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West Hampstead is situated in north-west London. It’s a lovely little area with a cracking high street. It’s bordered by gritty Kilburn to the west, well-heeled Hampstead and Frognal north-east, Swiss Cottage to the east and South Hampstead to the south.

Public transport

West Hampstead has incredibly good transport links and boasts a tube station and an overground station, a Thameslink as well as a excellent bus links.

Rail Station Zone Line
West Hampstead tube 2 Jubilee
Finchley Road tube 2 Jubilee, Metropolitan
West Hampstead Overground 2 North London
West Hampstead Thameslink 2 Thameslink

Easy access: Central London (less than 10 mins), Hampstead, St John’s Wood, Primrose Hill, Notting Hill, Maida Vale, Regents Park, Luton airport (45 mins)

Bus No. Final Destinations
139 West Hampstead to Waterloo
328 Golders Green to Chelsea
C11 Brent Cross Shopping Centre to Archway

 

Shopping in West Hampstead

West Hampstead has it’s own bustling high street on West End Lane. It’s rammed with restaurants, cafes, bars, gourmet delis, charity shops, estate agents, speciality stores and laundromats. A Tesco metro is currently being built.

Hampstead High Street

High street fashion is just a ten minute stroll away.

Kilburn High Street

Pick up a discount just around the corner.

Giant Sainsbury’s and the O2 Shopping Centre

Two minutes walk to a massive Sainsbury’s, Vue Cinemas, Homebase and a large Waterstones book shop.

Brent Cross Shopping Centre

15 minutes on the bus to this large shopping centre in north west London.

Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre

One of London’s best gyms, which includes a pool, climbing wall, squash courts and loads of machines and classes, is just a 15 walk away – cheap membership too since you live in the borough.

Food and drink

You could eat in a different West Hampstead eatery every night for a month. Here, variety is the spice of life – Italian, Japanese, Indian, Thai – the list goes on.

Sarracinos

Just off the high street on Broadhurst Gardens, this authentic Italian joint has the best pizza in the area and is a foodies heaven.

La Brocca

It’s a lively bar upstairs and a solid Italian restaurant downstairs. They’ll probably have the football on if there’s a match on, but somehow it still works.

Sushi Bar Gen

Cheap, cheerful, tiny and delicious, this hole in the wall pumps out the freshest sushi at a very good price.


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