Our new Muswell Hill serviced apartment is located a short walk from the Broadway. The area takes its name after the 12th-century discovery of a local stream, the ‘Mossy Well’, which was believed to have miraculous healing properties. Incredible views of the city, beautiful Edwardian architecture and the lively Broadway, lined with independent cafés and restaurants, all add to the quirky appeal of this green and leafy corner of North London.
Over the years, the good location and its strong community feel continue to lure families and young creatives to the area, with the promise of a more peaceful life away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Muswell Hill is an almost magic location for those seeking a productive but relaxing time, combining working commitments with local historic pub visits, woodland walks and a ‘village’ feel while staying in London.
Eating out: Visit the popular independent café Feast Deli and Catering for imaginative sandwiches and salads; try Toff’s for award-winning fish and chips or meet friends in Chooks for posh fried chicken. Besides a huge variety of independent cafés, there is also a Carluccio’s and Côte Brasserie.
Drinking: Locals love The Victoria Stakes. Its wide array of craft beers and warm drinks makes it the perfect location for a cosy weekend afternoon. Other options include the Clissold Arms, where the Kinks played their first gig and the laidback Maid of Muswell.
Movies: Muswell Hill has two cinemas. Everyman shows the best new releases in an unusually glamorous setting, while nearby the Phoenix Cinema is one of the oldest purpose-built continuously running cinemas in the UK.
Alexandra Park is the nearby park, with 196 acres of beautiful parkland and boasting famous city views, alongside a boating lake, pitch and putt course, rose garden and even a deer enclosure. The park is also home to Alexandra Palace (Ally Pally), an important historical venue that now hosts concerts, conventions and events.
Muswell Hill is not short of supermarkets to satisfy everyday shopping needs, including Marks & Spencer, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, and Planet Organic with its array of healthy foods and drinks. Other popular options include tea and coffee specialist W Martyn, and fishmonger Walter Purkis, who smokes their own fish in a century-old smokehouse.
On Sundays, locals flock to the farmers’ market at Alexandra Palace to pick up baked goods, organic fruit and veg, speciality meats, as well as street food snacks.
Tube: Muswell Hill is a popular place for Central London commuters; there are several stations just a bus ride away. Highgate and East Finchley are on the Northern Line, and Bounds Green, Finsbury Park and Wood Green are on the Piccadilly Line.
Buses: There are good bus connections, with direct routes both to the city and the West End around the clock.
Our new serviced apartment in Muswell Hill follows our usual successful template. It is two bedrooms /two bathrooms newly-refurbished flat, with contemporary and neutral décor close to local shops and transport links. The flat also has an allocated parking space included in the price of your stay.
Your Apartment Muswell Hill is the ideal location for your next business trip or holiday in London. We have a very special offer until the end of the month for all your stays between November and January. Hurry up, book now!