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Tel code: 0208 | code search
Postcode: N4 | code search
Population: 10800
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Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
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Mass for the executed Charles I
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Mountview Guesthouse
"Finally THE place to stay when in London. Mountview Guesthouse is a B&B with a lovely atmosphere, wonderfully comfortable and tasty rooms - and a gorgeous English breakfast. We discovered it some ..." More

Homestead
"I found the stay rather interesting. The food was beautiful & the lady was welcoming & pleasing on the eye. Our rooms were splended & I enjoyed being with my ..." More

Homestead
"A fantastic place to stay. The landlady is kind and welcoming and provides a great continental breakfast. Greek bread and juicy ham are on the menu and the rooms are ..." More

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Crouch End is an especially attractive north London suburb. It has lots of green spaces, a handsome Broadway dominated by a brick clock tower and dozens of interesting shops, bars and restaurants. The area has long been home to a creative community of actors, writers, comedians and musicians. Many novels and short stories are set here, and the movie "Shaun Of The Dead" was filmed in Crouch End. The King's Head pub, a popular nightspot, hosts comedy nights and high quality live music ranging from folk and jazz to blues and salsa. Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox - Eurythmics - once lived above a record shop in the Broadway, and Stewart at one time owned the Church recording studio on Crouch Hill. The area is fringed on the west by Highgate Woods, Queen's Wood and a large area of playing fields. It also boasts two green-flag parks. More than 25,000 people a year come to Priory Park to enjoy the trees, ornamental gardens and sporting facilities, while the smaller Stationers Park is an oasis of tranquillity, notable for its waterfall, stream and children's wooden fort. Nearby attractions are Alexandra Palace, Wood Green Shopping City, and the 16th Century Bruce Castle Museum.

Classes

Yoga - Yogablue

Pub and Bar

The Triangle

Restaurant

Florians
Les Associes
Loch Fyne
The Triangle
Tocco Italiano

School

Coleridge Primary School
Highgate Wood School
Hornsey Secondary School for Girls
St Gildas RC Junior School
St Peter-in-Chains RC Infant School

Shops

Verdant Flower Design
Boots
Haelan Centre
Fairwind
Evans Cycles

Places to Stay near Crouch End

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Raglan Hotel (0.54 miles)

Raglan Hotel

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In the fashionable North London district of Muswell Hill, this 3-star deluxe-class hotel offers free internet access and stylish, spacious, fully refurbished (2008) bedrooms. The Raglan Hotel has good access to the ... More

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Mountview Guesthouse (1.16 miles)

Mountview Guesthouse
A modernised Victorian house situated on a tree-lined street, in a quiet residential area of London. Within walking distance is Finsbury Park underground station with both the Picadilly and Victoria lines, for fast direct access ... More | visit website
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University of Westminster Furnival House (1.23 miles)

University of Westminster Furnival House

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Located in Highgate Village, a fashionable residential area near to Hampstead. This late Victorian building in its own grounds offers visitors an ideal location for peace and tranquility, whilst being ... More

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Ossian House (1.29 miles)

Ossian House
Hosts Ann and John Ashman are from County Cork in Ireland and the gift of the Blarney certainly holds true here. The atmosphere here is informal, friendly and truly welcoming.

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Athena Palace Hotel (1.41 miles)

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We are based in Turnpike Lane offering cheap accommodation on a bed & breakfast basis. We have seminar and conferencing facilities and a superb restaurant with Greek specialities.

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Wood Green Apartment (1.42 miles)

Wood Green Apartment

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Pretty Self Catering apartment with Private Garden and off street Parking.

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London Shelton Hotel (1.52 miles)

London Shelton Hotel
Imagine a beautiful; quiet park within walking distance of your accommodation but still close to the lively center of London.It is the comfortable Shelton Hotel that has this perfect location. Just 20 minutes from central ... More | visit website
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Beaconsfield Hotel (1.76 miles)

Beaconsfield Hotel
Beaconsfield Hotel offers 14 comfortable rooms; which come with a television; fridge and kettle. There is a shared kitchen where you can prepare your meals and save money on eating out. Bathroom facilities at Beaconsfield ... More | visit website
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Beaconsfield (1.76 miles)

Beaconsfield

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Beaconsfield Hotel is situated on Green Lanes, which is a vibrant part of North London, famous for its Turkish community. Beaconsfield Hotel is housed in an attractive Victorian building, which ... More

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Spring Park Hotel (2.05 miles)

Spring Park Hotel

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The Spring Park Hotel overlooks beautiful Finsbury Park in North London. The hotel is ideally situated for both private and public transport. A one minute walk takes you to Manor ... More

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