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Serviced Apartments in St Johns Wood

Stay in a serviced apartment in St John’s Wood and become a temporary resident of one of London’s most exclusive areas. Visit the iconic Abbey Road crossing, immortalised by a certain famous album cover.

Where is the area of St John’s Wood in London?

To the northwest corner of Regent’s Park, St John’s Wood is a district of northwest London, located in between Maida Vale road, Boundary Road, Avenue Road and the Regent’s Canal. 

Easily accessible via St John’s Wood, Swiss Cottage and Maida Vale Underground stations as well as South Hampstead Overground train station, St John’s Wood sits a mere 10 minutes away from Westminster on the London Underground Jubilee Line.

What is the appeal of staying in St John’s Wood?

Regularly ranked as one of London’s most desirable post codes, the villas of St John’s Wood were purpose-built as a luxury suburb for London’s Victorian middle and upper classes.  While this area may not boast the glitz and glamour of Mayfair or Kensington, it is an elegant and popular with families, and those who seek a more tranquil lifestyle.

A quiet and laid-back ambience characterises this district, which gets its name from the Knights of St John of Jerusalem, its medieval owners. St John’s Wood is enriched by elegant bars and gastro pubs. Regent’s Park, London Zoo and Regent’s Canal sit just at its borders, and the internationally acclaimed Lord’s Cricket Ground and Abbey Road Studios, where The Beatles recorded their famous Abbey Road album, are its main attractions. This part of the city is also close to the shopping meccas of Oxford Street and Bond Street.

And it is here that you will find the Hospital of Saint John and Saint Elizabeth, and the two bases of The Wellington Hospital, one to either side of Lord’s Cricket Ground.

Things to do in St John’s Wood

Music and Beatles fans can relive the album cover walking across the Abbey Road crossing as well as visiting Abbey Road Studios. Cricket fans can visit Lord’s Cricket Ground, the home of many famous matches and championships, or you can enjoy the facilities of Regent’s Park, with pleasant walks along the Regent’s Canal. 

Families with children can enjoy the abundance of outdoor space and playgrounds at Regent’s Park, St John’s Wood Church Gardens, and Violet Hill Gardens as well as the wonders of London Zoo.  But if it’s a spot of shopping that you are after, you will find some interesting shops at St John’s Wood High Street, as well as designer stores a little further afield on Bond Street and high-street fashion at the famous Oxford Street.

Places to eat in St John’s Wood

There are gastro pubs and cafes dotted throughout the area, but you will find the biggest concentration of places to eat and drink around St John’s Wood High Street and at the northern end of Abbey Road and Boundary Road.

First time staying in a London Apartment?

Boasting an added kitchen and living area, our serviced apartments in London are the best way to enjoy the village charm of St John’s Wood. Entertain, eat, cook and socialise in your home from home environment. Choose an apartment with multiple bedroom and stay with family and friends without compromising on privacy. 

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