Muswell Hill


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Tel code: 0208 | code search
Postcode: N10 | code search
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Famous Muswell Hill Dates
Birthplace of:
Ozwald Boateng
Add your shop free
Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Raglan Hotel
"Good Points: Room clean and generally comfortable; breakfast room good and choice for continental breakfast more than adequate. Bad Points: Room 114 - no opening windows, and the windows are ill-fitting; ..." More

Raglan Hotel
"Bad Points: Single rooms charged at same price as doubles. General review: Better than last year as tea and coffee facilities are now back in the rooms.

Date visited: 2009-10-13 ..." More

Rutland House Surgery
"I went there and I accept that I was confused about NHS service and registration system. The administrative department was not helpful and moody to client. I registered myself with ..." More

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Muswell Hill, a lovingly preserved Edwardian suburb in north London, has recently become a very desirable place to live, especially among creative professionals. It offers many bright and upbeat restaurants, cafés, bars and clubs, plus fascinating art and book stores. It also caters for its inhabitants' regular requirements, from a golf course, a Grade II-listed Odeon Cinema, boasting an excellent Art Deco interior, and a leisure centre with swimming pools, gym and dance studio, to the weekly farmers' market and a decent spread of shops and supermarkets in the Broadway and Fortis Green Road. At the junction of these streets stands the imposing landmark of St James' Church and its towering spire. Muswell Hill is also home to the country's biggest performing arts centre for children. Just a little further afield are several major attractions: the gigantic Wood Green shopping mall; the splendid Victoriana of Alexandra Palace complete with extensive parklands, boating lake and ice rink; the Bruce Castle museum and grounds in Tottenham; and the 70-acre Highgate Wood. Muswell Hill has been immortalised by local pop heroes The Kinks and also darkened by notoriety - first by serial killer Dennis Nilsen and more recently by the poisoning of resident ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko.


Odeon Muswell Hill


The Hill Bar & Club


24 Hour Emergency Dentist
AH 24 hour Emergency Dentists
Dental Surgery
Dr. B D Skinner


Dukes Avenue Practice
Rutland House Surgery
The Surgery
The Surgery

Health and Fitness Club

LA Fitness

Pub and Bar

Alexandra Arms
Famous Royal Oak
John Baird
The Hill Bar & Club


Bouzoukia On The Hill
Cilicia Restaurant
Toff's of Muswell Hill


Coldfall Primary School


Austin Weinberg

Parsons Kaboor
Yugin Shaffer


Expressways Ltd
Muswell Hill Cars

Sports Clubs

London Heathside (Athletics)


W Martyn
Sunshine Garden Centre
Alexandra Palace Garden Centre
Broadway Pet Stores
Melbury & Appleton
H R Breakspear
Bathing Beauties Bathroom Shop
White Stuff
Monkey Music
JoJo Maman Bebe


Sky High Balloons(Airsports)


Places to Stay near Muswell Hill

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Raglan Hotel (0.50 miles)

Raglan Hotel

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In the fashionable North London district of Muswell Hill, this 3-star deluxe-class hotel offers free internet access and stylish, spacious, fully refurbished (2008) bedrooms. The Raglan Hotel has good access to the ... More

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Wood Green Apartment (1.57 miles)

Wood Green Apartment

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Pretty Self Catering apartment with Private Garden and off street Parking.

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Glenlyn Hotel (1.81 miles)

Glenlyn Hotel

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With a high standard of comfort and service, this charming guest house is just minutes from Woodside Park London Underground station and has close links to the M25, M1 and A40. The ... More

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Heatherbank Guest House (1.85 miles)

Heatherbank Guest House

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Offering interesting rates for a short or long stay, this guest house is ideally located close to major attractions, and only 20 minutes from London city centre. The guest house is close ... More

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University of Westminster Furnival House (1.93 miles)

University of Westminster Furnival House

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Located in Highgate Village, a fashionable residential area near to Hampstead. This late Victorian building in its own grounds offers visitors an ideal location for peace and tranquility, whilst being ... More

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Travelodge London Southgate (2.06 miles)

Play a round of golf at the North Middlesex Golf Club, 2.7 miles away, or spend a day at Alexandra Palace and Park with a stay at the London Southgate Hotel. The perfect place to ... More | visit website
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Chumleigh Lodge Hotel (2.09 miles)

Chumleigh Lodge Hotel

Chumleigh Lodge is a highly recommended B&B in London, open 365 days. It is family-run 21-room guest house with a 3-diamond rating from the English Tourist Board, just 20 minutes from central London. All rooms ... More | visit website

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Mountview Guesthouse (2.10 miles)

Mountview Guesthouse
A modernised Victorian house situated on a tree-lined street, in a quiet residential area of London. Within walking distance is Finsbury Park underground station with both the Picadilly and Victoria lines, for fast direct access ... More | visit website
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Athena Palace Hotel (2.15 miles)

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We are based in Turnpike Lane offering cheap accommodation on a bed & breakfast basis. We have seminar and conferencing facilities and a superb restaurant with Greek specialities.

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Ossian House (2.23 miles)

Ossian House
Hosts Ann and John Ashman are from County Cork in Ireland and the gift of the Blarney certainly holds true here. The atmosphere here is informal, friendly and truly welcoming.

The three rooms are delightfully furnished ... More | visit website

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