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Tel code: 0207 | code search
Postcode: NW6 | code search
Population: 24700
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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widowís son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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So Quartier
"Good Points: Decor/furniture Bad Points: Poor state of citlery/knives etc. No wine/champagne glasses available (even from reception) Miscommunication of check-out time. (I had organised a late check-out, and this info was ..." More

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Kilburn is a busy area of north London filled with shops, pubs and restaurants, both traditional and contemporary. Gastro pubs do good business in Kilburn, a settlement that originally developed around a priory in the 1100s. Its main artery, Kilburn High Road, was once part of the Roman road Watling Street. Now, as part of the A5, it forms the borough boundary between Camden and Brent. In the 1700s, people travelled to Kilburn to drink medicinal water from the local wells, although the district didn't expand much until the early 1800s. Kilburn is famously home to a sizeable Irish community, a fact reflected in many of its pubs, shops and sporting choices as well as the annual St Patrick's Day celebrations. However, the neighbourhood is truly multicultural, with people of all cultures and classes getting along happily. The community united at the beginning of 2008 in an ongoing campaign to protect the future of the much-loved Gaumont State, a Grade II-listed Art Deco cinema turned bingo hall which had recently been sold. Another local landmark is the 19th Century St Augustine's Church, with its towering gothic spire. Kilburn is also home to the widely respected Tricycle Theatre, cinema and art gallery.

Cinema

Tricycle Cinema

Dentist

G N Rashid
Inspire Dental Care

Doctor

R Mendal
The Medical Centre

Inn

The Black Lion

Pub and Bar

Black Lion
Bridge Tavern
Carlton Tavern
Coopers Arms
Good Ship
Kilburn

School

Carlton Vale Infant School
Christ Church Primary School
Islamia Primary School
Kilburn Park Junior School
Salusbury Primary School
St Mary's RC Primary School

Self-Catering

So Apartments
So Quartier

Solicitor

J D Spicer & Co

Taxi

A C Cars
Exclusive Car Hire
Maida Vale Cars
Mini Cab Express

Theatre

Cock Tavern Theatre
Tricycle Theatre

Shops

Boots
KC Eyecare
Holland and Barratt
Holland and Barratt
Specsavers

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So Apartments (0.58 miles)

So Apartments

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Whether youíre planning a business trip, or bringing your entire family to London for a well earned break, the brand new one and two bedroom So London Apartments offer you ... More

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Sanctum (0.59 miles)

Sanctum

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Sanctum is ideally situated on the edge of Maida Vale just minutes away from Central London with excellent local transport connections. Sanctum offers 24HR Reception & Concierge, Full Air Conditioning, ... More

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The Black Lion (0.69 miles)

The Black Lion

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Welcome to Blacklion Guesthouse. The Black Lion Guesthouse is a beautiful period building based in Kilburn North West London. It combines a bar and restaurant downstairs with stunning features and ... More

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The London Carlton Hotel (0.71 miles)

The London Carlton Hotel

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The London Carlton Hotel is a luxury apartahotel located in the heart of central London, providing corporate and individual visitors with a more spacious and carefree alternative to Hotels. FREE ... More

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Dawson House Hotel (1.05 miles)

Dawson House Hotel

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Set within a charming Victorian house in a peaceful residential road in Hampstead, the hotel is ideally situated within easy reach of Londonís city centre and all it has to offer. A ... More

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Portobello House (1.05 miles)

Portobello House
The Historic Landmark that is the chic Portobello House Hotel has 12 brand new totally re-designed charming boutique bedrooms, with a Felliniesque cocktail bar and gourmet bistro. Portobello house welcomes people from all around the world with a ... More | visit website
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The Colonnade (1.08 miles)

The Colonnade

The COLONNADE is often described as a home away from home. A private oasis in a crowded city. A tonic for the weary business traveller. Whatever our guests say about us, they share one desire, ... More | visit website

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Charlotte Guest House (1.15 miles)

Charlotte Guest House
The Charlotte Guest House is a traditional guest house situated in a prime location in central London. A quiet residential part of Hampstead with excellent connections to London's main shopping, cultural and Business districts as ... More | visit website
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198 Suites (1.21 miles)

198 Suites

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Spread across 4 floors, 198 Suites provides comfortable, modern accommodation for discerning business travellers and tourists alike. The 10 studios are fully fitted with modern conveniences such as free internet connection, flat-screen ... More

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291 Suites (1.31 miles)

291 Suites

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Situated on two floors, the 291 Suites cater for discerning business travellers and tourists alike. They are fully fitted with all modern conveniences such as free wireless internet, flat screen ... More

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