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Clapham

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0.4 miles

A chic and exceptionally well decorated two bedroom option in the Clapham area of London, Scandi serviced accommodation is great for those who enjoy having not just comfort and convenience, but also attractive surroundings wherever they stay. Up to six guests can stay with the inclusion of a double sofa bed, making use of two bathrooms, a dedicated study room / additional bedroom and even a small garden. A loft bedroom, exposed walls and superb furnishings all add up to a stylish choice.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Clapham

0.6 miles

The main open plan communal area of this three bedroom serviced apartment is a truly special space, a standard that continues throughout the property. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame a huge corner sofa, and a short walk across the parquet floor reveals a spacious kitchen and dining area, with central island, separate drinks fridge and double oven. A sizeable outside area and space for up to six guests, make the Clapham House Serviced Apartment ideal for accommodation in South West London.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Stockwell

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0.7 miles

A period delight, the Traditional Stockwell Serviced Apartment is a stylish accommodation option for up to four guests, two in a double bed and two on a sofa bed, if required. Close to the A3 and within easy walking distance of two tube stations and Clapham High Street Railway Station, it’s well placed both for travel around London and to the surrounding area. High ceilings and sympathetic furnishings combine effortlessly with modern convenience to make this a great option for a longer stay.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Clapham

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1 miles

Perfect for the Wandsworth Road railway station, the Clapham Larkhall Rise Serviced Apartment provides four bedroom accommodation in the Clapham area of London. Furnished in a homely style, but with the modern fixtures and fittings to ensure convenience and the best possible stay for guests, this apartment has some lovely individual features, such as a piano, for example. It is located on a leafy suburban street, slightly set back, and the lounge benefits from large bay windows.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Clapham

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1.1 miles

Cubitt Terrace serviced accommodation is set across two floors and sleeps four guests in sophisticated surroundings with modern conveniences. The house is located in Clapham, about 10 minutes’ walk from Clapham High Street Railway Station and about six minutes from Wandsworth Road. There is outside space in the form of a garden with patio, lawn and outdoor furniture, which can be accessed from the kitchen and dining area. There is also a gorgeous bathroom that includes a free-standing bath.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Clapham

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1.2 miles

A stylish and homely one bedroom apartment in Clapham, Poynders Serviced Apartment makes a great base for up to two guests staying in South London. Located on the third floor, the apartment has one king size bed and lies next to the South Circular Road, within walking distance of Clapham Common. The main communal area has plenty of light and some lovely wooden furniture, including the dining table, which has seating for four. The property also has a balcony that is accessed from the bedroom.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Clapham

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1.2 miles

The Laurels Serviced Apartment Is located on the ground floor, can sleep up to four guests and is perfectly placed an eight minute walk from Clapham South Underground station. Elegantly designed, this spacious living area provides comfortable brown leather sofas and a flat screen TV with Freeview. A modern fully fitted kitchen is also provided, perfect for creating a home cooked meal, guests can also enjoy access to a private terrace, perfect for some alfresco dining on a summers evening.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Clapham

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1.4 miles

Ideal for families coming to stay in South West London, as well as groups of corporate travellers, the three bedroom Clapham Rudloe Road Serviced Apartment can accommodate up to six guests. Located within a lovely period house, many of its rooms make the most of this setting, with period features and furnishings in keeping with the feel of the house. A fantastic free-standing bath, Belfast sink and double oven with large hob all help to emphasise the suburban London character.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Vauxhall

From £1 per night
1.5 miles

With a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments available, and with an excellent Central London location close to Vauxhall Station, Nine Elms Point Serviced Apartments are a highly flexible option for business travellers coming to the capital. The apartments are all very well equipped and luxurious, with light and spacious open plan living areas being a theme. The building has a number of excellent amenities, including car parking, bicycle storage and plenty of communal areas.

Min. Stay 14 nights

Clapham

From £235 per night
1.5 miles

White Hill House 4 Serviced Apartment is a two bedroom, two bathroom property in Clapham, Southwest London. The accommodation offers a truly modern environment, with an open plan main living area containing bright and fresh furnishings, which opens out onto a fantastic outside space. The apartment also has full cooking and laundry facilities and guests will enjoy use of a Smart TV. There are plenty of shops nearby and it is just a two-minute walk to the nearest tube station.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Clapham

From £152 per night
1.5 miles

On the A24 in Clapham and just a 2 minute walk from Clapham South tube station, White Hill House 1 Serviced Apartment brings superb quality one bedroom accommodation for business travellers coming to Southwest London. The open plan living area is bright and nicely finished, coming with a sofa and TV, dedicated dining space for four and a fully equipped kitchen that includes a breakfast bar. There are plenty of shops and amenities on the doorstep.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Clapham

From £152 per night
1.5 miles

With a double bedroom and a double sofa bed in the lounge, the one bedroom White Hill House 3 Serviced Apartment makes a flexible accommodation option in an ideal location just off the A24 in Clapham. As well as full cooking facilities, the apartment also has a family bathroom with a combined tub and shower. The living area has a homely feel and includes a TV along with a Sky TV package. There is access to the Northern Line at Clapham South Underground Station, just a two-minute walk away.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Clapham

From £158 per night
1.5 miles

Clapham South 1 Serviced Apartment is located only a two minute walk from Clapham South Underground station and is close to many other local amenities. The kitchen, living and dining room feature an open-plan layout which benefits from plenty of natural light during the day. Both bedrooms have ample storage space and include soft bedding, allowing for a great night’s sleep. Guests can also enjoy use of a full Sky+ TV package, creating a complete home from home experience.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Clapham

From £299 per night
1.5 miles

Located only two minutes from Clapham South Underground station, White Hill 5 Serviced Apartment offers accommodation with excellent transport links to the rest of London. Inside, guests will find a spacious apartment with modern décor featured throughout. This three bedroom apartment features a flexible bedding configuration and includes two king beds, one single bed, two bathrooms, a stylish living area and fully equipped kitchen. Guests can enjoy use of a Smart TV or the private rooftop terrace with a large Weber gas BBQ and dining table for 6; a perfect environment for a summer evening.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Clapham

From £161 per night
1.5 miles

Elegantly designed with modern décor throughout, Balham Hill Serviced Apartment is a two-bedroom property located in the charming area of Clapham. Inside, guests will find a beautifully furnished living area that includes a full Sky package, sports and movies included. Both bedrooms include ample storage space and a calming ambience, one is a king bedroom while the other bedroom offers the option of a king or twin bed. There is also an attractive private garden that includes an outside dining area, perfect for some al fresco dining.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Nine Elms

From £140 per night
1.7 miles

Seldon House Serviced Apartment is in Southwest London, close to Battersea Power Station, and it offer two bedroom accommodation with three guests typically able to stay in the apartment, although the presence of a sofa bed can increase that number. Ideal for visiting professionals, the apartment has its own cooking and laundry facilities and provide a flexible space that is a great alternative to a hotel room. A six-minute walk takes guests to Wandsworth Road, with shops and rail access.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Clapham

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1.7 miles

This charming two bedroom apartment has an individual layout that makes the lounge and dining area a pleasure to be in. Located opposite Clapham Common, guests will have plenty of outdoor space nearby and just a short walk to the Northern Line at Clapham South. Nightingale serviced accommodation can accommodate up to four guests although, with dining space for up to eight, it is perfect for inviting a few extras to dinner, especially when guests see the gorgeous kitchen complete with icemaker.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Battersea

1.7 miles

This two bedroom Battersea property is all about the details. Battersea House serviced accommodation is a spacious two bedroom offering, with two bathrooms and in a fantastic location. Yet it’s the large, recessed cooker, the Belfast sink, the petit but gorgeous terrace, the skylights in the bathroom and all that fitted storage space, among many other special little features, that really sell the place. Queenstown Road is the closest train access and is less than 10 minutes on foot.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Clapham

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1.7 miles

Sleeping up to nine guests, and with three bathrooms, the perfectly situated Clapham Common House Serviced Apartment is an excellent aparthotel option in London. Those staying longer in the city will enjoy the proximity to Clapham Common, which is, quite literally, just on the other side of the road. Luxurious furnishings, including gorgeous dark wood flooring, as well as a neat outside space with lawn, decking and garden furniture, make for a comfortable and relaxing stay.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Vauxhall

From £120 per night
1.7 miles

A variety of accommodation is available at Vauxhall Serviced Apartments, ranging across various one bedroom and two bedroom, two bathroom options. They are situated within an attractive apartment facility that lies right next to the bank of the River Thames and are equipped with all the modern conveniences that guests would expect. From the accommodation, Vauxhall Station is around a seven-minute walk and offers South Western Railway services and Victoria Line tube services.

Min. Stay 7 nights

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About Brixton

Overview

Brixton is one of the most well-known areas of South London, just a short distance from the river. Brixton serviced apartments are popular for those who want quick access to central London, but would also like to enjoy a vibrant, diverse urban environment.


About Brixton

Brixton, a South London district based in the London Borough of Lambeth with a population of an estimated thirty thousand, really is one of the most interesting areas in the capital. Its past is a colourful one. It would be remiss not to admit that this area of South London has, at times, had a bad reputation. But the name ‘Brixton’ endures as something quintessentially… London. Not the London of Westminster or The City, but the vibrant, socially and ethnically mixed London that has always made the city a magnet for just about everybody.

Nowadays, visitors staying in our Brixton aparthotels will find a district that has been seriously on the up for a good five or six years. Many of the 80,000 local population will point to the resurgence of Brixton Market and the Granville Arcade (which in 2009 came close to being demolished but is now a Grade II listed building) for Brixton's upward trajectory. But others might point to a rather more drawn-out period of regeneration that has taken advantage of Brixton’s location within London.

Transport links to our Brixton serviced apartments are excellent too. For drivers, the A23 London-Brighton road runs right through the centre of the district, whilst Brixton’s underground station, on the Victoria Line, and the two overground railway stations enable railway travel across several London locations and beyond.

BUSINESS CLIMATE

As mentioned before, Brixton has been in the process of recent economic regeneration. ‘Masterplans’ and Economic Action Plans have been at the heart of the area’s development, and the consequent results following the local council’s proactivity are promising.

The Brixton Economic Action Plan has identified areas in which the district can be improved for business and economic progression. It outlines the need for newly created space to accommodate growth, an enhancement of local environment and infrastructure, and general business support. Click here for more details on how the Lambeth Council plan to implement these changes in Brixton.  

Currently, Brixton is baring the economic fruits of its thriving town centre. The centre is attracting more and more locals and tourists each year, enabling the area’s economic growth to be on par with locations across London. For instance, in recent years there have been thirty million Brixton tube station annual entries and exits. This figure is continuing to increase too. It is stats such as these which have enabled both job and business growth to increase in Brixton, adding to a mostly micro-business base and on-the-up high-value sectors (public, retail, food & beverage).

Ultimately, the diversity of the local economy and community makes Brixton an exclusive location compared to its London counterparts. This allows the local council to deliver inclusive growth, where every business, investor and resident is a valued contributor to the community. The recent introductions of the Brixton Pound and Pop Brixton are examples of this motion.

For whatever means you wish to visit for Brixton for business, we have a range of Brixton corporate accommodation to cater to any guest’s needs.

HISTORY

Previously known as ‘Brixistane’, Brixton has a relatively short history, dominated mostly by the idea that the London district was a community meeting point. With this seeming as the most significant purpose of Brixton, it makes sense that the most historically relevant attributes of the area are the two previously Roman roads, Clapham Road (A3) and Brixton Road (A23). As well as representing the earliest surviving traces of human activity in Brixton, these roads were also vital as links to the City of London and beyond.

The name ‘Brixistane’ (meaning ‘the stone of Brihtsige’), was finally shortened to Brixton by the time of the Industrial Revolution and the start of the first developments in a mostly agricultural, embryonic area. Historians mark the construction of the Vauxhall Bridge northwards of Brixton as the catalyst for development in the area. Acre Lane attracted attention from developers, railways and tram networks enabled Brixton connectivity and Electric Avenue become the first street in the area to be lit by electricity (1880). Brixton then had the largest and best shopping centre in south London by 1925 which attracted thousands to the district.

It would seem much of this development was undone, however, by the World Wars. Brixton was bombed considerably, leaving Brixton much weaker and embroiled in economic crisis. One positive to come out of this period though was the sense of community created. Between the 1940s and 50s, immigrants arrived in Brixton and helped the community to become as multi-cultural and diverse as ever. This is a positive trait that the district maintains today.

To be in touch with the local history and gain valuable insight into how much the area has developed recently, be sure to stay in Brixton extended stay apartments.

LIFE IN BRIXTON

It is plain to see that Brixton now has a reputation as an exciting and trendy part of the capital. It has a large number of great pubs and restaurants, as well as incredible live music at the famous O2 Academy Brixton. The shopping experience goes without saying too… it’s Brixton! Both the Brixton Village Market and Pop Brixton are different from anything else in London. They showcase a combination of both the area's true roots and some of South London’s most exciting start-up businesses. Even guests in Brixton short term accommodation should make time to visit these iconic shopping destinations, which are ideally just a short walk from Brixton’s overground and underground stations.

Although Brixton has an urban feel, there are also a few options for those who sometimes need to surround themselves with a bit of green space. Within the boundaries of Brixton are Rush Common, Ruskin Park, Max Road Park and the award-winning Milkwood Community Park. Each of these spots offers a great place to relax and chill out, perhaps after a long day of work.

For a taste of Brixton culture, you could visit the Black Cultural Archives. The site was founded in 1981, with an aim to record and document African heritage, honouring the histories of African and Caribbean people in Britain. The exhibition, based just outside Windrush Square, is popular and goes down as one of the most significant attractions in Brixton. Similarly, iconic too and impossible to not mention is the amazing David Bowie memorial opposite Brixton train station. The singer-songwriter was born in Brixton and the beautifully artistic mural, painted in a wall of a Morley’s Department store, is a fan and local favourite.  

For those looking to be within walking distance of all of the attractions mentioned, whilst living comfortably in the area, look no further than booking a stay in fully furnished Brixton furnished short lets.

All in all, Brixton is a destination which shares similarities with the rest of London but also boasts its own distinctive character. This is reflected through its economic progression, unique history and one-of-a-kind culture. All of this can be within touching distance for guests staying in Brixton serviced apartments.

Transport

By Air

As a South London district, Brixton profits from being based between some of the capital’s biggest international airports, such as London Heathrow (LHR) and London City (LCY) airports.

London City airport is around eleven miles away to the east of Brixton, whilst Heathrow is just under nineteen miles away to the east. Travel to-and-from these airports (or the London Heliport and Biggin Hill airport) is easily doable thanks to the underground and overground railway facilities in Brixton. Airport taxi transfers could also be arranged from both our Brixton short term accommodation and extended stay apartments.

Brixton Railway Station

Dubbed a commuter railway station, Brixton Railway station is a stop, predominantly for Southeastern trains, along the Chatham Main Line. London Victoria and Herne Hill are the preceding and following stations along this line.

Also within the borders of Brixton is Loughborough Junction station which belongs on the Thameslink railway line. Other stations just on the outskirts of Brixton include Clapham High Street, Denmark Hill and Herne Hill.

Brixton Underground Station

This is the only London Underground station in the district, and it sits on Brixton Road.

Brixton Underground station functions as the southern terminus of the Victoria line. The following stations along this line, heading north, are Stockwell and Pimlico station.

By Bus

There are at least eighteen bus routes which run in-and-out of Brixton, which predominantly transport passengers predominantly from a bulk of stops along Brixton Road and nearby the district’s overground and underground station.

From Brixton, bus-goers can travel to the likes of Camberwell, Peckham, Dulwich, Crystal Palace, Bromley, Croydon, Tulse Hill, Croydon, Streatham, Clapham. Putney, Oxford Street, Lambeth and the City of London.