Will you love Somers Town? Our local guide

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London from above

Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ Somers Town is an inner-city district in North West London. It has been strongly influenced by the three mainline north London railway termini: Euston (1838), St Pancras (1868) and King’s Cross (1852), together with the Midland Railway Somers Town Goods Depot (1887) next to St Pancras, where the British Library now stands. It was named after Charles Cocks, 1st Baron Somers (1725–1806). The area was originally granted by William III to John Somers (1651–1716), Lord Chancellor and Baron Somers of Evesham. “

In Somers Town, what are some things we love?

What makes the heart of Somers Town? 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 Somers Town to help you decide to move in there.

Museums & Galleries in the region

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 Somers Town 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
Grant Museum of Zoology Rockefeller Building, 21 University Street, London 4.8 831
The Magic Circle Centre for the Magic Arts, 12 Stephenson Way, London 4.8 343
Wellcome Collection 183 Euston Road, London 4.5 1059
Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology Malet Place, London 4.7 493
Wellcome Library 183 Euston Road, London 4.5 85
UCL Art Museum 23-25 Gower Street, London 4.3 47
Foundling Museum 40 Brunswick Square, London 4.4 877
London Canal Museum 12/13 New Wharf Road, London 4.5 259
People’s Museum Somers Town 52 Phoenix Road, London 5 33
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery 130 Euston Road, London 5 2
V21 Artspace Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London N/A N/A
Maichel Toy Store 218 Eversholt Street, London N/A N/A
UCL Ethnography Collection Taviton Street, London N/A N/A
Дверь 187 North Gower Street, London N/A N/A
Picromenis 163 Drummond Street, London N/A N/A
UCL Octagon Gallery Old Refectory, Gower Street, London N/A N/A
QUEER BRITAIN 2 Granary Square, London 4.8 196
n.b. Tarporley Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N/A N/A
موزه جانورشناسی گرانت 21 University Street, London N/A N/A
New Gallery of Digital Art 24 Britannia Street, London N/A N/A

Green space in the city of Somers Town

One of London’s greatest features are the large green spaces that cover the surface of the city. Check below if Somers Town 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
Argyle Square Public Basketball Court 9 Argyle Square, London 4.1 60
Camley Street Natural Park, London Wildlife Trust 12 Camley Street, London 4.6 489
Green Spaces for People 305 Grays Inn Road, London N/A N/A
Handyside Gardens York Way, London 4.4 83
Lewis Cubitt Park Lewis Cubitt Park, Handyside Street, London 4.3 420
Euston Square Gardens 11 Euston Square, London 3.8 477
Tavistock Square Gardens 7 Tavistock Square, London 4.4 514
WonderHedge – Semiramis Limited 4 Cromer Street, London 1 1
Argyle Square London 3.7 32
Francis Crick Garden Ossulston Street, London N/A N/A
Story Garden Story Garden, Ossulston Street, London 4.8 32
Junbright Ltd 51 Chalton Street, London 1 2
Olympic Ring Park Camley Street, London 3.7 3
Goldington Crescent Gardens 8 Goldington Crescent, London 4.5 4
Oakley Square Gardens London 4 64
Saint Pancras Gardens Camley Street, London 4.5 533
Starcross Yard Temporary Open Space Starcross Street, London N/A N/A
Harrington Square Gardens London N/A N/A
Cartwright Gardens Cartwright Gardens, London 4.4 43
Harrington House Garden Stanhope Street, London 5 1

Are there any good pubs in Somers Town?

Being Londoners ourselves, at Cozee, we hold a strong bond with our regular visits to the local pub every week. Why should your experience be any different in your new home? That’s why we’ve thoroughly tested and reviewed all the pubs in Somers Town. While we didn’t get the chance to personally visit each one, we certainly wish we could have. Here’s the curated list of the finest pubs in Somers Town.

Pub name Name Address Description
Albert 11 Princess Road London NW1 8JR Oct 2020 – can confirm that it opened officially by Andrew Marr. 3 real Ales on handpump tonight, London Pride, Hophead, and Jaipur. A license has been granted to Sam Moss of Leeds Brewery and the pub is planned to re-open in the summer of 2019. See https://www.hamhigh.co.uk/news/new-landlord-says-he-s-excited-about-reopening-historic-pub-1-6028779 NOTE – closed end Sept, all the bar fittings were intact, the flats upstairs are now on the market. Simple traditional pub, a troupe of Morris Men were in residence on one visit, built in 1850, the five bar layout can still be made out, but the one-bar works well. There is a large beer garden – very popular in summer – stocked with a range of flowers and plenty of seating and is heated. The pub interior is simple/rudimentary with solid wooden chairs and tables. There is no music played in the pub, there were also no speakers evident. Pub quiz on Tuesdays. Despite a good menu, food is served from an extensive gastro-style menu including vegetarian options, still first and foremost a beer pub. Weston’s Traditional Scrumpy served. Chalk Farm tube is around 10-15 mins walk. Sold to Springcroft Constructions, who will seek permission to add residential accommodation while stating their intention to keep the pub open.
Allsop Arms 137 Gloucester Place London NW1 5AL A modernised one-bar pub with plenty of seating and a dining area at one end. Cricket prints acknowledge the proximity of Thomas Lord’s first ground in Dorset Square, next door, and the current incarnation a few bus-stops away. The wide food menu includes pubs classics, sharing plates, and Sunday roasts.
BrewDog Camden 113 Bayham Street London NW1 0AG This pub which had been closed for nearly two years has reopened as the BrewDog Camden . It’s a modern industrial bar selling 17 “craft ales” mostly from the BrewDog brewery with guest ales from Denmark and the US . BrewDog brewery is in Ellon, Aberdeenshire and was originally at Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire. The original pub, however, is in Aberdeen itself. There are more than 100 bottled beers from all over the world . Burgers and Pizzas are sold for those who want to eat. Nearest tube – Camden Town. Since July 2016 there has been one real ale on offer, Live Dead Pony Club, with secondary fermentation in KeyKegs.
Bucks Head 202 Camden High Street London NW1 8QR Situated in the heart of Camden Town, right next to the Buck Street Market. Former Truman’s corner pub, modernised c.2006. At weekends, DJ’s take over the bar.
Camden Eye 2 Kentish Town Road London NW1 9NX Following a pub visit in Nov 2023 – just the one cask beer available. Laine Bestit was the beer available. An earlier vistor had found no cask at all so pleased to report one is still available.
Camden Road Arms 102-106 Camden Road London NW1 9EA Formerly called the Eagle, which also served as Rosie O’Grady’s and the Mac Bar, in 2006 it became the first of the Grand Union “burgers & cocktails” chain. In 2017 that chain was acquired by the Draft House group who reopened it as one of their eponymous pubs with three handpumps. In 2018 Draft House were then acquired by Brewdog and in 2021 its name changed again. Brewdog rebranded all Draft House bars in April 2021 and the pub is now called The Camden Road Arms.
Captain Flinders 34-38 Eversholt Street London NW1 1DA A new Spoons pub scheduled to open in Jan 2024.
Chapel 48 Chapel Street London NW1 5DP This triangular pub dominates the corner of Chapel Street and Old Marylebone Road with the original name of Pontefract Castle still visible on the Chapel Street side. The front of the pub is set around an elongated bar opposite large windows overlooked by hanging baskets. There is also a semi separate back seating area with a skylight and a large mirror above a wooden gas effect fire. Now very much a gastro-pub; details of their menus and food serving times can be found on their website. The freehold was bought by the owner/operator in 2008. As at early 2020 proposals were put forward to develop this site into a new public house at ground-floor and basement levels, with a 44-bed hotel and retail space. Westminster Council planning applications sub-committee report dated 8 Feb 2022, refers.
Colonel Fawcett 1 Randolph Street London NW1 0SS Building dates from 1843. Site of one of the last fatal duels in England in 1873: the victim, Col Fawcett, is said to appear as a ghost. The pub’s website has a nice section on this. Pre Covid three pumps were in use, including a regular from Hammerton but in a visit on 31/10/23 just the one cask beer was available.
Crown & Anchor 137 Drummond Street London NW1 2HL May 2023 – Currently has Harvey’s Sussex, Wye Valley Butty Bach, Birmingham Pale Brummie, Adnams Secret Spring & Allendale Golden Plover. The Secret Springs is an Adnams/Siren collaboration!
Devonshire Arms 33 Kentish Town Road London NW1 8NL Mock Tudor Style pub.This former goth pub now caters for all music types Goth, Punk, Metal, indie and Rock. In 2014 there was a return to real ale after a period of 8 to 10 yrs absence. Renamed as the “Hobgoblin” in c2008 and as the “Devonshire Arms” in c2013, though it’s always had the “Devonshire Arms” signage hanging and most people refer to it as the “Dev”. The pub was bought by Tom Maloney from Enterprise around 2012 and he describes it as an alternative rock venue. The Maloney family also operate the nearby Oxford Arms.
Doric Arch Euston Station Colonnade, 1 Eversholt Street London NW1 2DN The pub no longer has a full food offering – food is still available, but it’s a small selection of three toasties and three pies . Guests have recently been seen from Verdant and Siren. Very likely to be closed on railway strike days.
Dublin Castle 94 Parkway London NW1 7AN Victorian pub, ex-Watneys, a long-time music venue with an Irish flavour. Primarily a music venue with a door charge in the evenings (although this can just be the back room where the band plays), it operates as an ordinary pub during the daytime. Free Table Tennis Now available 12-5.30pm Mon-Fri, just enquire at the bar.
Earl Of Camden 55 Parkway London NW1 7PN Opened in 1998 as one of Whitbread’s Hogshead chain, it occupies a corner site that was formerly a commercial building. Hogsheads specialised in a large range of real ales and numbers then fell. In Nov 2018 it re-opened after a refurbishment with 6 handpumps and now 4. They hold something called “Real Ale Monday’s” but we are not sure what this entails?
Edinboro Castle 57 Mornington Terrace London NW1 7RU This is a wonderfully situated pub, with a large garden and terrace (fairy lights and heating) next to the main Euston rail line, close to Camden High St and Regent’s Park. It has one large room, sub-divided into sections, typical North London eclectic with the various drinking/seating areas wrapped around the single bar in a way that creates clearly separate areas.
Elephants Head 222-224 Camden High Street London NW1 8QR The pub’s leae is on the market
Engineer 65 Gloucester Avenue London NW1 8JH In 2011 Mitchells and Butlers controversially ended the lease held for 17 years by Abigail Osborne and Tamsin Olivier, who had run it as an early gastropub. Now a managed outlet, it has not changed much since but if anything is more pubby. The right-hand side is the bar. There are dining rooms on the left and upstairs, called the Brunel Bar and the Engine Room because of a historic connection with the great engineer. The bar has stripped wood and big clear windows. There is a nice, large for the area, garden at the back with heaters and separate eating and drinking areas.
Euston Flyer 83-87 Euston Road London NW1 2RA The premises were converted from a sewing machine shop in about 1995. The front of the pub has French windows which can be opened in suitable weather. There is a large single room at several levels, including a gallery which can be used for parties, with the bar along the side wall. Decorations are in the semi-traditional style, with a wooden floor at entry level and carpeted podia. There are a number of clocks, mirrors, small black and white photos and oversize lamps. The pub has piped music and two projection TVs, and caters for office and passing trade, with some emphasis on food (standard Fuller’s menu), but no area reserved for eating only. There is a standard Fuller’s wine list, and bottled Belgian and German beers from AbInBev. Food served 10.00 (starting with breakfast) – 21.00 daily. There is no outside drinking area, and the pub is on a busy main road, opposite the new British Library. King’s Cross and St Pancras International stations are within 400 m, Euston is not much further away.
Euston Tap West & East Lodges, 190 Euston Road London NW1 2EF Occupying the stunning Grade II listed West & East Lodges in Euston Square, this “craft beer house” is brought to London by the same team running the well regarded Sheffield Tap. For a while the East Lodge operated purely as a cider house but was then converted into a cocktail bar. But it changed again (see below) but as of the end of April 2023 it changes again – “For how long I don’t know. But it has reopened as the Cider Tap I asked the guys at the Euston Tap and they can only say for as long as it lasts.”
Exmouth Arms 1 Starcross Street London NW1 2HR This is a pleasant, airy corner pub with large picture windows and comfortable seating (booths by the windows, high tables and benches) around a large L-shaped bar fronted by mosaic tiles with an open food servery, offering burgers and diner tapas from Burger Craft. Four changing ales including some from London Breweries at last survey. There is also a large selection of keg beers on tap – eight of which seven were from London’s breweries.
Globe 43-47 Marylebone Road London NW1 5JY The Globe Tavern was built in 1735 at the time of the building of the Marylebone Road and adjoining Nash terraces. The first ever omnibus service from Holborn stopped here, also the world’s first underground railway – the Metropolitan – was constructed under the road a few feet from the pub. This is now a large, very busy and well established pub directly opposite Baker Street station with an outdoor seating area and large upstairs bar/restaurant. Alcohol sale is licensed from 10am and food is served all and every day from an extensive menu until around 21.00. Popular with tourists. The ghost of William Thornton the publican in 1836 is said to still walk the cellar, following his murder on the premises. Likely to be London brewed beers on offer.
Globe 47 Lisson Grove London NW1 6UB A three-minute walk from Marylebone railway station, this is a traditional, street-corner locals’ pub. The Globe features 13 draught beer lines and 2 cask ale pumps. There are rotating beers from Hammerton brewery, Gravity Wells, La Chouffe, Umbrella, Guinness, Redemption, Iron Pier, and Verdant. There are also various tap takeovers planned.
Golden Lion 88 Royal College Street London NW1 0TH A lovely and popular community pub. Saved from closure in 2013, the licensee and the local community, supported by Camden Council, waged a long campaign to prevent its conversion into flats. This came to its final and excellent conclusion with the sitting tenant buying the pub which he now leases out. Has lovely, tasteful decor complimenting its historical features, mainly its mirrored back bar. A real “back street community boozer”.
Greene Man 383 Euston Road London NW1 3AU A large, spacious pub with an extensive range of pub-standard fare (pastas, steaks, burgers) on sale until one hour before closing. There is a downstairs bar available for hire.
Hawley Arms 2 Castlehaven Road London NW1 8QU Large singe bar pub with eccentric, attractive interior which can get very busy. The high ceiling with ceiling fans, tall gilt mirrors and long windows to the street give a feel as if going back in time. Bare floorboards, sofas and newspapers add to the atmosphere. Food is available.
Ice Wharf 28 Jamestown Road London NW1 7BY Opened as a Lloyds No 1 bar in 2002, alongside Camden Lock on the south side opposite the main market, which can be accessed by the (made famous by TV) bridge; you can also enter either from Camden High St via a footpath next to the lock keeper cottage (now a Starbucks! but also housing a small lock museum) or from Jamestown Rd.
Lansdowne 90 Gloucester Avenue London NW1 8HX Very much a gastropub, the focus being first on food, then wine then real ale but ales are still a feature here. A former Charrington pub made clear by the impressive tiled exterior which can be hidden by a large canopy shielding the huge picture windows from the sun. Decor is simple boards, wooden tables and chairs with white walls, brightened up with cut flowers and interesting artwork. There is a small outside drinking area and in the evenings the lighting is subdued. Quiz night every Monday from 8pm in the Dining Room. Operated by Handmade Pubs until Sept 2017 when Handmade was acquired by Glendola Leisure.
Lord Stanley 51 Camden Park Road London NW1 9BH Tile-fronted 1920s corner pub refurbished in early 2004 as a single room with an island which holds the bar and an open kitchen. The old Taylor Walker sign outside still survives. Operated by Stanley Pubs who run five other pubs in North London. On a visit on 31/10/23 only one cask beer on but pumpclips showed various others coming soon – we do not know how many may be on at any one time. The beer on sale was from Butcombe.
Lyttelton Arms 1 Camden High Street London NW1 7JE Early Oct 2023 – 2 beers back on again – this is proving to be a topsy turvey pub for cask beer availability!!!
Metropolitan Bar 7 Station Approach, Marylebone Road London NW1 5LA Ths pub’s entrance is between two exits from Baker Street tube station, and thereafter has a cinema-style flight of stairs leading to a foyer area with seating. A second flight leads you into the cavernous main bar. Look out for the tableaux on the climb up detailing local history and personalities, including Madame Tussauds, which is close by. The bar area is broken up by pillars and dates from 1911. It was once dining rooms open to the public named the Chiltern Court Restaurant before becoming the London Transport Recruitment Centre. Chiltern Court is the mansion block over the station and was commissioned by the Metropolitan Railway; the restaurant was used by John Betjeman in his nostalgic 1973 Metro-Land film. Baker Street station was part of the first underground railway in the world and opened in 1865. The high ceilings in the bar have heraldic crests that reflect the transport links, as they are all of railway companies. A major refurbishment in 2017 substantially improved the overall ambience. Note that retail alcohol sale is licensed from 9am and not before.

Where can you buy groceries in the area

Out of all the other services in Somers Town, supermarkets are arguably some of the most important. Take a look at the table below that tells you where the nearest supermarkets are so you can do your shppping conveniently. It would be a shame to move somewhere new and not realise some of your favourite stores aren’t nearby in Somers Town.

Supermarket/Grocery store name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Sainsbury’s 99 Wilton Road, London 4.2 3617
The Savanna Victoria 61, Victoria Station, London 4.3 129
Tesco Express 18-28 Warwick Way, London 3.4 134
Sainsbury’s Local 115 Buckingham Palace Road, London 3.3 116
M&S Simply Food Mainline Station, Victoria Street, London 3.6 158
Sainsbury’s Local 10 Rochester Row, London 3.7 59
Sainsbury’s Local 14 – 20 Elizabeth Street, London 3.4 57
Marks and Spencer Cardinal Place, 726-732 Victoria Street, London 4.1 1162
Sainsbury’s Local 1 Gatliff Road, London 3.8 62
Little Waitrose & Partners 62 Victoria Street, London 3.9 334
Waitrose & Partners Bressenden Place, London 4.3 470
Sainsbury’s Local 78-98 Marsham Street, London 3.5 115
Tesco Express 2 Monck Street, London 3.9 74
Costcutter Lesley Court, Strutton Ground, London 3.9 18
Tesco Express 89-95 Lupus Street, Pimlico, London 2.5 162
Waitrose & Partners 1 New Union Square, London 3.9 54
Friends Supermarket 82 Lupus Street, London 3.7 15
AL HALAL SUPER MARKET 42 Tachbrook Street, London 5 1
Little Waitrose & Partners 19-21 Warwick Way, London 4.2 332
Choi 22 Upper Tachbrook Street, London 4.5 178

What kind of restaurants are there?

Somers Town is able to produce a large amount of different cuisines if you are looking. Take a look at the table below to find the most popular places to eat if you are a resident of Somers Town.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Premier Inn London Euston hotel 1 Duke’s Road, London 4.3 2209
Premier Inn London Kings Cross hotel 26-30 York Way, London 4.3 2366
The Wesley 81-103 Euston Street, London 4.3 1574
Holiday Inn London – Bloomsbury, an IHG Hotel Coram Street, London 4.3 2765
Kings Cross Inn Hotel 9-11 Euston Road, London 4.3 1609
Premier Inn London St Pancras hotel 88 Euston Road, London 4.3 2256
The British Library 96 Euston Road, London 4.3 2656
Royal National Hotel 38-51 Bedford Way, London 4.3 13178
Camino King’s Cross 290 – 292 Pentonville Road, London 4.3 2998
Tavistock Hotel 48-55 Tavistock Square, London 4.3 3236
Central Station 37 Wharfdale Road, London 4.3 149
The Blues Kitchen 111-113 Camden High Street, London 4.3 5916
Rotunda Bar and Restaurant 90 York Way, London 4.3 1028
Mestizo Mexican Restaurant 103 Hampstead Road, London 4.3 3665
The Somers Town Coffee House 60 Chalton Street, London 4.3 1773
Norfolk Arms 28 Leigh Street, London 4.3 668
Big Chill King’s Cross 257-259, Pentonville Road, London 4.3 2410
Number Twelve 12 Upper Woburn Place, London 4.3 281
The Doric Arch, Euston 1 Eversholt Street, Euston Square, London 4.3 1358
North Sea Fish Restaurant 7-8 Leigh Street, London 4.3 1813

The range of gyms in Somers Town

In Somers Town, using the public parks is not for everyone. Finding out if you are able to attend a local gym or leisure centre nearby may be a good idea if you are trying to move to the area perhaps for permanent residency.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Bloomsbury Fitness 3rd floor, 15 Gordon Street, London 4.3 131
Fitness First 179A Tottenham Court Road, London 4.3 656
Anytime Fitness King’s Cross Unit 2, Nido Building, 200 Pentonville Road, London 4.3 168
Self Defence Central London 134 Chalton Street, London 4.3 21
Fujian White Crane Kung Fu & Tai Chi – Camden & London West Central 17 Duke’s Road, London 4.3 N/A
nimosfitness London 4.3 N/A
Pancras Square Leisure 5 Pancras Square, London 4.3 559
Yoga at Helios 116 Judd Street, London 4.3 N/A
Metabolic London Greater London House, Hampstead Road, London 4.3 63
MoreYoga CAMDEN BRANCH, 2 Bayham Street, London 4.3 171
Central YMCA at KX 120 Cromer Street, London 4.3 19
RebelStudio. 100-102 Cromer Street, London 4.3 67
F45 Camden 39 Plender Street Basement, Centro 1, London 4.3 244
CA Medical 285 Grays Inn Road, London 4.3 26
Ringtone Boxing Gym 141-153 Drummond Street, London 4.3 66
StyleTDamasceno Mornington Crescent, London 4.3 N/A
FRAME Kings Cross ArtHouse, Unit 1 York Way, London 4.3 142
The Gym Group London Bloomsbury Coram Street, London 4.3 595
Action Pilates For Every Body 81, Paramount Court, London 4.3 N/A
Richard Brook – Wellness Expert: Acupuncture, Wellness Coaching, Yoga The Albany Club, Little Albany Street, London 4.3 6

What type of amenities may you need in Somers Town?

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

Are there many post offices in the region of Somers Town?

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 Somers Town 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
Crowndale Road Post Office 18- 22 Crowndale Road, London 3 38
MYIPB 56 Tavistock Place, London 3.5 11
Royal Mail Parcel Postbox 1 Barnby Street, London 0 0
Royal Mail Postbox London 4.5 4
Marchmont Street Post Office & General Store 33 Marchmont Street, London 3 186
Hampstead Road Post Office 25 Tolmer’s Square, London 2.4 45
Euston Food & Wine and Post Office 25 Tolmer’s Square, London 1.9 36
Royal Mail Group 328 Grays Inn Road, London 3.6 7
Robert Street Post Office 46 Clarence Gardens, London 3.9 7
York Way Post Office 134-136 York Way, London 3.9 14
Post box 48 Grafton Way, London 0 0

Hospitals, pharmacies and doctors in the area of Somers Town

Somers Town 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
University College Hospital 235 Euston Road, London 3.7 1122
Obstetric Hospital 74 Huntley Street, London N/A N/A
Mortimer Market Centre (including the Margaret Pyke Centre) Capper Street, London 4 187
Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital 47-49 Huntley Street, London 3.5 110
Hunter Street Health Centre 8 Hunter Street, London 2.8 51
NHS St Pancras Hospital 4 Saint Pancras Way Inpatient Unit, South Wing, Pancras Road, London 3.2 58
MedicSpot Clinic Euston 62-64 Hampstead Road, London 5 1
UCLH Clinical Microbiology and Virology Department 1st floor, 307 Euston Road, London 5 1
UCH 62 Huntley Street, London 4.3 6
Thrive Medical 26 Mornington Terrace, London N/A N/A
Freedoms Shop Mortimer Market Centre, Capper Street, London 5 3
University College Hospital : Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Wing 25 Grafton Way, London 3.6 101
Nuffield hearing centre 45 Swinton Street, London N/A N/A
Somers Town Medical Centre 77-83 Chalton Street, London 3 115
AcuMedic Clinic 103-105 Camden High Street, London 4.4 81
DocTap Private GP 1st Floor, 20 Flaxman Terrace, London 4 33
Crowdale Heath Centre Crowndale Road, London N/A N/A
Hunter Street Health Centre FIRST FLOOR, LAFFAN WARD, HUNTLEY HEALTH CENTER, 4 Saint Pancras Way, London N/A N/A
St Pancras Diabetic Centre 4 Saint Pancras Way, London N/A N/A
Oriel Project Supplies Department, 4 Saint Pancras Way, London N/A N/A

Tube & Train stations within the region of Somers Town

We assembled the train and tube stations of Somers Town 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
St Pancras International Euston Road, London 4.4 3881
Euston Euston Road, London 4 2720
King’s Cross Euston Road, London 4.4 2784
King’s Cross St. Pancras 9AL Underground Ltd, St. Pancras, N 1, Euston Road, London 4.4 936
Mornington Crescent Underground Ltd, Mornington Crescent Station, Eversholt Street, London 4.1 97
Euston Square Underground Ltd, Euston Road, London 4 102
Warren Street London 4.2 211
Euston Underground Ltd, Eversholt Street, London 4.1 110

In Somers Town, what schools are nearby?

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

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society 20 Bedford Way, London 4.4 96
Chartered Institute Of Housing Headland House, Grays Inn Road, London N/A N/A
Oakdale College Ltd Susan Lawrence Hostel, 170 King’s Cross Road, London N/A N/A
Edith Neville Primary School 85 Polygon Road, London 4 4
Thomas Coram Centre 49 Mecklenburgh Square, London 5 2
Fujian White Crane Kung Fu & Tai Chi – Camden & London West Central 17 Duke’s Road, London N/A N/A
Lucy Phillips Coaching 164 Eversholt Street, London N/A N/A
Association of Business Schools 137 Euston Road, London N/A N/A
Mindfulness London Hamilton House, 4 Mabledon Place, London N/A N/A
UCL Laws Denys Holland Lecture Theatre Bentham House, Endsleigh Gardens, London N/A N/A
Camden Music Service Crowndale Centre, The, 218 Eversholt Street, London 5 2
NEDonBoard 34b York Way, London 5 12
BAYO TheVocalCoach 10, Camden Studios, Camden Street, London 4.9 128
Leo Wing Chun Chinese Kung Fu 9 Tavistock Place, London 5 68
UCL Main Campus Gower Street, London 5 21
King’s Cross Academy 4 Wollstonecraft Street, London 4.3 6
UCL Day Nursery 51 Gordon Square, London 5 2
Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children 4 Wollstonecraft Street, London 4.1 14
Foster Court Gower Street, London N/A N/A
ピアノレッスン | ロンドンピアノスタジオ O’Donnell Court, 162 Brunswick Centre, London N/A N/A

What kind of things are there to do in the city of Somers Town?

There’s always something going on in a vibrant area like Somers Town. For ideas on activities, check Timeout which updates weekly on local events. We’re including a link to their Somers Town listings to help you easily find stuff happening soon. A great way to get oriented in a new area is seeing what’s around and where. Our map gathers property price details and other info from this article to give you a snapshot of Somers Town offerings.

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Aldwych See the guide here
Soho (south east) See the guide here
Soho (north west) See the guide here
St Paul’s See the guide here
Hanover Square See the guide here
Brompton See the guide here
Soho Square See the guide here
Fetter Lane See the guide here
New Oxford Street See the guide here
St Bartholomew’s Hospital See the guide here
High Holborn See the guide here
Marylebone See the guide here
Barbican 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
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
Hoxton See the guide here
St John’s Wood 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
Primrose Hill See the guide here
Swiss Cottage See the guide here
Canonbury See the guide here
Chalk Farm See the guide here
Belsize Park See the guide here
Kentish Town See the guide here
Highbury Fields See the guide here
Gospel Oak See the guide here
Tufnell Park See the guide here
Holloway See the guide here
Dartmouth Park See the guide here
Buckingham Palace 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
Charing Cross See the guide here
Royal Academy 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
Chinatown See the guide here
Blackfriars See the guide here
Cannon Street See the guide here
Grosvenor Square See the guide here
Regent Street See the guide here

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