Holland Park

Holland Park Guide

Holland Park

Tube station is served by the east – west bound Central line. The station sits on the Holland Park Avenue Road with Shepherd’s Bush on its western border and Hotting Hill on it eastern side. The area around the Tube station along Holland Park Avenue consists of coffee shops, pubs and other small shops that maybe of interest for our clients looking to settle somewhere before or after an Asian escort booking. Certainly there are a few gift ideas to pick up for those who want to start things off on the right foot.

The social scene: Just a hand full of places we picked that may be useful during your visit. We are not responsible for changes to items listed if different at the time of your visit.

  • Starbucks (coffee), 76-78 Holland Park Avenue W11 3RB.
  • Paul Patisserie, 82A Holland Park Avenue.
  • Tesco Express.
  • Patisserie Valerie, 94 Holland Park Avenue.
  • Nicolas (wine), 98 Holland Park Avenue.
  • The Castle (pub), 100 Holland Park Avenue, London W11 4UA.
  • Hillcrest (pharmacy), 106 Holland Park Avenue, W11 4UA.
  • Holland Park News (news agent), 134 Holland Park Avenue, W11 4UE.
  • The Mitre (pub), 40 Holland Park Avenue,W11 3QY.

Notting Hill’s travel and transport links.

  • If you’re looking for bus info, the bus lines are: 31, 94, 148, 228, N207.
  • The Tube station is connected to the Central Line. The station is in the travel card zone 2 and has lifts operating down to the platforms. Its postcode is W11 3RB.
  • The next neighbouring London zones are Bayswater and Shepherd’s Bush
  • Holland Park is not in the Congestion Charge zone if you are travelling to this area by car.

History and background.

The district originally sprang up on the outskirts of land belonging by the 19th century mansion called Holland House. Set in its own parkland it was mainly rural, until selling off some of its land to developers. The creation of  the Holland Park region took its name from that original house and grew into what was mostly a middle class development. What we have today, is an area of largely impressive Victorian town houses and something of an affluent area. An achievement that has Holland Park listed as one of the most expensive residential city districts in the world. Houses sometimes go on sale for amounts in excess of £1o million although the average house price is around £2 million (researched Dec 2014). During the 1940’s the original house in the park was devastated by bombing and although little more than ruin, it remains a feature in the park. Probably London’s most peaceful of city park lands. Holland Park Tube station was first opened on the 30 July 1900 and refurbished in the 1990’s.

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