Find out a general overview of the area using Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ Addington is a village and area in south London, England, within the London Borough of Croydon. It is south of Spring Park, west of Coney Hall, north of New Addington and east of Forestdale and Selsdon, and is 11.1 miles (18 km) south of Charing Cross and 4 miles (6.4 km) south-east of the centre of Croydon. “
The things you might need in Addington
We have compiled for you a list of the different places you might want to check in Addington name before moving in the neighbourhood.
Tube & Train stations in and around Addington
We assembled the train and tube stations of Addington in a convenient table below so you can find the best location for you to live if transport connections are important to you.
Health amenities that are in Addington
Addington has 1 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).
|Medical institution Name
|Number of ratings
|Fieldway Medical Centre
|15A Danebury, New Addington, Croydon
Post offices of Addington
Nearby post offices simplify sending and getting packages. Addington branches also offer services like money orders and insurance along with mail services. Here they are along with their proximity to the area.
|Post Office Name
|Number of ratings
|Field Way Post Office
|9, Wayside, Field Way, Croydon
Schools in and around the area of Addington
Having a school near the place you live is a great feature of the property you are about to move in. Please find below a list of the schools within the area of Addington.
|Number of ratings
|Bygrove, New Addington, Croydon
|Addington Valley Academy
|Stewards House, Field Way, New Addington, Croydon
|Good Shepherd Catholic Primary & Nursery School
|23 Dunley Drive, New Addington, Croydon
|The Learning Tree
|52 Field Way, New Addington, Croydon
|Castle Hill Academy
|Dunley Drive, New Addington, Croydon
Is the local life vibrant in Addington
It could be that Addington has a lively atmosphere with many activities happening and there are ways to find this out. To discover what to do in your area, we recommend looking at sites like Timeout that list weekly events in Addington. We want to make finding things easy, so here’s a link to see upcoming happenings in Addington. Also, knowing what’s available in Addington and where helps when getting to know a new place. That’s why we made a map with property price info from this article to simplify your search.
In the city of Addington, what kind of things are there to do?
What makes the heart of Addington? At Cozee we asked ourselves what would define the culture, the vibe of a given area. We have come up with the following elements so whether you are a foodie or a night bird, we got you covered. Check out the different restaurants, pubs and gyms that exist in Addington to help you decide as to whether to move there or not.
Gyms and leisure centre in the area of Addington
Working from home means more gym time for many. With chains like EasyGym and PureGym, it’s easy to stay fit in Addington.
|Number of ratings
|Oasis Sports Centre
|32 Endell Street, London
|Shell-Mex House, 80 Strand, London
|100 High Holborn, London
|Nuffield Health Covent Garden Fitness and Wellbeing Gym
|9 Endell Street, London
|6 Bedford Street, London
|Yogarise Covent Garden – Yoga classes in Covent Garden, London
|13 Mercer Street, London
|Jubilee Hall Gym
|30 The Piazza, London
|Covent Garden Physiotherapy
|Ground Floor, Durham House, 1 Durham House Street, London
|PureGym London Waterloo
|11-15 Brad Street, London
|Body Control Pilates
|35 Little Russell Street, London
|The Health Club at One Aldwych
|One Aldwych Hotel, 1 Aldwych, Covent Garden, London
|71-75 Shelton Street, London
|The Gym Group London Charing Cross
|17-21 Northumberland Avenue, London
|Fujian White Crane Kung Fu & Tai Chi – Covent Garden & West End
|Green Dragon House, 23 Stukeley Street, London
|Digme Fitness Covent Garden
|4-10 Tower Street, London
|Boom Cycle – Holborn
|16 Procter Street, London
|The Gym Group London Holborn Circus
|1 Thavies Inn, Holborn Circus, London
|Central Health Physiotherapy
|Quality House, 5-9 Quality Court, London
|Tranquility Pilates Studio Ltd
|16-18, New Bridge Street, London
|ESPA Life at Corinthia
|Whitehall Place, London
In Addington, is there a lot of green space?
One of London’s greatest features are the large green spaces that cover the surface of the city. Check below if Addington is a good fit for you. Be it for a simple walk or for a casual summer picnic.
|Number of ratings
|Belvedere Road, London
|1 Pump Court, London
|Middle Temple Gardens
|3 Middle Temple Lane, Temple, London
|Bernie Spain Gardens
|South Bank, London
|Bloomsbury Square Garden
|14 Bloomsbury Square, London
|The Phoenix Garden
|21 Stacey Street, London
|LGBT Chairs ️
|Ground Floor, South East Wing, Bush House, 300 Strand, London
|Victoria Embankment Gardens
|4 Temple Place, Temple, London
|Jubilee Market, Tavistock Street, London
|London Memorial Garden
|Savoy Place, London
|Drury Lane Gardens
|58 Drury Lane, London
|South Bank, Unnamed Road, London
|Street Art Skaterpark
|337-338 Belvedere Road, London
|National Theatre garden terrace
|South Bank, National Theatre, London
|The Diamond Jubilee Penny Maze
|Henrietta Street, London
|Southbank (River Thames South) Walkpath.
|Unnamed Road, London
|Victoria Embankment Gardens
|Villiers Street, London
|Diamond Jubilee Garden
|St Pauls Church, Bedford Street, London
|7 Bell Yard, London
Are the restaurants in Addington any good?
Addington has a range of different eateries. This is important for someone who is moving to an area who wants to be able to eat out and not cook every day. The below table gives you an overview of what options you have.
Museums & Galleries
An area lives because of the people who live, work and interact. Art is a great way to discover an area in a new way. If you are looking to move in Addington we definitely recommend that you check for galleries, museums and other cultural institutions. They provide a great source of enjoyment over the weekends.
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Public houses of Addington
As Londoners at Cozee, we cherish our weekly visits to the local pub. Why not embrace the same in your new living space? We’ve diligently tested and reviewed all the pubs in Addington – well, not literally, but we wish we had! Here’s our list of the finest pubs in Addington.
|Pub name Name
|Claret & Ale
|5 Bingham Corner, Lower Addiscombe Road Addiscombe CR0 7AA
|Close to Addiscombe Tram Stop, the Claret & Ale is a small, privately owned friendly free house with a constantly changing selection of cask ales in addition to the popular Palmers IPA. Current and coming beers – often including a second Palmers beer – are indicated on a special board on the wall opposite the bar. The TV screens show a variety of sporting events, usually with the sound muted. Events are held to raise money for charity. The pub has often been the local CAMRA branch Pub of the Year.
|47 Shirley Road Addiscombe CR0 7ER
|The Cricketers was taken over in July 2017 by new leaseholders, who have done a great job in revamping the pub, deep cleaning everything, putting in new flooring and some new furniture and installing six new handpumps. They are starting with three hand pumped beers to revive custom which had dropped away almost completely. This is still a traditional community pub where all are welcome. Real fires will contribute towards the comfortable, lived-in atmosphere in the winter. Live music will be reinstated when custom demands. There are four TVs in the main bar showing different sports; televised sport has always been a great attraction particularly when Crystal Palace matches are televised. Darts is also played competitively in the pub.
|Addington Palace Golf Club
|Gravel Hill Croydon CR0 5BB
|Founded in 1930.
|127-129 Lower Addiscombe Road Croydon CR0 6PU
|The Alma reopened after a short closure due to unforeseen circumstances in May/June 2023. The pub had reopened in January 2022 after having been closed for a couple of years. It has undergone a tasteful refurbishment, with Croydon-related pictures and comfortable furniture. It is a large one-bar pub, with a pool table in a separate area, and a couple of TVs showing sport. The pub now serves a full menu; please check with them for the times that the kitchen is open. Cask ale may occasionally be available.
|Anspach & Hobday Tap Room
|Unit 11, Valley Point Industrial Estate, Beddington Farm Road Croydon CR0 4WP
|Anspach & Hobday commenced brewing in Croydon early in 2020. The tap room is no longer open each Saturday afternoon but may be opened for special events – check social media for details. The venue is also available to hire for special events, as are their other venues the Arch House and the Pigeon.
|16 Sydenham Road Croydon CR0 2EF
|A small friendly pub, busy from the nearby offices on weekday lunch times and early evenings. Only two cask ales may be available in winter months and three from March. Dogs are welcome outside at weekends only until 7pm. Live music events are usually on Fridays.
|65 Leslie Park Road Croydon CR0 6TP
|This attractive, detached pub tucked away in East Croydon has two bars with different characteristics. Comfortable seating extends to a pleasant secluded garden at the rear. Both bars have sports TV. Quiz night is on Tuesday and there is occasional live music (mainly cover bands). In the summer, the garden is a hidden gem of Croydon. Three regular beers and one changing beer come from the Fuller’s range. From 26 June 2023 the pub became a tenancy.
|104 Coombe Road Croydon CR0 5RB
|Coombe Lodge is a grade II listed Georgian building, which is probably the most impressive pub structurally in Croydon. A pub only since 1990, it is now operated by Whitbread under their ‘Beefeater’ brand. The left of the building as you face the entrance is the restaurant, and to the right is the large bar, adjoined by a splendid Victorian conservatory. Outside is a large garden. Although only a short distance from the centre of town, Coombe is an almost rural situation, despite the tram and main road passing outside the entrance. The site also has a modern Premier Inn building and large car park but this does not detract from the impressive older house. Breakfast is available earlier than the times shown here (see web site) and bar meals are also available.
|71 High Street Croydon CR0 1QE
|New outlet for the Cronx brewery, which opened for the first time on Coronation day. It is a deceptively spacious shop unit with two additional upstairs rooms – one overlooking the bar and another which will be available for hire. Cask ale is now available on two handpumps; a third handpump for a guest ale is planned. Additionally the Cronx range, guest beers, and 4-5 ciders are dispensed from 20 keg taps. Food from Venezuelan pop-up kitchen Tepuy Empanadas is available Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. There are also cult movie film nights on Tuesdays and comedy on the first Friday of each month.
|28 Wickham Road, Shirley Croydon CR0 8BA
|This Ember Inns pub has a large restaurant area, and specialises in its food options although there is plenty of room for patrons only wishing to drink. There is a large conservatory and a pleasant garden. Up to three cask ales are now normally available. The guest beers change regularly and can come from anywhere in the UK. Note that if you arrive by car between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, you have to purchase a ticket from the machine in the car park; you can reclaim the cost at the bar when you order food or drink.
|Dog & Bull
|24 Surrey Street Croydon CR0 1RG
|Historic town centre pub with origins back to the 16th century. The walls carry pictures of mainly local scenes, some of which are of historic Croydon locations. An island bar serves the separate rooms and the walled garden at the rear includes a selection of booths with TV screens; it also features a bar and barbecue in summer months. Food is only seed in the summer months. The upstairs room is currently a games area.
|14 The Broadway, Plough Lane Croydon CR0 4QR
|This micropub opened in Beddington in 2022, in premises previously occupied by a dog grooming salon. Light decor and large windows give the pub an airy feel. Pictures on the walls reflect a family boxing connection and the licensee’s love of old comedy films. Normally five cask ales are dispensed by gravity. and up to six ciders are available. There is a quiz usually on alternate Wednesdays (check with pub). There are occasional events such as Morris dancing and the local male voice choir. Rugby is sometimes shown on TV.
|Forestdale Centre, Featherbed Lane Croydon CR0 9AS
|Built in the 1960’s as part of the Forestdale development this is a large open-plan pub at the lower end of Selsdon, serving the local estate. Given Asset of Community Value status in 2018. The small shopping centre nearby boasts one of the best fish and chip restaurants for miles.
|17-21 George Street Croydon CR0 1LA
|Busy Wetherspoon pub in the town centre with a wide range of beers across seventeen hand-pumps on two separate bars. Many are from smaller breweries. The pub was the CAMRA branch Pub of the Year in 2011, and received Wetherspoon’s Top Real Ale Pub of the Year award in September 2013. Discounted ale prices apply on Mondays (as at time of writing). Alcohol is served on all days from 9am. Counter service at the upper-level bar usually ceases a while before closing time.
|58-60 High Street Croydon CR0 1NA
|Lively pub near Croydon’s historic market, which is popular with all ages. Up to eight beers are available through the hand-pumps; the range is constantly changing and sometimes includes those from local breweries. It also has eight craft keg lines and serves up to six boxed ciders. A wide variety of music and other events takes place upstairs including a Monday quiz, poker on Tuesdays and ukelele jam sessions on the first and third Sundays.
|27 Beddington Lane Croydon CR0 4TG
|Traditional pub with one cask ale served. Live music events take place monthly. Food isn’t served, but there is a cafe in the car park open until 3pm, and the pub will allow you to bring in food purchased there. When it’s quite the pub may close earlier than the time shown.
|Man on the Moon
|112 Headley Drive, New Addington Croydon CR0 0QF
|Originally the Man in the Moon when built in the 1960s, the pub changed its name in 1969. One of the two bars carries photos and other memorabilia of the moon landing. There is also much which is sports-related including photos and local trophies including darts and tug of war. Children are welcome until 7pm, and the Friday disco is a regular feature.
|1-4 Surrey Street Croydon CR0 1RG
|Located at the top of the town’s historic street market, this pub is popular with younger drinkers. It is spacious, and the large windows give an open feel.
|Old Fox & Hounds
|1 London Road Croydon CR0 2RE
|The exterior of this pub doesn’t appear to have been significantly altered since the mid-19th century. Inside, evidence of the former public and saloon bar layout is visible. It’s a friendly local, containing some interesting memorabilia and handy for West Croydon station.
|112 Cherry Orchard Road Croydon CR0 6BA
|A two-bar pub, popular with the local community. Refurbished a few years ago, the pub shows Sky, BT and GAA Sports, and there is occasional entertainment such as karaoke. There is a large outside area at the rear of the pub with a covered smoking area. A function room is available for hire. A church service (organised by Croydon Church in a Pub) is held there on Sundays at 1:30pm followed by a free lunch.
|131 Oval Road Croydon CR0 6BR
|Free standing pub with one large room. There is a pleasant garden on the lower level. There are six hand-pumps, and up to four cask ales are usually available. Note that the toilets are downstairs. The Oval is noted for its regular live music (see Facebook and web site) and weekly quiz. On rare occasions the pub closes for private functions (these closures are announced in advance on the pub’s social media and website). On other occasions you may find that some or all of the tables have been reserved.
|69 Pawsons Road Croydon CR0 2QA
|Community pub, which is busy when Crystal Palace play at home. The pub is now one room, served by a central bar. Two darts boards. The windows show former owners ‘Mann Crossman & Paulin’.
|Croydon Road Croydon CR0 4QR
|A Young’s pub in the centre of Beddington, rebuilt in 1897. The spacious interior is dominated by an oval island bar. There is a large rear patio garden in the former stable yard, and there is a tunnel from the cellar to Carew Manor.
|Porter & Sorter
|Station Road Croydon CR0 6BT
|This Marston’s pub gets its name from the proximity of East Croydon station and the former Royal Mail depot (now demolished). It is typically busy after 5pm, being affectionately known to station staff as ‘platform seven’. A large island bar dominates one half of the pub, with three handpumps and a range of ‘craft’ taps. The bar leads into a lounge area with curved booths in the corners and a raised dining area.
|Fieldway, New Addington Croydon CR0 9DZ
|With a regular local customer base, the Randall Tavern is one of only two pubs in New Addington (with the Man on the Moon). It was previously called ‘Bunker’s Knob’, named after the noise made by an 18th century constable walking with a club foot. Fairly spacious inside, with interesting armature-style windows, and some walls in Crystal Palace colours. Background music is played. Cask ale may not be consistently available.
|1 Sheldon Street Croydon CR0 1SS
|This is a small, friendly traditional back-street pub. Four distinct small drinking areas each have their own character, and there are interesting features in the areas at the back of the pub, including wood panelling and a Fullers brewery mirror, and in the front bar there is a selection of bottles used as candle holders. The garden area is across the road underneath the flyover.
|23 Coombe Road Croydon CR0 1BD
|The club is a co-operative of members from politically-oriented groups, and has occupied the current building since 1966. It was a venue for earlier CAMRA branch beer festivals. There is an attractive garden, two function rooms and also smaller meeting rooms. The club welcomes new members. At the moment (spring 2023) they are not serving cask ale due to the lack of demand.
|Sandilands Croydon CR0 5DB
|The Sandilands club is open to members of the various sporting and social clubs which use its facilities, and also to social members of Sandilands itself. The club’s facilities can be hired with or without the bar. Note that the bar’s closing time may vary depending on sport being shown.
|47 High Street Croydon CR0 1QD
|A rock music oriented pub, with DJs most Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and occasional live bands. The pub is popular with the younger generation. Note that when the pub is open until 2am, last entry is at 1am.
|158 Wickham Road Croydon CR0 8BF
|This pub is in the heart of the Shirley area of Croydon.
What supermarkets are there?
Perhaps one of the most common amenities in Addington would be supermarkets. Below, you will be able to tell what type of supermarket there are in Addington and what company operates here.
|Supermarket/Grocery store name Name
|Number of ratings
|Tesco Esso Express
|109 Tulse Hill, London
|71-73 Acre Lane, London
|2 Tulse Hill, London
|13 Acre Lane, London
|144 Brixton Hill, London
|76 Brixton Hill, London
|266-270 Brixton Hill, London
|2 Mullins Place, London
|30 Streatham Place, London
|Tesco Direct Click and Collect
|1 Wallis’s Cottages, London
|97 Acre Lane, London
|98 Brixton Hill, London
|17-20 Prague Place, Lyham Road, London
|Brixton Food & Wine
|39-41 Tulse Hill, London
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