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What to do in Notting Hill

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

The things you might need in Notting Hill

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

How many hospitals, pharmacies and doctors are there in Notting Hill?

Notting Hill has 12 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
Medicspot Clinic Portobello Market 202 Portobello Road, London 2.3 3
Barlby Surgery St Charles’ Centre for Health and Wellbeing, Exmoor Street, London 3.7 362
NHS Haringey 55a St. Ann’s Road, London N/A N/A
St Charles Centre for Health & Wellbeing Exmoor Street, London 3.3 129
MUT Medical 106 Ladbroke Grove, London N/A N/A
nhs dental services Portobello Road, London N/A N/A
Walmer Road Clinic Eastry House, 226 Walmer Road, London N/A N/A
My Care My Way Saint Mark’s Road, London N/A N/A
Exmoor Surgery 1 St Charles Centre for Health and Wellbeing, Exmoor Street, London 2.5 43
Chamberlain House Exmoor Street, London N/A N/A
Kingsbridge Road Short Break Service 20 Kingsbridge Road, London 5 1
Pembridge Palliative Care Unit Exmoor Street, London 5 1

Schools around Notting Hill

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

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Denbigh Under Fives Pre-School 5 Denbigh Road, London 4.8 6
St Charles Catholic Sixth Form College 74 Saint Charles Square, London 3.5 55
All Saints Catholic College 75 Saint Charles Square, London 3.4 75
Notting Hill Guitar School 223 Portobello Road, London 5 1
Ladbroke Square Montessori School 43 Ladbroke Square, London 4.8 18
Maria Montessori School – Notting Hill 28 Powis Gardens, London N/A N/A
Kensington Aldridge Academy 1 Silchester Road, London 4.2 46
Stephen Mear 2 Saint Charles Place, London N/A N/A
The Stewart Bilingual School 85 Clarendon Road, London 4.2 5
West London Turkish School Saint Charles Square, London 5 3
Activematters 3 Clarendon Cross, London N/A N/A
Miss Delaney’s Nursery School Avondale Park Lodge, Walmer Road, London 4.3 6
tarka london St. Francis of Assisi, Pottery Lane, London 5 44
Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic Primary School Treadgold Street, London 3.2 9
Portobello Day Care Nursery 244 Acklam Road, London 5 4
Eesti Kool Londonis 18 Chepstow Villas, London N/A N/A
Ormiston Latimer Academy 194 Freston Road, London 3 2
Pupil Parent Partnership 191 Freston Road, London N/A N/A
Southbank International School Kensington 36-38 Kensington Park Road, London 4.3 3
The London School Of Ballet 187 Freston Road, London N/A N/A

Tube & Train stations in and around Notting Hill

Train and tube stations in Notting Hill can provide you with direct links to nearby cities and hence, they are a desirable feature for people when deciding on a place to live. Those who move into a city with direct transport links are able to travel further for work and will maybe spend less time commuting. Find a table below about where these transport links are:

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Ladbroke Grove Underground Ltd, Ladbroke Grove Station, Ladbroke Grove, London 4.2 85
Latimer Road Bramley Road, London 3.9 63
Westbourne Park Western Road, London 3.9 66
Holland Park Holland Park Avenue, London 4.4 70

Post offices in and around the area of Notting Hill

Nearby post offices simplify sending and getting packages. Notting Hill 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 Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Portobello Road Post Office 325 Portobello Road, London 3.3 45
Ladbroke Grove Post Office 116 Ladbroke Grove, London 1.4 85
Clarendon Road Post Office 109 Clarendon Road, London 3.3 82
Post Office St Helens Supermarket 4-6 Saint Helens Gardens, London 4 22

In the city of Notting Hill, what kind of things are there to do?

What makes the heart of Notting Hill? 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 Notting Hill to help you decide as to whether to move there or not.

What type of green space is there in Notting Hill?

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

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Colville Square Gardens 19 Colville Square, London 4.4 75
Avondale Park 8 Walmer Road, London 4.3 439
Athlone Gardens Lionel House, 370 Portobello Road, London 4.3 72
Shrewsbury Road Gardens 506 Shrewsbury Road, London 4.1 16
Kensington Memorial Park Saint Mark’s Road, London 4.4 812
Portobello Green c, 1 Cambridge Gardens, Thorpe Close, London 4.4 74
6 Rosmead Gardens, Notting Hill 1-2 Rosmead Road, London 4.5 56
Tavistock Gardens 48 All Saints Road, London 4.1 144
Maxilla Green/Maxilla Walk 11 Westway, London W10 6JG Westway, London 4.1 34
Rita Botanicals 125F, Stall, Portobello Road, London N/A N/A
Grenfell Tower Memorial Wall 100 Grenfell Road, London 4.5 33
Hope Gardens 2 Maxilla Walk, London 5 1
St. John’s Memory Garden St Johns Church, Lansdowne Crescent, London 4.3 3
Waynflete Square 64 Waynflete Square, London 3.7 18
Ladbroke Grove Garden Notting Hill, London N/A N/A
Hanover Gardens Notting Hill, London 4.7 3
Elkstone Road Garden Oasis Elkstone Road, London N/A N/A
George Orwell Plaque 22 Portobello Road, London 4.3 12
St Stephen’s Gardens 40 Saint Stephen’s Gardens, London 4.4 98
The Moroccan Garden Unnamed Road, London 4 7


As Londoners, we cherish our local pubs. Notting Hill 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
Bayswater Arms 99 Queensway Bayswater W2 4QH Bayswater is a corruption of Bayard’s Watering, the chief spring of the district situated near Queensway and from which in 1439 a conduit was built to supply the City of London with water. Now the eponymous pub is an air-conditioned haven from the bustle of Queensway. Faux Victorian interior, with dark wall coverings sporting framed photographs of local Edwardian street scenes and the area’s well-known former residents, contrasts with the 60s block in which this pub occupies the corner. Plenty of tables on a mixture of carpeted and painted wooden floors and a menu of pub-grub food attract in tourists and other passing trade as well as the regulars. Note that the licence does not allow sale of alcohol before 10am Monday to Saturday or noon on Sunday.
Champion 1 Wellington Terrace Bayswater W2 4LW Built in 1838 and opposite the security-protected road on the northern side of Kensington Gardens, this is the nearest pub to Kensington Palace. In warm weather the front windows are often opened onto the bar room with its mixture dining tables and chairs, and the pub has a light and airy feel. There is reasonable space for vertical drinkers. A plush basement area leads on to a sunken beer garden, with patio heaters lit in cold weather. Three ale handpumps but often now only one ale available, likely to be London Pride. Note that this venue has a good food reputation and is a popular pub, particularly on Friday evenings and at weekends, and it may be advisable to book a table in advance.
Cow 89 Westbourne Park Rd Bayswater W2 5QH Built in 1858 as the Railway Tavern, which it remained until 1992. Possibly re-named after the drovers who used to take their cattle on the hoof to Smithfield Market. The pub is owned by the Conran family and is famous for its house-speciality oysters and seafood menu generally. There is an unpretentious smallish ground-floor bar with a good real ale reputation; and a first floor restaurant serving an excellent fish stew. Food times given are for the saloon bar; restaurant hours are different, see venue website.
Kings Head 33 Moscow Road Bayswater W2 4AH First licensed in 1822 and rebuilt in 1926. Traditional community pub, hosting regular theme nights and charity events. Wooden beams and panelling create a comfortable and spacious feel. This is somewhere to wind down after shopping in busy, cosmopolitan Queensway. There is a good range of foreign beers on offer and branded glasses are used whenever possible. Three real ales are usually on, and another handpump may be used for cider. Meals are served throughout the day.
Leinster Arms 17 Leinster Terrace Bayswater W2 3EU Grade II listed pub built in 1856 as the Scotch Stores and renamed 18 years later. The facade is impressive, with the pub’s name extending across the arch to the adjacent mews. Inside there is a fascinating collection of prints, portraits and paintings. The rear area has a notable brewery mirror. The beer range features a changing guest ale – beer mats and pump clips on display are evidence of previous brews. Five handpumps but not all ales may be available depending on demand. There is a wide food offering including lunchtime sandwiches, pub favourites, afternoon tea, and a dog menu! A vintage car club meets here every month. Popular with tourists. If you are in this category you may qualify for a “Regulars and Locals Loyalty Card” here.
Phoenix 51 Moscow Road Bayswater W2 4AL Deservedly popular, comfortable, upmarket pub serving the well-heeled locals as well as the visitors who choose to venture the short distance off Queensway. A variety of seating, floor coverings and degree of modernisation lend character to each the three distinct areas of the bar. Guest ales may also be available and are chosen very much in accordance with the demands of the regulars.
Prince Alfred 112 Queensway Bayswater W2 3RR Light and airy open plan bar refurbished in 1999. The first floor bar can be used for functions and there is an outside seating area from which cosmopolitan Bayswater can be observed. The building dates from 1852 and was named after Queen Victoria’s second son. Live music Thursday, Friday, Saturday nights. Two handpumps, one being used by Thatcher’s Sam’s Cider in Aug 23.
Prince Bonaparte 80 Chepstow Road Bayswater W2 5BE Large gastropub with a U-shaped counter and open plan kitchen, with varied seating and in an Art-Deco style. The rear area features separate dining-tables. The modern menu uses seasonal ingredients and includes Sunday roasts. It was reported in early 2023 and again in August 2023 that only one cask ale was available. Clientele is mainly young and upmarket and often with a French contingent. Built in 1850, it was formerly the Artesian, truly a well-named pub.
Prince Edward 73 Princes Square Bayswater W2 4NY Built in 1858 as the Princes Hotel on the corner of a leafy Victorian square. The Prince Edward now has a smartly furnished lounge with some comfortable leather armchairs, plenty of tables and chairs and a central island bar. Many interesting 19th-century photos of London and old prints, etched glass mirrors and coloured glass panels adorn the interior. A wide food menu is offered including breakfasts, a kid’s menu, bar snacks, sandwiches, and pub favourites. Note that alcohol is not available before noon on Sundays.
Princess Royal 47 Hereford Road Bayswater W2 5AH Following a period as Pomona’s, this site reopened in March 2022 with its original name, the Princess Royal. The present incarnation, as part of the small Cubitt House chain of London pubs, is very much food, wine and cocktail focussed, but with a range of keg beers and three real ales. The refurbishment during the prior closure included some restoration of original features, including the exposure of the pub name mosaic in the entrance porch. The premises are now expensively furnished and offer elegant and comfortable facilities inside and outside for drinkers and diners alike. Upholstered stools flank the solid wooden horse-shoe bar with original tiles and polished timber flooring, red arm chairs fill the window and variously-sized tables are close by, affording ample space for drinkers inside or outside the pleasant front terrace. Bar or table service is provided by charming and helpful uniformed staff.
Westbourne 101 Westbourne Park Villas Bayswater W2 5ED 1852 building with modern basic furnishing and decor featuring wooden tables and chairs and exposed floorboards. French window type frontage. Now a popular food-oriented gastropub with daily changing menus. Traditional bar snacks and daily tapas are also offered. Supper club special on Monday nights. The Westbourne is close to the end and judging point of the route of the Notting Hill Carnival.
Bridge House 13 Westbourne Terrace Road Maida Vale W2 6NG Dating from 1848, the Bridge House as its name implies is adjacent to a bridge, the Horse Bridge, over the Grand Union Canal (Paddington Arm) at its junction with the Regents Canal at Little Venice. The Bridge House is an appealing mix of old-style pub – a good solid bar counter, wooden floor and paneling, and old mirrors (Bass, and note H D Rawlings High Class Mineral Waters ‘as served to His Majesty the King’ above the fire place) – and modern. There’s a chandelier in the front bay window, grey painted walls above a dark painted rail, high tables and chairs, low easy chairs, as well as more normal tables and chairs, and fairy lights around the back bar together with somewhat oddly red pendant lights above the counter. There’s an extensive food menu for lunch and dinner. The craft beer selection varies regularly both on tap and bottled. There are occasional brewery residencies. While it’s not over intrusive there is background music and it can be turned up into the evening. And don’t forget the Canal Cafe Theatre, a separate operation above the pub: http://www.canalcafetheatre.com/

The types of restaurants

Notting Hill is rich in restaurants, from Indian, Chinese or Italian ones, your area is vibrant with life and the foodies that you may be will surely find what you are looking for.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Osteria Basilico 29 Kensington Park Road, London 4.3 702
Beach Blanket Babylon 45 Ledbury Road, London 4.3 833
The Ledbury 127 Ledbury Road, London 4.3 1307
Trailer Happiness 177 Portobello Road, London 4.3 521
Essenza Ristorante Italiano 210 Kensington Park Road, London 4.3 209
The Ladbroke Arms 54 Ladbroke Road, London 4.3 714
Electric Diner 191 Portobello Road, London 4.3 1368
Ottolenghi Notting Hill 63 Ledbury Road, London 4.3 949
e&o Pan Asian Restaurant Notting Hill 14 Blenheim Crescent, London 4.3 594
Mediterraneo Cucina Italiana 37 Kensington Park Road, London 4.3 462
The Walmer Castle Walmer Castle, 58 Ledbury Road, London 4.3 547
Granger and Co. Notting Hill 175 Westbourne Grove, London 4.3 2523
GAIL’s Bakery Notting Hill 138 Portobello Road, London 4.3 1429
Red Planet Pizza 167 Ladbroke Grove, London 4.3 87
Daylesford Organic 208-212 Westbourne Grove, London 4.3 713
The Castle 225 Portobello Road London Greater, London 4.3 1015
Cockney’s Pie & Mash Shop 314 Portobello Road, London 4.3 462
The Oak W2 137 Westbourne Park Road, London 4.3 573
Mike’s Cafe 12 Blenheim Crescent, London 4.3 788
Market Thai First Floor, Entrance is on, 240 Portobello Road, Lancaster Road, London 4.3 368

The range of gyms in Notting Hill

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

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Virgin Active 119-131 Lancaster Road, London 4.3 282
Westway Sports & Fitness Centre 1 Crowthorne Road, London 4.3 667
Westway Portobello Fitness Club 3-5 Thorpe Close, London 4.3 103
Westway Barbell Club 3-5 Thorpe Close, London 4.3 28
Kensington Leisure Centre Silchester Road, London 4.3 1066
Kensington pool 1 Silchester Road, London 4.3 6
Natural Moves 19, Acklam Workshops, 10 Acklam Road, London 4.3 3
Studio Carme Ladbroke Grove, London 4.3 1
Bodyism 222-224, Westbourne Grove, London 4.3 111
Strive London at Westway 1 Crowthorne Road, London 4.3 2
Sweaty Betty 40-40A Ledbury Road, London 4.3 9
Quantum Yoga Ltd. 123 Ladbroke Grove, London 4.3 1
Williams Elisa 29 Ladbroke Grove, London 4.3 N/A
Ten 20 Exmoor Street, London 4.3 N/A
Kensington Physio & Sports Medicine 11 Lambton Place, London 4.3 17
BodyWorksWest 11 Lambton Place, London 4.3 104
The Practice Centre 35 All Saints Road, London 4.3 15
Faustomaria’s Innergy Yoga Hatha Yoga – Mindfulness – Pranayama Classes @ Yogaloftlondon.com, 156 Portobello Road, London 4.3 1
Amy Olivia Bell Yoga Teacher 13a Cornwall Crescent, London 4.3 N/A
Cure 1b Kensington Park Mews, London 4.3 27

What supermarkets are there?

Grocery shopping is something that people do all the time, so it would make sense to want to find out where the nearest shopping centres are in your area. In Notting Hill, Take a look at the major supermarkets nearby, so you know where to go grocery shopping if you are to make this place your home.

Supermarket/Grocery store name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
M&S Simply Food Unit 21, 90 Southwark Street, London 4.2 437
Sainsbury’s Local 116-126 Borough High Street, London 3.5 67
M&S Simply Food Unit C, The More Bridge, More London Place, London 4.2 404
Londis London Bridge 53 Borough High Street, London 2 43
Londis 77-79 Union Street, London 3.7 54
Bermondsey Street Off Licence 107 Bermondsey Street, London 4.8 29
Tesco Express 127-143 Borough High Street, London 3 63
Tesco Express 34 Long Lane, Tabard Street, London 3.7 63
Sainsbury’s Local 171 Long Lane, London 3.9 58
Tesco Express 125 Tooley Street, London 3.8 216
Sainsbury’s Local 58 Great Dover Street, London 3.4 57
Little Waitrose & Partners 41-46 King William Street, London 4.2 300
Tesco Express 67-69 Tower Bridge Road, London 3.5 56
Sainsbury’s Local 13-14 Bermondsey Square, London 3.7 107
Ronnie’s Supermarket 116-118 Tanner Street, London 3.2 22
Tesco Express 6 Eastcheap, London 3.5 115
Sainsbury’s Local 89 Cannon Street, London 3.5 27
London Bridge Supermarket Bridge House, 134 Tooley Street, London 2.3 28
Tesco Express 44-46 Borough Road, London 3.1 54
Tesco Express 15 Great Suffolk Street, London 3.5 43

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 Notting Hill we definitely recommend that you check for galleries, museums and other cultural institutions. They provide a great source of enjoyment over the weekends.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Museum of Brands 111-117 Lancaster Road, London 4.4 1498
Piano Nobile 96 and 129 Portland Road, London 4.7 17
Notting Hill 130-76, 128A Lancaster Road, London 4.7 73
Outside In Pathways Ltd 35d Bassett Road, London N/A N/A
The Cosmic House 19 Lansdowne Walk, London 5 30

What areas are nearby?

If you are not completely sure that you want to move the area check out our other guides about cities in the nearby vicinity

Neighbourhood name Link to our guide
West Kensington See the guide here
Earl’s Court See the guide here
Hammersmith 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
Hyde Park See the guide here
White City See the guide here
East Acton See the guide here
Bayswater See the guide here
Old Oak Common See the guide here
Sarratt See the guide here
Little Venice See the guide here
Northaw See the guide here
Lisson Grove See the guide here
Maida Vale See the guide here
St John’s Wood See the guide here
Kensal Green See the guide here
Queen’s Park See the guide here
Harlesden See the guide here
Kilburn See the guide here
Brondesbury See the guide here
West Kensington See the guide here
Earl’s Court See the guide here
Hammersmith 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
Hyde Park See the guide here
White City See the guide here
East Acton See the guide here
Bayswater See the guide here
Old Oak Common See the guide here
Sarratt See the guide here
Little Venice See the guide here
Northaw See the guide here
Lisson Grove See the guide here
Maida Vale See the guide here
St John’s Wood See the guide here

Looking for a detailed analysis of the property market? Check out our analysis at a postcode level here.

Postcode area Link to our property price guide
W2 See our property price guide for W2
W11 See our property price guide for W11

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