Once viewed as an ordinary neighbourhood “for the ordinary man,” Clapham has steadily been transforming since the 1980s. This southwest London locale is now known for its cultural contributions that overseas transplants and young graduates call Clapham home. Although it’s well-suited for commuters, Clapham is becoming a destination of its own as the neighborhood’s cafes, pubs, and wine bars attract an easygoing crowd that appreciates its no-fuss atmosphere.

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Euro Lodge Hotel Clapham

Euro Lodge Hotel Clapham

Overlooking Clapham Common the Euro Lodge in Clapham promises a peaceful and relaxed stay, and is a perfect stepping stone to discovering the capital, past and present.

The location is an unhurried alternative to central London, but with direct public transport links only 15 minutes to Oxford Circus and Leicester Square. Its comfortably furnished rooms and friendly service provide the guest leisure traveller or businessman true value-for-money hospitality.

Euro Lodge Hotel Clapham

The Windmill

You can be absolutely sure that your room at the Windmill will be an oasis of calm to help you enjoy a good night’s sleep. The hotel is situated in the centre of Clapham Common in 200 acres of green space abound with native flora and fauna and just a stone’s throw from Clapham Common tube station so it couldn’t be easier to get to or from the West End/City or Surrey.

The Windmill has 42 en-suite rooms and provides parking, free Wi-Fi, sky TV and has a relaxed traditional English Pub downstairs serving Real Ale and traditional English Food.

The Windmill Hotel and Pub