Overlooking the River Thames and Tower Bridge, serviced apartments in Tower Hill benefit from incredible views.
Well connected, up and coming, bustling and filled with history, Walthamstow is a good choice for corporate travellers seeking quieter accommodation pockets, next to well stocked transport links.
Clarendon’s serviced apartments in Walthamstow
A variety of serviced apartment options are available, catering to single travellers, corporate sharers or families. Weekends can be easily filled with visits to the plethora of local markets, evenings can be quietly catered for utilising the many nearby supermarkets and weekdays are a doddle with a short and speedy commute into central London. Walthamstow is an ideal location for those seeking home comforts, an easy commute and a variety of weekend activities.
Clarendon’s top tips for Walthamstow
The William Morris gallery is non-negotiable, and showcases the world’s largest collection of his works, all on display in his childhood home. Walk amongst the trees in one the many green spaces within the area, or take a stroll along some of the lesser known waterways. For a slice of the 12th century, stop off at St Mary’s Church, which is still a working church today, as well as a music and recording venue.
Clarendon’s guide to living in Walthamstow
A visit to Walthamstow is not complete without a visit to its famous variety of markets or a wander along its many fascinating streets, happily home to a number of well-known eateries and cosy, character filled pubs. If a more structured shopping and eating experience is sought, then a trip to nearby Stratford and the famous Westfield shopping mall is a must. Those familiar with the band East 17, should pop over to explore Walthamstow Village and grab a bite to eat at the aptly named Eat 17, pun intended, for a good feed and a giggle.
Clarendon’s verdict on living in Walthamstow
If it’s green spaces that are needed, then this part of North East London is spot on. Hackney Marshes and Victoria Park to the south, a range of wetlands to the west, Epping Forest to the north and a smattering of smaller parks to the east, have foliage of all types, covered. If it’s city working that’s on the cards, then the entire area is superbly served by a multitude of transport options, including the Victoria line, London Overground line and other regional train services. The Central and Northern lines are not far away and the entire area is well served by buses, for those after a more scenic route. A top choice for all types of corporate travellers, looking for a home away from home.