A local guide to move in Brompton

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People walking on the riversides in London

Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ Brompton, sometimes called Old Brompton, survives in name as a ward in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London. Until the latter half of the 19th century it was a scattered village made up mostly of market gardens in the county of Middlesex. It lay south-east of the village of Kensington, abutting the parish of St Margaret’s, Westminster at the hamlet of Knightsbridge to the north-east, with Little Chelsea to the south. It was bisected by the Fulham Turnpike, the main road westward out of London to the ancient parish of Fulham and on to Putney and Surrey. It saw its first parish church, Holy Trinity Brompton, only in 1829. Today the village has been comprehensively eclipsed by segmentation due principally to railway development culminating in London Underground lines, and its imposition of station names, including Knightsbridge, South Kensington and Gloucester Road as the names of stops during accelerated urbanisation, but lacking any cogent reference to local history and usage or distinctions from neighbouring settlements. “

What to do in the area of Brompton

Brompton is full of life and things to do. We suggest looking at Timeout for their weekly Brompton event listings to find local activities. Here’s a convenient link to see their upcoming happenings. Having a good grasp of what’s in Brompton and where helps get situated when moving. Our map compiles property price points and other details from this article to outline what’s available in Brompton.

The facilities you might need in Brompton

We have compiled for you a list of the different places you might want to check in Brompton name before moving in the neighbourhood.

Tube & Train stations in and around Brompton

Most want transit less than a 15 minute walk from home. We put together train and tube stations in Brompton to help find the optimal area for you. It could be that you don’t mind walking or it could be that public transport is necessary for you to get around.

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Charing Cross Strand, London 4.1 615
Tottenham Court Road Oxford Street, London 4.4 855
Embankment United Kingdom 4.3 327
Covent Garden Underground Ltd, Long Acre, London 4.3 532
Holborn Underground Ltd, Holborn Station, Kingsway, London 3.9 314
Leicester Square Square Station Underground Ltd, Leicester, Cranbourn Street, London 4.3 569
Temple Underground Ltd, Temple Station, Victoria Embankment, London 4.1 103
Charing Cross London 4.2 207
Chancery Lane High Holborn, London 3.9 92
Piccadilly Circus Piccadilly Circus, London 4.5 2005
Russell Square Bernard Street, London 4 192

Schools in and around the area of Brompton

Having a nearby school is ideal when relocating. Below is a list of schools located within Brompton

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
City Lit 1-10 Keeley Street, London 3.6 102
Saint Giles Colleges (London Central) 154 Southampton Row, London 4 1
Nuffield Health Covent Garden Fitness and Wellbeing Gym 9 Endell Street, London 3.2 130
Yogarise Covent Garden – Yoga classes in Covent Garden, London 13 Mercer Street, London 4.1 62
Stafford House London 2 Southampton Place, London 4.3 133
A Great Life Coach 75 Shelton Street, London 5 24
Turtles Nursery, Covent Garden 36 Endell Street, London 4.4 14
St Clement Danes Church of England Primary School Saint Clement Danes School, 118 Drury Lane, London 3.8 4
The Now Project Meeting Rooms, 14b Neal’s Yard, London 4.7 34
Chinese Education Overseas 15 Southampton Place, London N/A N/A
Creative Education Trust 67-68 Long Acre, London 1.7 6
SL&C Supercomm Languages & Communication The Dutch House, High Holborn, London N/A N/A
​Bilingual Buddy Limited Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
SKY EDUCATE 71 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
Business English Courses London – UK Language Project London 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
The Financialist Academy Limited 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
VGVT Office 61/15, 4th cross, 2nd main Basappa layout, Gavipuram Extn Hanumantha nagar Bangalore N/A N/A
Nisantasi University 6 Stukeley Street, London N/A N/A
Czech School without Borders 26-30 Kensington Palace Gardens, London 5 1
City Lit Photography Studio 9 Kean Street, London 4.3 4

Post offices in and around the area of Brompton

Want to send and receive parcels easily? There is no better way to do that than having a post office nearby. Not only do they provide post services but post office in Brompton can provide a wide range of services such as: sending money or subscribing post insurance. Here is the list of post offices in your next area

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Aldwych Post Office 95 Aldwych, London 4.1 188
Break Point Ltd T/A The Convenience Store 71 New Oxford Street, London 2.7 11
Southampton Row Post Office (Ryman) 86 Southampton Row, London 4.2 183
Robert Dyas The Strand 393, QueensLand House, Strand, London 4.2 27
Grays Inn Post Office (Ryman) 24-28 Grays Inn Road, London 4.5 113
Holborn Post Office 181 High Holborn, London 4.4 470
Post Box 16 Grenville Street, London 3.8 5
Strand Post Office (Robert Dyas) QueensLand House, 393 Strand, London 4.7 160
New Oxford Street Post Office 71-75 New Oxford Street, London 3.5 188
Postbox 5-6, Staple Inn, High Holborn, London 5 1
Postbox 5 Sicilian Avenue, London 0 0
Mail Boxes Etc. Holborn 19 Bury Place, London 5 15
Post Box Great Russell Street, London 0 0
Post box 86 Chancery Lane, London 0 0
The Courier Co 15 Ingestre Place, London 5 2
Postbox 6 Suffolk Place, London 0 0

Health amenities that are in Brompton

Brompton has 20 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 Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Bupa Health and Dental Centre Chancery Lane 123 Chancery Lane, London 3.7 23
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children Great Ormond Street, London 4.6 734
National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery Queen Square, London 4.2 332
Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine 60 Great Ormond Street, London 4.4 68
Holborn Medical Centre 64-66 Lamb’s Conduit Street, London 3.3 106
Midtown Wellness 7 Henrietta Street, London 5 180
Litmus MME 151 Shaftesbury Avenue, London N/A N/A
Medicspot Clinic Holborn 41 Bloomsbury Way, London N/A N/A
St Giles Medical Ltd Saint Giles High Street, London 5 1
Sinusoothe Ltd 60 Saint Martin’s Lane, London N/A N/A
cuthbert medical 27 Old Gloucester Street, London N/A N/A
Bedford Square Medical Centre 60 Bloomsbury Street, Bedford Square, London N/A N/A
Barclay House Great Ormond Street, London 4.4 11
FERRAMED 81 Oxford Street, London N/A N/A
Pera Medical Services 8 Northumberland Avenue, London N/A N/A
Queen Square Gamma Knife Centre National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London 4.9 17
San Ling Chinese Medical Centre Commonwealth House, 11 New Oxford Street, London N/A N/A
Third Space Soho 67 Brewer Street, London 4.8 1188
Slay Fitness Store 77 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
EI Congresses & Communications UK Ltd 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A

In Brompton, what are some things we love?

What makes the heart of Brompton? 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, gym that exist in Brompton to help you decide to move in there.

Public houses of Brompton

As Londoners, at Cozee we are deeply attached to our weekly attendance to our local pub. Why should you be different in the place where you are going to live? That is why we have been testing and reviewing all the pubs in Brompton. As a matter of fact, we didn’t… But we would have loved to. Here is then the list of the greatest pubs of Brompton

Pub name Name Address Description
Admiral Codrington 17 Mossop Street Chelsea SW3 2LY Known locally as “the Cod”, popular with tourists and recommended in the Sloane Ranger Handbook. High ceilinged wood-panelled bar with the old cocktail bar now turned into a restaurant. Licensed in 1830 as a beer house and rebuilt in the 1860s because of railway tunnelling between South Kensington and Sloane Square. Named after the naval officer who captained the 98 gun ‘Orion’ at the Battle of Trafalgar and later, as Vice-Admiral of the Blue, led the fleet which defeated the Turks at Navarino in 1827. Listed in the Estrella Damm top 100 gastropub awards 2022. The ale range given here may be out of date and now be Butcombe Brewery, further updates welcome.
Builders Arms 13 Britten Street Chelsea SW3 3TY Built to serve the needs of masons and workmen employed in the construction of St. Luke’s church opposite, erected 1820-24, it later served as the tap for Matthews & Cannings Anchor Brewery which stood next door. The brewery was taken over by Whitbread in 1899 with brewing continuing until 1907. Now it is a modernised, trendy but friendly venue with separate areas: the Nook, the Dining Room and the Bar. Sofas and comfortable seating and some quirky decor such as gold pineapple wall lights. Three real ales and an extensive food menu. This venue is now part of the small Cubitt House chain.
Butcher’s Tap & Grill 25-27 Tryon Street Chelsea SW3 3LG Closed for seven years, this 3,600sq ft, two-storey 1840-build pub site finally reopened in December 2023, the second to open under the Tom Kerridge Butcher’s Tap & Grill concept. This is his third London site and follows Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at the Corinthia hotel in Whitehall, and Kerridge’s Fish & Chips at Harrods’ dining hall.
Cadogan Arms 298 Kings Road Chelsea SW3 5UG After extensive refurbishment, this pub finally reopened in July 2021 by a joint venture between JKS Partners and Dominic Jacobs, the man behind The Running Horse pub in Mayfair. The pub “will showcase exclusive beers, cask and craft ales alongside an extensive wine list and contemporary cocktails”. Food includes Sunday roasts. Four cask ale handpumps feature three rotating semi-regulars and a guest ale. On keg there is Guinness and a cider plus another dozen or so lagers and other beers.
Chelsea Arts Club 143-145 Old Church Street Chelsea SW3 6EB Founded in 1891 at the instigation of the artist Whistler, as a rival to the older Arts Club. The club when formed was intentionally bohemian in character and remains true to its roots. There is no dress code. It promotes social intercourse amongst its members and helps promote their artistic work. The Chelsea Arts Club ball was a famous fixture at the Albert Hall in the first half of the twentieth century, eventually banned due to riotous behaviour; footage of some of the balls may be seen on old British Pathe newsreels. Nowadays the Club serves as a host for various events including of course visual arts exhibitions as well as musical performances including live jazz, and literary talks. The clubhouse is normally white but may be painted for special events, see example in this entry; it includes a dining room, bar, snooker room and some bedrooms. The rooms are lined with art by members past and present. Club membership is between three and four thousand drawn mainly from the creative and artistic worlds; there is a waiting list for new members. If you are lucky enough to be invited in, food is stated to be moderately priced. Confirmed by a member as offering real ale.
Chelsea Pensioners’ Club Royal Hospital Road Chelsea SW3 4SR There are three large, comfortable rooms and a “clubby” atmosphere. Regimental plaques and military paintings adorn the walls and there is even a proper pub sign! Although parts of the Royal Hospital (in which the Club stands) are open to the public – and a visit to this Wren-designed complex is recommended – the Club is open only to Chelsea Pensioners and their guests; CPs get discounted prices. Note the unusual (unique?) double-slotted pillar box at the London Gate.
Chelsea Potter 119 Kings Road Chelsea SW3 4PL Built as a beer house in 1843 and enlarged in the 1890s, this pub was called the Commercial Tavern until 1956 when it was renamed after William de Morgan, founder of the nearby Chelsea Pottery. Note the attractive canted bay window and the glazing bar divided windows along the Radnor Walk frontage, adorned with hanging baskets, where the outside tables are available. Inside, now a comfortable one bar pub, its high ceiling supported on slender scroll-topped columns, is furnished with a mixture of high and low tables, chairs and stools. A bare boarded floor, plenty of carved wood and a variety of mirrors add to the atmosphere. A pub-grub menu is offered. Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones are reputed to have once been customers; now it attracts a passing trade as well as the local regulars. Two regular ales from the GK stable are normally on offer, with a third handpump often used for cider.
Coopers Arms 87 Flood Street Chelsea SW3 5TB The original Coopers Arms, licensed in 1831 as a beer house, was demolished in 1874 and rebuilt forty feet south of its original position to allow for the extension of Redsdale Street into Queen Street (as Flood Street was then called). The fine decorative frontage of London Brick and, above ground-floor level, the attractive architrave window surrounds with moulded cornice hoods and pediments, are all noteworthy. Today, this popular pub, half-way between the King’s Road and the Embankment, is one of just two in Chelsea tied to Young’s. The spacious ‘L’-shaped area around the bar is furnished with comfortable chairs and tables. Six handpumps presently dispense a choice of two or three real ales; the range may expand, further updates welcome. An interesting menu offers good food at reasonable prices for the area. The only Master Cooper left in the country is now Alastair Simms at the White Rose Cooperage, but the tradition will carry on as, in 2016, Kean Hiscock signed his indentures as an apprentice cooper for this ancient trade.
Cross Keys 1 Lawrence Street Chelsea SW3 5NB Following one of the hardest-fought battles in London to save a pub from developers and with, at one point, squatters in the pub, a long lease on the ground floor and basement of the building was granted by Parsons Green Land to the the DM Group, who, following an extensive refit, as most original fittings were destroyed, reopened the pub in 2015. Today’s Cross Keys is primarily a gastropub, but, as well as the tables laid for diners at the rear, there is plenty of space at the front of the pub for drinkers. The decor is dominated by bare brick walls, some half-height panelled and others decorated with stripped pre-used wooden doors and large wooden shutters (said to be from a Portuguese asylum!). The back wall is cleverly mirrored to reflect light from the skylight above. As well as bar stools at a plain oak bar, there is a mixture of types of dining tables and chairs. As well as a full menu at meal times, bar snacks, including Scotch eggs, sausage rolls and Welsh rarebit, are available all day. Prices reflect the location. The ale range given here may have changed to Butcombe Brewery, further updates welcome.
Crown 153 Dovehouse Street Chelsea SW3 6LB Small, corner local off the Fulham Road, close to the Royal Marsden Hospital, described as the last traditional locals’ boozer left in Chelsea. Poker night on Mondays! Darts knockout every Tuesday, a gallon of beer for the winner! Up to three real ales in normal times but as at end of 2021 only one was reported. Serves Thai food and pub classics including weekend roasts.
Hunter’s Moon 86 Fulham Road Chelsea SW3 6HR Following various ups and downs (see the Historic Interest section) this site reopened in late 2019 as Hunter’s Moon, the debut site of the Lunar Pub Company. The interiors are rustic-chic, featuring oak and vintage tile flooring, textured walls and ceilings, leather seating, pendant lighting and antique mirrors. There is a dining room at the back seating 48 and a small pub at the front seating 25. Pub grub at the front includes scotch eggs, sausage rolls and courgette and ricotta croquettes plus oysters and charcuterie. The dining room offers a modern European menu changing daily, and the venue is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner including Saturday brunch and Sunday roasts. The restaurant has attracted good reviews since opening and its prices reflect the local area. Two real ales are reported to be on offer including, very unusually for London, Butty Bach from Wye Valley Brewery.
Phene 9 Phene Street Chelsea SW3 5NY The Phene (pronounced ‘Feeny’) is located in a leafy Chelsea backwater, roughly halfway between Kings Road and the Chelsea Embankment. Built in 1853 (along with the rest of the street) by Dr John Samuel Phene, a wealthy and eccentric landowner – he is credited with initiating the idea of planting trees in city streets – the pub is considered architecturally unusual by being attached to a “terrace” of just one house on Phene Street. Today it is a high-end gastropub decorated in minimalist light grey, a clubhouse-style venue housing a traditional saloon bar with bright red banquettes and a stripped wooden floor, a conservatory restaurant at the back and a lounge on the first-floor. The extensive heated terrace to the side is complete with comfortable sofas, outdoor fireplaces and quirky hanging basket chairs. All as seen in the BAFTA award-winning, structured-reality television series “Made in Chelsea”. Expect to pay Chelsea prices. Apart from the champagnes, wines and cocktails, the drink offerings include two handpumps for real ale, a number of taps dispensing craft/keg mostly local beers and a good range of local London-brewery bottled beers. The food menu is very tempting indeed, despite being at prices to be expected of the locale. It is reported that this venue does not accept cash.
Phoenix 23 Smith Street Chelsea SW3 4EE Apart from some patched-up twentieth-century exterior brick work, this appears to be the original tavern that was built and licensed in 1794/5, making this the oldest surviving pub in Chelsea. Now more of a gastropub than an old-fashioned boozer but pleasant all the same, deep in the heart of Chelsea, with three cask beers and a friendly atmosphere. Very handy for the Royal Hospital (and its Chelsea Pensioners) and the National Army Museum.
Surprise 6 Christchurch Terrace Chelsea SW3 4AJ A delightful Surprise this pub indeed is, hidden away, as it is, in the backstreets of Chelsea, though its name originates from that of the ship that bore Napoleon’s body back to France in 1820. Reopened post-Covid and now leased to Jack Greenall, a scion of the Greenall Whitley brewing family. The pub features a bar and 28-cover restaurant area plus a private dining room, the Hamilton. Both lunch and dinner can be taken in the bar area or the restaurant. The general manager had previously been at the Harwood Arms in Fulham and the chef comes from the Rabbit in Chelsea. The interior design has been described by The Times as “like I imagine the boot room at Chatsworth to be, or Jacob Rees-Mogg’s fifth-best reception room”! Four ales at date of survey, including a Ringwood house-branded ale. Prices reflect the area.
Sydney Arms 70 Sydney Street Chelsea SW3 6NJ An independently-owned corner pub just off the Kings Road near Chelsea Town Hall and the lovely St Luke’s church, one of the earliest Gothic Revival churches in London. The venue promotes itself as “London’s racing pub” and there is live sporting action on 5 screens. As at late 2022 it was reported that this venue is card/contactless only.
Bunch Of Grapes 207 Brompton Road Knightsbridge SW3 1LA Grade II listed building rebuilt in 1844/5, now dwarfed by more modern surroundings. Still retains most of its fittings, carved woodwork, decorative glass divisions and fine painted mirrors. The wooden snob screens were for the upper classes not to be seen by others. Three banks of four ale handpumps. Food includes Sunday roasts.

Museums & Galleries in the area

The vitality of a community stems from its residents who live, work, and engage with one another. Exploring an area through art offers a fresh perspective. If you’re considering relocating to Brompton, we highly suggest exploring the local galleries, museums, and cultural establishments. They offer delightful weekend activities and contribute to the vibrant atmosphere of the region.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The British Museum Great Russell Street, London N/A N/A
The National Gallery Trafalgar Square, London 4.7 47389
Somerset House Strand, London 4.5 1477
National Portrait Gallery Saint Martin’s Place, London 4.6 10128
Sir John Soane’s Museum 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London 4.7 3493
Benjamin Franklin House 36 Craven Street, London 4.2 292
Hunterian Museum The Royal College of Surgeons of England 38, 43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London 4.7 740
Freemasons Hall, London 60 Great Queen Street, London 4.8 1829
Camera Museum 44 Museum Street, London 4.7 278
Museum of Freemasonry 60 Great Queen Street, London 4.5 172
British Optical Association Museum 42 Craven Street, London 4.8 13
Brunei Gallery SOAS SOAS, University of London Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London 4.5 180
Dr Johnson’s House 17 Gough Square, London 4.4 285
Civic Workshop Somerset House, Lancaster Place, London N/A N/A
The Courtauld Shop Somerset House, Courtauld Institute of Art, Strand, London 4.4 72
The Courtauld Gallery Somerset House, Strand, London 4.7 1516
Novelty Automation 1A Princeton Street, London 4.8 869
Wellington Temple Stairs, Victoria Embankment, London 4.3 45
The Portable Antiquities Scheme 41 Russell Square, London 4.2 29
Mall Galleries The Mall, London 4.6 638

Where can you buy groceries in the area

Grocery shopping is another important activity you will do if you move into the area of Brompton. In the below table, we go over the nearby supermarkets such as Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury’s so you know what the area has to offer for your food shop.

We weren’t able to find any supermarket in this area. If we were wrong, tell us in the comments the name and address of your local supermarket or grocery store. We’ll amend this page

Restaurants

The below table gives you a good idea of what kind of options there are for eating out. In Brompton, you may find things like Italian, Chinese or even Indian takeouts. Take a look below if you are visiting or want to move here if eating out is a big deal for you.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Covent Garden Hotel 10 Monmouth Street, London 4.3 624
One Aldwych 1 Aldwych, London 4.3 1341
Premier Inn London Leicester Square hotel Queens House, 1 Leicester Square, London 4.3 927
The Clermont London, Charing Cross Strand, London 4.3 2417
The Royal Horseguards Hotel & One Whitehall Place, London 2 Whitehall Court, London 4.3 2343
Dean Street Townhouse 69-71 Dean Street, London 4.3 1775
Charlotte Street Hotel 15-17 Charlotte Street, London 4.3 1138
The Cheshire Hotel 110 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 583
The Ivy 1-5 West Street, London 4.3 3523
Simpson’s in the Strand 100 Strand, London 4.3 837
All Star Lanes Holborn Victoria House, Bloomsbury Place, London 4.3 1727
Opera Tavern 23 Catherine Street, London 4.3 566
Hawksmoor Seven Dials 11 Langley Street, London 4.3 3554
Wong Kei 41-43 Wardour Street, London 4.3 3522
L’Escargot Restaurant 48 Greek Street, London 4.3 860
The Salisbury Pub 90 Saint Martin’s Lane, London 4.3 2947
Rules 34-35 Maiden Lane, London 4.3 2324
Boyds Grill & Wine Bar 8 Northumberland Avenue, London 4.3 306
Sarastro Sarastro Restaurant, 126 Drury Lane, London 4.3 1899
The Porterhouse 21-22 Maiden Lane, London 4.3 6179

Green space in the city of Brompton

One of London’s greatest features are the large green spaces that cover the surface of the city. Check below if Brompton is a good fit for you. Be it for a simple walk or for a casual summer picnic.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Russell Square London 4.4 9049
Soho Square Gardens Soho Square, London 4.3 6139
Malet Street Gardens 8 Gower Street, London 3.8 37
Elm Court 1 Pump Court, London 4.3 6
Rathbone Square 1 Rathbone Square, London 4.6 50
Bloomsbury Square Garden 14 Bloomsbury Square, London 4.3 2017
Bedford Square Garden Washington Group International, 20 Bedford Square, London 4 425
The Phoenix Garden 21 Stacey Street, London 4.6 461
Middle Temple Gardens 3 Middle Temple Lane, Temple, London 4.7 82
Automec ltd 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
Eagle Feb Ltd quality formation company, 71-75 Shelton Street, London 5 1
L.H.S Operations Ltd 71-75 Shelton Street, London 5 3
Ucarro Uk 71-75 Shelton Street, London N/A N/A
Drury Lane Gardens 58 Drury Lane, London 3.9 16
Mayank Statue 21 Neal Street, London N/A N/A
Potnotch Jubilee Market, Tavistock Street, London 5 1
Floral Court 25 Floral Street, London 4.5 224
The Roof Garden 29-31 New Oxford Street, London 4.5 53
The Diamond Jubilee Penny Maze Henrietta Street, London 5 1
Diamond Jubilee Garden St Pauls Church, Bedford Street, London 4.4 12

Gyms and leisure centre in the area of Brompton

More at-home work means more gym-goers. Major chains make staying active in Brompton easy.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Oasis Sports Centre 32 Endell Street, London 4.3 788
YMCA Club 112 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 168
Virgin Active Shell-Mex House, 80 Strand, London 4.3 299
Gymbox Holborn 100 High Holborn, London 4.3 340
Nuffield Health Covent Garden Fitness and Wellbeing Gym 9 Endell Street, London 4.3 130
Fitness First 6 Bedford Street, London 4.3 345
Yogarise Covent Garden – Yoga classes in Covent Garden, London 13 Mercer Street, London 4.3 62
Body Control Pilates 35 Little Russell Street, London 4.3 36
Jubilee Hall Gym 30 The Piazza, London 4.3 111
Covent Garden Physiotherapy Ground Floor, Durham House, 1 Durham House Street, London 4.3 46
CryoAction Limited 71-75 Shelton Street, London 4.3 1
Fujian White Crane Kung Fu & Tai Chi – Covent Garden & West End Green Dragon House, 23 Stukeley Street, London 4.3 N/A
The Health Club at One Aldwych One Aldwych Hotel, 1 Aldwych, Covent Garden, London 4.3 16
Digme Fitness Covent Garden 4-10 Tower Street, London 4.3 150
The Louisa Drake Method Until, Unit 111 Charing Cross Road, London 4.3 7
Boom Cycle – Holborn 16 Procter Street, London 4.3 91
PT Session with David 112 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 27
Seen on Screen Fitness & Events Ltd 112 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 N/A
Change Stasis The Central YMCA Club, 112 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 N/A
TGO Outdoor Gym Old Gloucester Street, London 4.3 5

Other nearby areas

You could find your new neighbourhood in an area that is nearby and similar to Brompton. Check out some of our other guides on places nearby so you’re sure your ideal place to buy a property isn’t next door.

Neighbourhood name Link to our guide
South Lambeth See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Kennington See the guide here
Pimlico See the guide here
Victoria Station See the guide here
Victoria St See the guide here
Belgravia See the guide here
Knightsbridge See the guide here
Newington See the guide here
Buckingham Palace See the guide here
Southwark See the guide here
South Bank See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here
Moorfields Eye Hospital See the guide here
Hyde Park See the guide here
Tower of London See the guide here
Bankside See the guide here
Charing Cross See the guide here
Royal Academy See the guide here
Tower Hill See the guide here
Monument See the guide here
Billingsgate See the guide here
Leicester Square See the guide here
Temple See the guide here
Mayfair (south) See the guide here
Mayfair (north) See the guide here
Covent Garden See the guide here
Portsoken See the guide here
Chinatown See the guide here
Blackfriars See the guide here
Cannon Street See the guide here
Grosvenor Square See the guide here
Lombard Street See the guide here
Regent Street See the guide here
Aldwych See the guide here
Aldgate See the guide here
Soho (south east) See the guide here
Soho (north west) See the guide here
Royal Exchange See the guide here
St Paul’s See the guide here
Hanover Square See the guide here
Bank of England See the guide here
Soho Square See the guide here
Fetter Lane See the guide here
Bishopsgate See the guide here
New Oxford Street See the guide here
Liverpool Street See the guide here
St Bartholomew’s Hospital See the guide here
High Holborn See the guide here
Broadgate See the guide here
Marylebone See the guide here
Barbican See the guide here
Spitalfields See the guide here
Great Portland Street See the guide here
Hatton Garden See the guide here
Harley Street See the guide here
Finsbury See the guide here
Finsbury (west) See the guide here
Chenies See the guide here
Fitzrovia See the guide here
Farringdon See the guide here
Great Ormond Street Hospital See the guide here
Bloomsbury See the guide here
Shoreditch See the guide here
Bunhill Fields See the guide here
University College London See the guide here
St Luke’s See the guide here
Lisson Grove See the guide here
Finsbury Estate See the guide here
St Pancras See the guide here
Clerkenwell See the guide here
Euston See the guide here
Somers Town See the guide here
Hoxton See the guide here
Kings Cross See the guide here
Islington See the guide here
Camden Town See the guide here
Barnsbury See the guide here
South Lambeth See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Vauxhall See the guide here
Kennington See the guide here
Pimlico See the guide here
Victoria Station See the guide here
Victoria St See the guide here
Belgravia See the guide here
Knightsbridge See the guide here
Newington See the guide here
Buckingham Palace See the guide here
Southwark See the guide here
South Bank See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here
Moorfields Eye Hospital See the guide here

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