Is Hammersmith made for you? Our guide of the area

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Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is a London borough in West London and which also forms part of Inner London. The borough was formed in 1965 from the merger of the former Metropolitan Boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham. The borough borders Brent to the north, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to the east, Wandsworth to the south, Richmond upon Thames to the south west, and Hounslow and Ealing to the west. “

The facilities you might need in Hammersmith

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

Post offices in and around the area of Hammersmith

Nearby post offices make sending and getting packages a breeze. Post office branches in Hammersmith provide services like money orders and postal insurance alongside mail services. You can take a look for yourself to see where they are located below.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Brook Green News & Post Office 146 Shepherds Bush Road, London 4.2 106
Olympia Post Office. 8-10 North End Road, London 3.1 111
Royal Mail Post Box 24-10 Gledstanes Road, London 0 0
King Street Post Office 168 King Street, London 2.5 35
Royal Mail West Kensington Delivery Office Blythe Road, London 2.9 73

The number of hospitals, pharmacies and doctors in Hammersmith

Hammersmith has 15 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
Charing Cross Hospital Fulham Palace Road, London 3.7 649
Dispensaire Francais Societe Francaise de Bienfaisance 184 Hammersmith Road, London 4.2 19
St. Dunstan’s Clinic Saint Dunstan’s Road, London N/A N/A
Surgicare Medical Group Ltd The Triangle, 5-17 Hammersmith Grove, London 1 1
Algomed UK 1 Lyric Square, London 5 5
Enhance Medical Group The Triangle, 5-17 Hammersmith Grove, London 4.2 69
Medical Imprint 174 Hammersmith Road, London N/A N/A
DocTap Private GP 97-99 King Street, London 4.7 36
Ear Wax Removal Clinic – Hammersmith Hearing 97, 99 King Street, London 5 2
AVADA HEALTH 121 King Street, London N/A N/A
Charing Cross Hospital Delivery Bay 3 Claybrook Road, London N/A N/A
Acute Medical Unit United Kingdom 4 1
Work (The Claybrook Center) 37 Claybrook Road, London N/A N/A
Clear Earwax Clinic Hammersmith 70 Blythe Road, London 4.7 7
Kings Medical & Cosmetic Clinic 36 North End Road, London N/A N/A

What schools are in the area of Hammersmith?

Having an educational institution close by is a great perk when moving. See the list below of schools located in the Hammersmith vicinity and how they relate to property prices.

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
St Paul’s Girls’ School Brook Green, London 4.5 30
Sacred Heart High School 212 Hammersmith Road, London 4 20
Latymer Upper School King Street, London 4.1 47
William Morris Sixth Form Saint Dunstan’s Road, London 3.5 20
Swingland – Swing Dance Classes & Events (A-Train & The Swing Ball) Swingland c/o The Hammersmith Club, 11 Rutland Grove, London 4.8 11
Parayhouse School Colet Gardens, London N/A N/A
Step By Step Day Nursery 1 Bridge Avenue, London 2.7 3
Wordshark Numbershark – programs for reading, spelling, numeracy Chancery House, 1 Lochaline Street, London 4.7 3
Addison Pre School Brook Green, London N/A N/A
St Paul’s CE Primary School Worlidge Street, London 5 2
Millie’s House Nursery & Pre-school Distillery Lane, London 3 14
Bute House Preparatory School for Girls London 5 4
Slb 20 Macbeth Street, London N/A N/A
UK expekt.com Colet Court, 100 Hammersmith Road, London 5 1
West London Free School Academy Trust Cambridge Grove, London N/A N/A
Kensington Wade School Fulham Palace Road, London 5 2
Brook Green Nursery Ltd 49 Brook Green, London 5 2
West London Free School Primary Cambridge Grove, London 4.4 10
Facilities for Hire at Westside School 8, 30 Galena Road, London N/A N/A
Kanoon Iran 30 Galena Road, London N/A N/A

Tube & Train stations in and around Hammersmith

We assembled the train and tube stations of Hammersmith in a convenient table below so you can find the best location for you to live if transport connections are important to you.

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Hammersmith Hammersmith (D & P) Station Underground Ltd, Hammersmith Station, Hammersmith Broadway, London 4.2 262
Hammersmith Underground Ltd, Beadon Road, London 4.1 176
Barons Court Underground Ltd, Palliser Road, London 4.1 149
Ravenscourt Park Ravenscourt Road, London 4 57

What to do in the area of Hammersmith

Hammersmith is full of life and things to do. We suggest looking at Timeout for their weekly Hammersmith event listings to find local activities. Here’s a convenient link to see their upcoming happenings. Having a good grasp of what’s in Hammersmith 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 Hammersmith.

Things we love about Hammersmith

Hammersmith has a distinct culture and atmosphere. At Cozee we looked at features that define the area’s vibe like food, nightlife, green space, and more. Whether you love to eat or you love to take part in the night life of a city, Hammersmith has something for your tastes. Explore spots below to get a feel for life here.

Museums & Galleries

The vitality of a region is shaped by 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 Hammersmith, we highly suggest exploring the local galleries, museums, and cultural establishments. These venues offer delightful experiences, especially on weekends.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The William Morris Society 26 Upper Mall, London 4.5 47
Pilsudski Jozef Institute 238 King Street, London 4 1
Anglo-Polish Cultural Exchange 238 King Street, London N/A N/A

Are the restaurants in Hammersmith any good?

Hammersmith has a range of different places to eat. From Chinese, Indian or Italian ones, your area is vibrant with life and if you are a foodie you will surely find what you are looking for here.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The River Café Thames Wharf, Rainville Road, London 4.3 1594
The Gate Hammersmith 51 Queen Caroline Street, London 4.3 838
Riverside Studios 101 Queen Caroline Street, London 4.3 1364
The Queen’s Head, Hammersmith 13 Brook Green, London 4.3 1554
The Latymers, Hammersmith 157 Hammersmith Road, London 4.3 1294
The Blue Anchor 13 Lower Mall, London 4.3 1960
The Albion 121 Hammersmith Road, London 4.3 426
The Dartmouth Castle 26 Glenthorne Road, London 4.3 553
Rutland Arms 15 Lower Mall, London 4.3 1284
The Pear Tree 14 Margravine Road, London 4.3 437
Biddy Mulligan’s Olympia 43 Blythe Road, London 4.3 555
The Popeseye Steak House 108 Blythe Road, London 4.3 182
The Plough & Harrow 120-124 King Street, London 4.3 1481
The William Morris – JD Wetherspoon 2-4 King Street, London 4.3 4008
Sagar Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurant – Hammersmith 157 King Street, London 4.3 746
The Hampshire 225-227 King Street, London 4.3 813
Duke of Cornwall 48 Fulham Palace Road, London 4.3 551
Mahdi Restaurant 215-217 King Street, London 4.3 2034
Tops Pizza Fulham 74 Fulham Palace Road, London 4.3 96
The Bridge 204 Castelnau, London 4.3 551

Pubs

As Londoners, we cherish our local pubs. Hammersmith has some great go-to spots. From smaller, more family run chains to larger pubs like WeatherSpoons, there is a pub for everyone in the area.

Pub name Name Address Description
Andover Arms 57 Aldensley Road Hammersmith W6 0DL This 1853 backstreet local is situated in the centre of the (estate agents’) “Brackenbury Village”, adding to its rural feel. Acquired by Fuller’s from Watney’s in 1991, the pub has undergone limited changes since, including combining the bars into one room, opening up the kitchen and extending into the former yard at the rear.
Anglesea Arms 35 Wingate Road Hammersmith W6 0UR Corner local in Brackenbury Village dating from 1866 and which headed upmarket after a 1996 refurbishment. It is still a local but now more food-led with a restaurant/eating area at rear of bar. Four handpumps of which at least two should be on at any one time, see pub website for real ales of the week. Head chef Philip Harrison won the Fuller’s 2016 Great Sausage Roll Off with a pheasant, black pudding puree and turnip salad creation!
Black Lion 2 South Black Lion Lane Hammersmith W6 9TJ Grade II listed 16th-century inn very close to the river and visible from it, attracting tourists on their riverside walks. The large beer garden can seat 200, is home to a 400-year-old chestnut tree and hosts Sunday lunchtime barbecues. But the skittle alley which used to be at the back of the pub has now sadly disappeared to become a function area.
Blue Anchor 13 Lower Mall Hammersmith W6 9DJ This riverside pub close to rowing clubs and Hammersmith Bridge was first licensed in the mid-19th century and should not be confused with an earlier tavern of the same name although the present pub website claims a site licence from 1722! Gustav Holst, when music master of nearby St Paul’s School, is reputed to have composed his Hammersmith Suite on the premises. Quiz night Wednesday. Four real ales normally available.
Blue Boat Distillery Wharf, Parr’s Way Hammersmith W6 9RU An impressive new Fuller’s pub opened in March 2015 on the riverside, at the back of a new St. George’s housing development at Fulham Reach, and off the top end of Fulham Palace Road quite close to Hammersmith Broadway.
Brook Green Hotel 170 Shepherds Bush Road Hammersmith W6 7PB On this site stood the Barley Mow until 1886, when the pub was rebuilt and renamed the Brook Green, just two years prior to its purchase by Young’s. The word “Hotel” was appended when the letting rooms were added. The bar is spacious, high-ceilinged and airy, with big windows looking across Brook Green and down Shepherds Bush Road from the imposing corner site. Its decor and furnishing are a comfortable blend of Victoriana and modernity. At one end is a grand fireplace (complete with a log fire in the season) sporting a mirrored overmantle; at the other some stripped brickwork. In between is a long bar counter with an attractive mirrored mahogany back bar. Furniture consists of leather-style banquettes and upholstered chairs and stools at both high and low tables, together with some leather settees. Breakfast available from 7am on weekdays and 8am at weekends and food service, with enticing menu items at reasonable prices, continues throughout the day. But note that the licence here does not permit alcohol sale to the public until 10am. There is a separate basement cocktail bar, Smith’s, offering only bottle beers, and 17 ensuite hotel rooms on the floors above.
Carpenter’s Arms 91 Black Lion Lane Hammersmith W6 9BG First opened as a public house in 1871, owned by the Thomas Salt and Co Brewery. Now a cosy gastropub with secluded courtyard garden; the pub has attracted very good independent reviews for its food, e.g. serial entries in the Good Food Guide. Locals would be forgiven for keeping very quiet about this hidden gem, although the emphasis here is not on real ale; the excellent menus change daily. One ale was reported at our last update; further news welcome.
Chancellors 25 Crisp Road Hammersmith W6 9RL In a building dating from the 1850s, this was a friendly & unpretentious locals’ pub, which made it perhaps stand out from the more upmarket establishments in Hammersmith. The bar is located round three sides of a square and the decor is largely dark wood and black banquette seating. The pub is opposite the Riverside Studios site, and its walls feature black and white photos of British film and TV stars from the fifties to the nineties, a heaven for nostalgia fans. Two real ales and a range of lager pumps. Post-pandemic, the pub has been pretty much transformed under its new owner. Carl McCluskey took over the pub from his grandmother in 2020 and launched a pizza range, initially as a pandemic-era takeaway. His “Crisp Pizza W6” offering has received rave reviews and international attention, with queues of customers sometimes snaking back to the Apollo. It’s walk-in only for seats, no reservations. Pizzas available Thursday evenings and Friday to Sunday from 1pm to 9pm.
Crabtree Rainville Road Hammersmith W6 9HA Spacious Thames-side pub in the back streets half a mile from Fulham football ground, rebuilt in 1898 by Sich’s Lamb brewery of Chiswick. The split-level bar with restaurant at rear has a high-vaulted ceiling and some plush furniture including leather banquettes. A large patio/garden area overlooks the river and affords a view of the annual Varsity Boat Race; weeping willows and parasols provide shade. Occasional events include Meet the Brewer – see website and social media. Quiz night is Tuesday.
Craft Beer Co. 17-18 Broadway Shopping Centre Hammersmith W6 9YD Following a period of closure this site was taken over by the Craft Beer Co and reopened in 2019, having had a major refurbishment to create a “modern pub with old-school pub values and real hospitality at its core”.
Cross Keys 57 Black Lion Lane Hammersmith W6 9BG Very much a traditional pub in the exclusive St Peter’s Square area of Hammersmith, the Cross Keys attracts a mixed clientèle. Long owned by Fuller’s, its handpumps used to serve exclusively London Pride, but now a Dark Star Pale Ale, or possibly a guest ale, is usually also offered. From the narrow frontage, with its attractive garden, two doors lead into the single room, wood panelled, with its anaglypta papered ceiling supported on slender iron columns. To the left, a rare sight in today’s London pubs, is a dart board. Beyond the bar, the room opens out and leads to the two rear gardens separated by “The Barn”, which can be reserved for functions. A short, but attractive, menu offers up-market pub-grub at modest prices for the area; it includes Sunday roasts. The kitchen may stay open late on the popular Thursday Quiz Night and the pub’s website has occasional offers.
Dartmouth Castle 26 Glenthorne Road Hammersmith W6 0LS 1867 corner pub with a comfortable lounge bar which has an exceptional Victorian bar-back. The interior is noted by CAMRA as being of some regional importance; note the dumb waiter, still in working order. The side patio is covered over in the winter. The food offering includes a Mediterranean-inspired main menu. The pub is close to the Hammersmith tube stations and may become crowded in early evenings.
Distillers 64 Fulham Palace Road Hammersmith W6 9PH This is a corner Fuller’s pub, close to the new ‘Fulham Reach’ property development, with a curved frontage and named after Haigs Gin Distillery, which stood nearby; perhaps oddly named since it was originally a beer house and could not sell wine or spirits. It still retains some original glasswork from the 1906 rebuild by Royal Brewery of Brentford. Large patio/terrace area attractively furnished & with its own BBQ & bar area. Large can & bottled beer range plus numerous craft beers on draught, two real ales and three ciders some of which CAMRA defines as real; following a mini-refurb in mid-2018, a feature of the bar is two 880-pint tanks of Frontier lager. Changing weekly menu and semi-open kitchen. Comedy, live music, quiz, open mic and band nights. Winner of the Outstanding Achievement category in Fuller’s 2015 pub of the year contest, The Griffin Trophy.
Dove 19 Upper Mall Hammersmith W6 9TA One of London’s Real Heritage Pubs, the main bar area is on a raised level with a tiny public bar at the front, the smallest area for any London bar at around 33 square feet. However, research suggests that this bar is not very ancient and was installed some time after 1911 by the then licensee who mistakenly thought his pub layout contravened the Licensing Consolidation Act of 1910 and hurriedly created the tiny snug.
Duchess 320 Goldhawk Road Hammersmith W6 0XF Large, airy corner pub, rebuilt 1928 and now providing two distinct areas with a small decked beer garden to one side. Now owned by Ei and a tenancy within their True Pub operation.
Duke of Cornwall 48 Fulham Palace Road Hammersmith W6 9PH Reverted to its original name as part of a 2004 refurbishment after a spell as a Finnegan’s Wake Irish theme pub. A large single bar with large screen TV; it can be very busy and noisy in the evening. Close to Hammersmith Apollo (formerly Odeon).
Duke of Hammersmith 238 Shepherds Bush Road Hammersmith W6 7NL Following the acquisition by BrewDog of the small Draft House chain of London pubs, this one has been renamed the Duke of Hammersmith: external signage still includes the original name, the Laurie Arms, and the “Beer Here” sign put up by the previous owners.
Grove Tavern 83 Hammersmith Grove Hammersmith W6 0NQ Renamed at the end of 2022, this is a gastropub but described on its website as “taken back to being a traditional London pub serving good quality food and drink”. There is a bar-snacks menu as well as the main dining menu. The first-floor bar is available for bookings. Comedy nights (entrance fee). Normally three real ales plus a good range of bottled beers. At busy dining times drinkers-only may be encouraged to sit outside. Additional outdoor seating has been provided by the conversion of a kerbside parking bay.
Hammersmith Ram 81 King Street Hammersmith W6 9HW Originally the Great Angel, then the Angel from 1786, this pub was next renamed the Builders Arms (a name transferred from a closed pub on Hammersmith Bridge Road) following its acquisition by Young’s from Fuller’s in 1966. The present pub name dates from 1996. Last refurbed in autumn 2022, there are now six handpumps (though offering perhaps just four different real ales) and a new menu is on offer including the “Ham Ram Breakfast” and Sunday roasts. There is a small enclosed beer garden to the side, providing an outdoor haven away from the traffic.
Hop Poles 17-19 King Street Hammersmith W6 9HR The present Grade II listed building, with its striking granite-faced frontage on Hammersmith’s high street, featuring bow windows at the entrances, dates from 1857. Records of earlier public houses on the site go back to 1798 and names included the Manchester Arms and later the Three Hop Poles. The cavernous interior, once divided into many rooms, retains some of its original features: remnants of partitioning, slender scroll-topped columns supporting the ornately decorated high ceiling and some glasswork and mirrors can all be seen. An island bar, with an attractive back-bar, serves all areas of the ground floor. Contrary to the old signs in the windows, this is no longer a free house. The four handpumps generally offer Sharp’s Doom Bar and a changing ale. A Lilley’s cider may occupy another handpump. The menu focusses on pizza, tapas, burgers and sharing plates: see the pub’s website for special offers. TV screens show freeview broadcasts, occasionally including sports events. Thursday is Quiz Night starting at 7pm.
Latymers 157 Hammersmith Road Hammersmith W6 8BS Opened in 1988 as part of a slightly earlier office block. A smartly refurbished lounge bar with a large, circular, art deco mirror, which was salvaged from a cinema, in the centre of the ceiling. The food trade is very strong at lunchtimes and there is a separate restaurant at the rear serving English and Thai food. The original pub on the site, the Red Cow, was pulled down in 1981 having been popular with those involved in 1960s motor racing. It was also a music venue, having played host to the Jam.
London Corinthian Sailing & Sons of the Thames Rowing Clubs 60 Upper Mall Hammersmith W6 9TA The two clubs, the London Corithian Sailing Club (lcsc.org.uk) and the Sons of the Thames Rowing Club (sonsrowing.com) share the impressive Grade II listed Linden House. The LCSC was established in 1894 and managed to co-purchase the freehold of the building in 1999. The long-term aim of the clubs is for Linden House to become West London’s premier water sports venue. The bar, on the first floor, facing the river and comfortably furnished, serves two real ales from Fuller’s as well as various keg beers. Superb home-cooked food is offered. The opening hours given above vary seasonally and according to tide and sailing conditions: the LCSC website gives details. The various rooms at Linden House, from the large Ballroom to the intimate Commodore’s Room may be hired for events, with or without catering: see the Linden House website.
Old City Arms 107 Hammersmith Bridge Road Hammersmith W6 9DA Reopened on August 18th 2023 after a short period of closure for refurbishment following a change of management. The refurb retained the interior layout of the pub together with its pool tables and (increasingly unusual in West London) dart board.
Old Ship 25 Upper Mall Hammersmith W6 9TD This is a pleasant riverside pub with good views up and down the Thames, renovated in early 2018. A veranda and railed-in patio area are at the front. Inside, there is a large lounge bar with modern decor and a separate side restaurant; the first-floor patio gives a good view of the Boat Race. A children’s play area is handily close by. Normally two ales are available but this may dwindle to one at busy times; further updates welcome.
Pear Tree 14 Margravine Road Hammersmith W6 8HJ Dating to the 1800s and tucked away in the back streets of Hammersmith behind Charing Cross hospital, the Pear Tree is one of the oldest buildings in the area. The interior maintains the traditional cosy feel we associate with family-run pubs, with comfortable furniture, real fires and a huge back garden. Originally the Pear Tree Inn, the pub again offers accommodation in five bedrooms, one of them with en-suite facilities. The food is of a superior but homely quality: the bargain Sunday roast is very popular and can run out early. A bar snack menu is offered as well as the main meals. Note restricted weekday opening hours.
Plough & Harrow 120-124 King Street Hammersmith W6 0QU On the site of an inn established in 1419 and, more recently, a Rolls Royce showroom, the present light and airy Wetherspoon pub on Hammersmith’s main shopping street dates from 2002. It has a mixture of stone and carpeted floors and a long metal-topped bar with ten handpumps, more than half of them devoted to an ever-changing range of guest ales, generally including a choice of light and dark brews. Look out for the well-advertised beer festivals. Several tables can be found on the pavement in front of the pub and rather more on the verandah to the side, at some of which smoking is permitted. The usual Wetherspoon menu offers breakfast from 8am, but service of alcoholic drinks begins at 9am. The upper floors are occupied by a Holiday Inn Express.
Prince of Wales Townhouse 73 Dalling Road Hammersmith W6 0JD Following an extensive refurbishment of its interior and garden, the pub reopened in 2020 with a new name, incorporating its likely original one, the Prince of Wales, becoming ‘his’ Townhouse. Presently there are connections with the well-regarded Big Smoke Brewery, with its small chain of pubs in London and South-east England, with the Laine Brewery, continuing from its earlier role, and with Punch. (Both Laine and Punch are ultimately owned by US bank Fortress Investment Group).
Queens Head 13 Brook Green Hammersmith W6 7BL The pub dates from at least 1722 and there is a charming picture of its interior in 1839 from Faulkner’s History of Hammersmith. Now it is a large but cosy establishment on the famous Brook Green, which was called the Maidenhead until rebuilt in 1812. Upmarket and much larger than the frontage suggests, with several drinking and eating areas stretching back to the rear beer garden, which is worth a visit in itself – note the proper trees. Formerly patronised by Sir Henry Irving and William Morris. Note the pub sign, a nod to the original image used on the world’s first postage stamps in 1840.
Raven 375 Goldhawk Road Hammersmith W6 0SA Larger than it looks from the street, this friendly local has a large eating area and pleasant courtyard at the rear. It is very handily placed opposite Stamford Brook tube and on the 237 bus route. It is run by Ealing-based MC Bars. The food menu includes pub classics plus tapas dishes and Sunday roasts. As of our last update, the pub offers three cask ales. Further updates welcome. The Raven offers Chiswick Calendar Club Card holders 10% off drinks at any time.
Richmond 55 Shepherds Bush Road Hammersmith W6 7LU Sizeable pub site with a large island bar. Very much a pub serving its local community; two real ales plus one unused handpump. Pizza food offering. Sunday night quiz at 8.30. The opening hours here have been stated as incorrect but correspond with the venue website. Check before visiting.

Green spaces and parks of Hammersmith

One of London’s best features is its many green spaces. See if Hammersmith offers space for strolls or picnics.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Jubilee Gardens Belvedere Road, London 4.5 1413
Elm Court 1 Pump Court, London 4.3 6
Middle Temple Gardens 3 Middle Temple Lane, Temple, London 4.7 82
Bernie Spain Gardens South Bank, London 4.4 488
Bloomsbury Square Garden 14 Bloomsbury Square, London 4.3 2017
The Phoenix Garden 21 Stacey Street, London 4.6 461
LGBT Chairs ️‍ Ground Floor, South East Wing, Bush House, 300 Strand, London 5 1
Victoria Embankment Gardens 4 Temple Place, Temple, London N/A N/A
Potnotch Jubilee Market, Tavistock Street, London 5 1
London Memorial Garden Savoy Place, London 3.8 4
Drury Lane Gardens 58 Drury Lane, London 3.9 16
Fountain Court Temple, London 4.6 8
Southbank boardwalk South Bank, Unnamed Road, London 4.8 13
Street Art Skaterpark 337-338 Belvedere Road, London N/A N/A
National Theatre garden terrace South Bank, National Theatre, London N/A N/A
The Diamond Jubilee Penny Maze Henrietta Street, London 5 1
Southbank (River Thames South) Walkpath. Unnamed Road, London 4.8 18
Victoria Embankment Gardens Villiers Street, London 4.6 2523
Diamond Jubilee Garden St Pauls Church, Bedford Street, London 4.4 12
BIG 7 7 Bell Yard, London N/A N/A

What are the range of supermarkets like?

Perhaps one of the most common amenities in Hammersmith would be supermarkets. Below, you will be able to tell what type of supermarket there are in Hammersmith and what company operates here.

Supermarket/Grocery store name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Lidl 71-73 Acre Lane, London 4.1 1761
Poundland 464-466, Brixton Road, London 4.1 607
Sainsbury’s 2 Tulse Hill, London 4.1 1627
Tesco Esso Express 330 Brixton Road, London 3.4 137
Sainsbury’s Local 425 Brixton Road, London 3.1 47
Tesco Superstore 13 Acre Lane, London 3.8 502
Marks and Spencer 446 Brixton Road, London 4 1026
Sainsbury’s Local 379 Brixton Road, London 3.9 35
Sainsbury’s Local 76 Brixton Hill, London 3.5 39
Tesco Express 242-248 Coldharbour Lane, London 3 42
Iceland Supermarket Brixton 441-443 Brixton Road, London 4.2 730
Costcutter 97 Acre Lane, London 2.7 3
Lana Supermarket 46 Atlantic Road, London 3.9 7
Crackerjack Gold 394 Brixton Road, London 3.9 8
Pay Less Food & Wine London 324 Coldharbour Lane, London 3.9 17
Co-op Food – Lambeth – Stockwell Road 145 Stockwell Road, London 2.9 27
Moorlands Grocery Convenience Store 52 Corry Drive, London 3.9 37
Brixton Food & Wine United Kingdom 4.4 18
our local 98 Brixton Hill, London 5 3
Super Save 39-41 Tulse Hill, London 4.1 15

Gyms in Hammersmith

Working from home means more gym time for many. With chains like EasyGym and PureGym, it’s easy to stay fit in Hammersmith.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Hammersmith Fitness and Squash Centre Chalk Hill Road, London 4.3 175
Charing Cross Sports Club Aspenlea Road, London 4.3 175
Singdayt Muay Thai Flora gardens primary school, Dalling Road, London 4.3 35
State of Mind Fitness Galena Arches, 82 Galena Road, London 4.3 25
Yoga Instructor London Chalk Hill Road, London 4.3 1
Fitness First 26-28 Hammersmith Grove, London 4.3 516
Better Gym 8DW, Chalk Hill Road, London 4.3 72
PureGym London Hammersmith Palais 242 Shepherds Bush Road, London 4.3 744
Boom Cycle – Hammersmith 10 Hammersmith Grove, London 4.3 62
Surge Fitness Hammersmith 232 Shepherds Bush Road, London 4.3 47
FRAME Hammersmith Hammersmith, Unit 17, Livat, King Street, London 4.3 66
Healthy Mums West London 109 B Yeldham Road, London 4.3 1
LOVE BASKETBALL ACADEMY 18 Iffley Road, London 4.3 1
Fly-Fit Aerialand, Galena house, 8-30 Galena Road, London 4.3 11
GO Mammoth Westside School, 8-30 Galena Road, London 4.3 1
Wing Chun Kung Fu Hammersmith 7 Bradmore Park Road, London 4.3 11
Pilates by Helena 13 Larnach Road, London 4.3 37
Mina Stephens Pilates Queen’s Club, Palliser Road, London 4.3 6
Ottersense Wrenn House, 2 Brasenose Drive, London 4.3 N/A
K A F I T • G L O B A L 166 Hammersmith Road, London 4.3 90

What else is close by?

You could find your new neighbourhood in an area that is nearby and similar to Hammersmith. 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
Chipstead See the guide here
Barnes See the guide here
Fulham See the guide here
Castelnau See the guide here
West Brompton See the guide here
Chiswick See the guide here
West Kensington See the guide here
Earl’s Court See the guide here
Turnham Green See the guide here
Shortlands See the guide here
South Kensington See the guide here
Kensington See the guide here
Holland Park See the guide here
Shepherds Bush See the guide here
White City See the guide here
East Acton See the guide here
Notting Hill See the guide here
Chipstead See the guide here
Barnes See the guide here
Fulham See the guide here
Castelnau See the guide here
West Brompton See the guide here
Chiswick See the guide here
West Kensington See the guide here
Earl’s Court See the guide here
Turnham Green See the guide here
Shortlands See the guide here
South Kensington See the guide here
Kensington See the guide here
Holland Park See the guide here
Shepherds Bush See the guide here
White City See the guide here
East Acton See the guide here
Notting Hill See the guide here

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