Corporate Accommodation in Tufnell Park
Business travel needs that extra spark, that little bit of convenience and comfort that can’t be found anywhere else. That’s where corporate serviced accommodation comes in. Our serviced apartments in Tufnell Park are fully equipped with the needs of business travellers in mind; providing them with an environment to work from remotely and a place they can easily call home. Plus, our corporate apartments are situated close to the tube stations in the area so getting to Central London for meetings and networking events is super easy. From studios for the solo business traveller to 3 or 4 bedroom apartments for corporate teams, we enable the very best experience for business travellers in London.
Holiday Accommodation in Tufnell Park
For families, couples and lonesome adventurers, serviced accommodation is the no.1 choice for an unrivalled stay in the centre of the world’s best city. All units are fully furnished and serviced to put the requirements of all at ease. That means that families have all the amenities like a flat screen TV and stable Wi-Fi connection to keep the kids occupied, while parents have a fully equipped kitchen to mash tasty food together. Every apartment is spacious and adds to the excessive-quality of the neighbourhood.
Where to Stay in Tufnell Park
The area of Tufnell Park is a diverse mix of upscale roads and trendy urban housing. Its location being between Camden and Islington means there are ample choices for streets and spots to book the perfect serviced apartment in. Guests can select from the trendy and characteristic Kentish Town for their business stay, given its proximity to strong travel connections, and Islington is more than a good shout as it is forever populated by sturdy and successful professionals. Leisure travellers might be more at home in Camden, with the markets, pubs and clubs lending a lively vibe that is super contagious.
Facts About Tufnell Park
Most travellers know the history of London and its rich place in dusty textbooks. However, not everyone knows the history of its many neighbourhoods, their trials and tribulations. Each one has its own unique story to tell that expands the pages of London’s history. And Tufnell Park has its own extensive history and facts that can enlighten those arriving to the area for their London experience. Some of the most interesting ones can be found below:
- Funnily enough, there’s no park in Tufnell Park - certainly not one with the eponymous name.
- Ford Madox Brown painted Work, his most notable painting while living in the area from 1855 – 1862.
- The novel The Diary of a Nobody was set here and was a must-read in 1892.
- It is named after William Tufnell who became the first in a long line of eponymously-named landowners in 1753.
- Dr Crippen clumsily disposed of his wife in a house on Hilldrop Crescent in 1910.
- The cult TV sitcom, Spaced, was filmed at a flatshare at the imposing 23 Carleton Road, which fans still trek to.
- Jude Law lived above the launderette opposite what is now Sainsbury’s on Fortess Road.
- The famous painter, Natalie D’Arbeloff, has lived in the area since the mid-90s.
- There’s a secret film club called Tufnell Park Film Club at the Lord Palmerston pub.
- Tufnell Park is the source of the subterranean stream called the Hackney Brook.
- Homeland star Damian Lewis is the area’s biggest star that resides in the area, but his N19 home was previously owned by Hugh Laurie.
Cost of Living in Tufnell Park
The area of Tufnell Park and its surrounding vicinities has been home to many celebrities and famous figures throughout the decades. Taking this knowledge under consideration, it’s not hard for most to understand that prices are going to be fairly high fo those that live here. While the cost of living in London is high (and one of the highest in the world), certain neighbourhoods will have differing prices. One of the key metrics for the cost of living is, of course, the rent pieces and property prices.
The average selling price of a flat is £496,736. Terraced properties have an average selling price of £1,008,077, while semi-detached properties sell for around £1,509,938 on average. Meanwhile, detached properties can sell for £3,192,500. As can be seen, Tufnell Park is not a cheap area, but it has its perks for wealthier residents.
Tips for Visiting Tufnell Park
Travelling to London can be a daunting experience. The capital city is just enormous and can take some time to get used to. However, a few tips are always good to get around. When guests stay at Tufnell Park, they are in a great area of London that’s fairly busy and could be overwhelming. To help out new travellers, the following tips can give some assistance:
- Tufnell Park Underground Station is the go-to station for guests in staying in the area.
- Tufnell Park is on the Northern Line.
- Head to Central London on the Underground to see the more popular attractions.
- Hampstead Heath is popular so expect there to be crowds.
- While Karl Marx was against capitalism, it still costs to visit his tomb, which is a sick joke for most communists.
- For guests heading to music venues, it is best to book tickets rather than turning up.
Things to Do in Tufnell Park
Travelling is all about finding times to occupy the spare times available. And while there are hordes of attractions in London to take advantage of, London’s neighbourhoods also have their own areas of interest. With Tufnell Park, every kind of guest, whether they are with a partner, a family or on their lonesome, can discover many things to do during their short or long term stay.
Q. What are the most popular things to do in Tufnell Park?
Some of the most popular things to do in Tufnell Park include:
- Walk around Hampstead Heath
- Go to a show at the O2 Forum Kentish Town
- Spend a sunny Saturday at Camden Market
- Pay respects at Karl Marx’s tomb
Q. What are some free things to do near Tufnell Park?
When budgets become restrictive, this is where guests should go to in Tufnell Park:
- Spend the day at Hampstead Heath.
- Head to any of the other green spaces to relax.
- Go to one of the many museums in Central London like the British Museum and the Science Museum.
Q. What are the most family-friendly things to do near Tufnell Park?
Attractions in Tufnell Park for the family include:
- Head to Tufnell Park Playing Fields, Foxham Gardens, Waterlow Park and Hampstead Heath.
- Show the kids the wonders of Camden Market.
Places to Visit in Tufnell Park
London is full of sublime attractions that everyone can name. Whether it’s the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square or Hyde Park, all travellers can name the obvious ones. But each London neighbourhood has its own highlights that represent the disposition of the surroundings - and Tufnell Park is no different. As it sits between Islington and Camden, most of its attractions are in these areas, signifying the history and trendy nature of the capital city.
When guests want to get out of their Tufnell Park serviced apartment, these are the attractions to visit:
- Tufnell Park Playing Fields - This green space is great for families that want a space for their kids to relax and kick a ball around.
- Foxham Gardens - Guests can unwind amongst the grass and nature when they need to get away from it all.
- Waterlow Park - Another park, people of all ages can wander around, play games and sunbathe (when the British sun comes up).
- Karl Marx’s Tomb - Marxists, socialists and communists come here all the time to pay their founder; but they don’t like having to pay to enter.
- Hampstead Heath - Covering 320 hectares, this ancient heath is one of the go-to spots in the area for sunbathers, joggers, cyclists and athletes.
- O2 Forum Kentish Town - A venue for music and events, this is where weekly or weekend night should be enjoyed.
- Camden Market - Explore the stalls and winding streets of the market and find something memorable.
- The Dome - Another essential music venue, watch up-and-coming bands perform while having a drink or two.
Places to Eat in Tufnell Park
Everyone loves to eat out. Dressing up, walking the streets and laughing to bad jokes is all part of the dining experience in every country, city and neighbourhood. With London being a global city, it’s not hard to realise that its cuisine is going to be as worldly as its reputation. Even in a neighbourhood like Tufnell Park, the foods are as wide-ranging to appeal to all taste buds. When guests want a break from their Tufnell Park serviced apartment’s fully equipped kitchen, they should head to the following restaurants to satisfy their appetites:
- Titu Restaurant
- Korova Restaurant
- The Spice Indian Restaurant
- The Sitara
- del Parc
- Spaghetti House
- Rustique - The Literary Cafe
- Mumbai Square
- Bear and Wolf Cafe
- Bengal Spice
- Queen of Sheba
- Lord Palmerston
Street Food in Tufnell Park
A metropolis like London is always going to have a variety of street foodie options. However, these can be spaced in different areas across the city. But fortunately for guests staying in Tufnell Park, they will have ample access to street food in Camden Market that’s infamous for its diversity and taste. Whether it’s from the shores of the Caribbean or the spices if India and the rice fields of China, there are many stalls to consider in Camden Market.
A few notable choices can be found below:
- Fest Camden
- Harvest Garden
- Pino’s Warung
- Yorkshire Burrito
- Rudy’s Dirty Vegan Diner
Shopping in Tufnell Park
London is hugely popular with shoppers, and it’s not hard to see why. With the likes of Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus and Stratford’s mall to splash a bit of cash at, it’s an absolute paradise for commerce. But when it comes to the city’s individual neighbourhoods, most rely on independent shops, with other areas having small arcades and malls. With Tufnell Park, its location puts it close to Camden and Kentish Town - stylish shopping areas in their own right. As such, the shopping attractions in Tufnell Park are going to be more based in Camden and Kentish Town. But there are also small independent shops that are good for reduced shopping excursions.
Some of the best places to shop in Tufnell Park include:
- Camden Mall
- Kingland Shopping Centre
- Shingaanimall Centre
- The Brunswick Centre
- Angel Central
- The O2 Centre
- One New Change
Transportation in Tufnell Park
London’s transportation network is huge. From planes to boasts, National Rail trains, Underground and Overground services, and not forgetting about the handsome red buses, the city is widely connected to all areas, as well as parts of the UK and the international community. Tufnell Park is not one of the go-to areas for travel but it still has plenty of Underground and Overground stations to get locals to the centre of London. Some of the nearby stations include:
- Tufnell Park
- Kentish Town
- Gospel Oak
- Caledonian Road
- Holloway Road
- Upper Holloway
Weather in Tufnell Park
With London, the weather is typically British which basically means the weather is usually grey, cloudy or wet. The winter months from December-February are arguably the coldest with temperatures sometimes reaching as low as 3 degrees in January. Snow is rare in London, but it can still happen. Summer and spring can be the warmest times of the year with some temperatures nearly hitting 30 degrees in recent years. Autumn is typically autumn; wet and cold.