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Nearby Attractions


Crystal Palace FC at Selhurst Park

Selhurst Park is the home of Premier league football club Crystal Palace FC. It's in the south London suburb of South Norwood near Croydon. The stadium opened in 1924 and with a capacity has a capacity of 26,000, but the atmosphere created by Crystal Palace fans can make it feel a lot busier - dressed in the club's distinctive red and blue strip, they bring a huge amount of colour and passion to home matches.

Book early and you can get to see a premiership match between some of the best teams in the UK.

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The Fairfield Halls and Ashcroft Theatre

Having undergone a £42m renovation over the last 3 years, Fairfield Halls has once again opened it's doors to an adoring public. 

With theatres, concert halls, community space and lots more besides it's a real boon to the area and well worth a visit. Check out the listings section of their website and see if there is something to interest you while you visit the area. 

The shows and concerts are world class and our guests are increasingly booking tickets far in advance. 


We are very well connected

East Croydon Station is a busy transport hub. Trains run 24/7 into Central London and London Gatwick Airport. 

London Victoria Station - 15 mins

London Bridge Station - 20 mins 

London St. Pancras,  home of the Eurostar - 30 mins

There is also a large terminal for both bus and tram.


Lots of Local shops and supermarkets

There are many shops and supermarkets within easy walking distance of our apartments and studios. 

Co-op, Tesco express and Spar are all within a few minutes walk and are open until 10pm everyday. 

You are always able to stock up on food and other essential items. 



Now open next to East Croydon Station is the amazing new dining and entertainment concept: BOXPARK.

It’s the world’s first pop-up food mall – fusing the concepts of the modern street food market and placing local and global brands side by side, to create a unique dining and entertainment destination entirely constructed out of refitted shipping containers. 

There is something for everyone here so you are bound to find your favourite cuisine or even discover something new!


Whitgift and Central shopping centre

Croydon's landmark shopping centre. A great mix of high street stores and independent shops which bring you a wide choice of goods to choose from. Soon to be demolished and replaced with a Westfield shopping center. Well worth a visit if you are planning on a shopping trip.

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The Oval Tavern

One of Croydon's premier Live Music pubs and just a ten minute walk away - there seems to be something going on every night so check their website for latest listings. Food is great with a vegetarian bias and the real ale is excellent. In the summer their walled garden is an experience in itself. 

Sunday lunch is served with live Jazz!


The Builders Arms

A great public house in the 'local pub' tradition and like a true local, it's just around the corner. 

Serving a fine selection of Fullers ales and with a good menu of tasty food this is a great place for dinner or just a beer.

There is a wonderful beer garden to the rear and in the summer it's a real sun trap.

In the winter there is a welcoming real fire to keep you warm and cosy


South End Restaurant Quarter

Offering something to suit every taste, it is only natural that South End should have been officially recognised as Croydon’s Restaurant Quarter.

An outstanding range of eating options includes two Michelin-rated restaurants and cuisine from around the globe, served up by chefs with an incredible passion for good food.

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Thanh's Bistro

"A tiny elegant friendly restaurant in a most unexpected location. The food is authentic and delicious and we were helped with our choices by the owner who made suggestions that proved to be a delicious combination. We loved the food and the prices are more than reasonable for the quality and taste" A hidden gem!

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Lloyd's Park

A typical example of one of London's great open spaces, Lloyds park is 114 acres of woodland, grassland, playing fields and a mixture of activities for all the family. 

Well maintained and often having events and community activities it's a great place to visit if you want to stretch your legs. 

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