it is best to look for options above £100 per night.