All you need to know about Kilburn, London

Northwest London's Kilburn district once went by the name "Music Mile" due to the abundance of live music venues and pubs there. Given that it has the greatest Irish population in London, it has become another centre for the city's tremendously diverse and multi-cultural communities. Serviced apartments in Kilburn accommodate visitors to the Irish community events, bars, and St. Patrick's Day celebrations that are popular in the district.

The Kiln Theatre, formally the Tricycle Community Theatre, is a fantastic site to visit if you're interested in the arts. If you're looking for some greenery, Queen's Park and Hampstead Heath are nearby. Hampstead Heath has 791 acres of woodland, recreational areas, grassy meadows, and swimming ponds that are ideal for a refreshing swim on hot summer days. From your Kilburn serviced apartment, it's easy to get across this area thanks to the good transportation links. Trains from the London Overground and Underground stop in this area at Kilburn Park, Brondesbury, and Kilburn High Road stations. Hint: contrary to what its name suggests, the Kilburn tube station is located in Brondesbury Park rather than Kilburn.

When booking a serviced apartment in Kilburn, you have the choice of preparing meals in the fully equipped kitchen or dining in one of the neighbourhood’s top restaurants. One of these popular restaurants is Carmel. With a concentration on live-fire cooking and wood roasting, it is a laid-back all-day restaurant and bar in the centre of Queen's Park that draws influence from the cuisines of the Eastern Mediterranean. Anjanaas, an Indian restaurant, and Cocotte, a farm-to-table rotisserie, are both excellent choices for dinner, especially when dining with family, colleagues, or business associates.

Map of Kilburn

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