Clerkenwell

Your neighbourhood guide

Welcome to Clerkenwell

London, United Kingdom

Clerkenwell is the perfect neighbourhood for foodies (with some cash to spare!). It's home to a huge concentration of architects, Michelin starred restaurants and the main campus of City University. This east-central London neighbourhood, just north west of the the capital's traditional centre, is ridiculously close to all the city's culture, nightlife and facilities.

Housing in Clerkenwell is highly expensive. It was famous for the beginning of 'loft living' in the capital as many old factories were converted into flats. Many properties rent for as much as £300-400 per week, some student rents can be found for under that, with prices around £180-200 per week possible in either private accommodation and university halls.

Living in Clerkenwell is of course extremely convenient for anyone studying at City University, but it is also within a short tube trip or a walk from UCL, The University of London, Kings College and LSE. It is connected to the wider city by Barbican Station (Circle/Hammersmith & City/Metropolitan) and Farringdon Station (Thameslink).

The neighbours

Hip young couples and bachelors, wealthier than most, who enjoy really good food and end Fridays early for a pint at the nearest pub.

You'll fall in love with

The pubs and restaurants. Places like The Wilmington, Union Tavern or St John provide an excellent if high-end dining experience.

Interesting points

The gastopubs, like The Well, The Gunmakers, The Eagle or The Green, to get stuck into.

The lifestyle

Hip, young and slightly exclusive, Clerkenwell is excellent for foodies or anyone looking for convenience combined with a good time. They'll just be a large price tag attached.

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