Zone 2 - Kilburn, London

Kilburn is a residential area of North West London on Jubilee and Overground Line.

Kilburn today is a busy and multicultural London district.

This neighborhood is highly equipped with all kinds of shops, small and large supermarkets, restaurants, pubs, take aways and other amenities. Indeed, our short stay flats in Kilburn are ideal for who is looking for a holiday home for more than 2 or 3 weeks because everything is handy. This location is characterized by the dynamic and main street Kilburn High Road, that it follows a part of the line of Roman route, and the Kilburn Grange Park, with tennis courts, a children's play area, and a large grassy area to sunbathe on.

Although Kilburn has been traditionally Irish for a long time, reflected in the pubs and musical scene. Some of this traditional Irish pubs are still open until now.  There is an excellent cinema and theater called 'The Tricycle', roughly in the middle of Kilburn with its own art gallery.

The transports are one of the strengths of this location because our short let flats here are few moments away from Kilburn and Kilburn Park Tube Station and two different Overground Lines. Kilburn and Kilburn Park tubes both run into central London every few minutes. Brondesbury and Kilburn High Road trains run every ten minutes across London and are usually quite reliable. Richmond and Clapham Junction are only 30 minutes away. Buses are very frequent. The majority run directly to the west end or north/northwest London. All modes of transport get very busy at rush hour.

From here, it is very easy to reach Central London and all the best touristic spots of the city.

The good points of Kilburn are that it is a vibrant area with plenty of pubs, good shopping facilities, and excellent transport links.

Contact our experts if you are looking for a holiday flat in Kilburn.

The transports are one of the strengths of this location because our short let flats here are few moments away from Kilburn and Kilburn Park Tube Station and two different Overground Lines. Kilburn and Kilburn Park tubes both run into central London every few minutes.

  • Kilburn Tube Station, zone 2, Jubilee line, 5 min. walk
  • Brondesbury Overground Station, zone 2, Overground line from Richmond and Clapham Junction to Stratford Station, 1 min. walk
  • Kilburn Park, zone 2,  Bakerloo line, 15 min. walk
  • Kilburn High Road Overground Station, zone 2, Overground line from Watford Junction to Euston Station, 12 min. walk
  • Local and Night Buses walking distance
  • Several Buses to Central London
  • Minicab (local taxi service) walking distance
  • Less than 20 min. from Central London (by underground)

Fast access to main points of interest in London (by public transport):


  • West Hampstead: 4 min.
  • Abbey Road: 10 min.
  • Wembley Stadium: 20 min.
  • Paddington, Heathrow Express: 25 min.
  • Hampstead Heath, Parliament Hill, 15 min.
  • Green Park, Hyde Park: 25 min.
  • Big Ben, Westminster, London Eye: 20 min.
  • Clapham Junction: 26 min.
  • Richmond: 24 min.
  • Notting Hill: 37 min.
  • Little Venice: 24 min.
  • Camden Town: 19 min.
  • Baker Street, Madame Tussauds: 16 min.
  • National Gallery: 26 min.
  • British Museum: 30 min.
  • M&M Worlds, Leicester Square: 30 min.
  • Soho, China Town: 27 min.
  • Regents Street, Oxford Circus: 26 min.
  • Piccadilly Circus: 21 min.
  • The Regent’s Park, ZSL London Zoo: 23 min.
  • Primrose Hill: 29 min.
  • Southbank, Waterloo: 24 min.
  • Covent Garden: 32 min.
  • London Bridge, The Shard, Borough Market: 25 min.
  • Walkie Talkie Sky Garden: 35 min.
  • Tower Bridge, Tower of London: 35 min.
  • Canary Wharf: 37 min.
  • Greenwich Park: 50 min.
  • Harrods, Knightsbridge: 29 min.
  • Selfridges: 17 min.
  • Westfield (Shepherd’s Bush): 26 min.
  • Westfield City (Stratford): 36 min.


  • Tesco Express and Local Sainsbury's, 2 min. walk
  • Sainsbury's, Iceland, Aldi, Poundland, Mark & Spencer, 10 min. walk
  • Primark, Tk Maxx, Argos, 13 min. walk
  • Other Supermarket and Food & Wine groceries shops walking distance
  • Restaurants, pubs and other various shops, walking distance
  • Pharmacy, walking distance
  • Launderette, walking distance

It's a fact. If you are hungry in Kilburn, you are plenty of choice that will satisfy your every wish.

In this neighborhood, you are a huge selection of types of cuisines and restaurants.

Here, a small list of what you can taste in Kilburn area:

  • Spicy Basil (Takeaway)
  • Casareccia (Italian Restaurant)
  • The Small & Beautiful (Italian Restaurant)
  • Nona Restaurant and Pizzeria (Italian Restaurant)
  • Speedy Noodle (Chinese Restaurant)
  • Charcoal Grill Kebab House (Turkish Restaurant)
  • Kish (Persian Restaurant)
  • Nando’s Kilburn (Afro-Portoguese Chain)
  • The Betsy Smith (Pub)
  • Woody Grill (Kebab, Halal)
  • Brondes Ages (Bar)
  • Pepe’s Piri Piri (Takeaway)
  • McDonald’s Kilburn (Fast Food)
  • The North London Tavern (Pub)
  • KFC (Fast Food)
  • Subway (Fast Food)
  • Caffè Nero (Coffee Shop)
  • Starbucks (Coffee Shop)

Kilburn is well-connected area and from here you can reach all main spots of the city. 

But, we would like to suggest some things to do that you can enjoy in this location. Because, we are expert and we would that you live here as a local.

If it's a rainy day, visit the Tricycle Theatre. It was opened in 1980 and it is a renowned arts centre, now including a gallery, cinema and theatre. Or, visit the St. Augustine's Church in the south part of Kilburn. Completed in 1880 by the architect John Loughborough Pearson. The church is sometimes nicknamed "the Cathedral of North London" due to its size at the time of construction, it was the third-largest place of worship in London, after St. Paul's Cathedral and Westminster Abbey.

Don't miss to have a couple of bears in one of the historical Irish pubs of Kilburn. We suggest to have a happy hour in The North London Tavern or in The Black Lion.

If you like to relax in the open air, you can walk through the Grange Park, that has a large grassy area to sunbathe on.

From Kilburn, you can take the Tube and go to West Hampstead (1 stop) and enjoy a dinner or lunch in this prestigious and youthful area of London.

We suggest you to take the bus to go to Central London and enjoy the view of the city from the particular point of view of the second floor of the red famous double-deck bus.

For shopping lovers, the south part of Kilburn High Road (close to Kilburn Park), there are some big and famous shops as Primark and TK Maxx.

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