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Fulham

Once a mecca for wealthy 18th-century men to drink and gamble, Fulham has today flourished into a thriving, cosmopolitan area of London. Popular with young professionals, attracted to the area’s proximity to affluent neighbour, Chelsea, Fulham has a busy retail and nightlife offering.

Staying in Fulham

Fulham has fantastic dining opportunities, with top restaurants from celebrity chef Marco Pierre White’s Marco Grill, to the first Michelin star pub, The Harwood Arms.  Plus, with thriving French, Australian and South African communities, the area offers a delectable mix of international cuisine.

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Once a mecca for wealthy 18th-century men to drink and gamble, Fulham has today flourished into a thriving, cosmopolitan area of London. Popular with young professionals, attracted to the area’s proximity to affluent neighbour, Chelsea, Fulham has a busy retail and nightlife offering.

Staying in Fulham

Fulham has fantastic dining opportunities, with top restaurants from celebrity chef Marco Pierre White’s Marco Grill, to the first Michelin star pub, The Harwood Arms.  Plus, with thriving French, Australian and South African communities, the area offers a delectable mix of international cuisine.

By day, visitors and residents alike can be found relaxing along the banks of the River Thames, just a short walk away.  Bishops Park, Hurlingham Park, South Park, Parson’s Green and Eel Brook Common offer a choice of green spaces to enjoy a variety of sports and games. 

Fulham Palace also provides manicured gardens, as well as an interesting glimpse into the area’s history.  Dating back to 700AD, Fulham Palace has traditionally been the home of the Bishops of London, and today can be explored through historical tours and garden walks. Fulham is also the home to football rivals Chelsea FC and Fulham FC.  Chelsea’s 41,837 seater stadium Stamford Bridge is located to the east of the area, whilst Fulham’s Craven Cottage is nestled close to Bishop’s Park to the West.  On match days, proud supporters filter through the surrounding streets, bringing a lively atmosphere to the area.

For those more enticed by a spot of retail therapy, Fulham has an excellent high street, large shopping centre and roads filled with charming boutiques.  Shoppers are spoiled for choice, with an abundance of popular clothing brands, antique furniture and beautiful homeware store.