Please note that our storage service is not located at the airport and is most suitable if you have more baggage and/or are staying longer.
If you’re travelling to London via Heathrow Airport and are looking for somewhere to store your luggage cheaply - then a storage locker at ABC Selfstore's Wandsworth store located on Garratt Lane in London SW18 could be the perfect solution.
Store details : ABC Selfstore Wandsworth
If you need somewhere to store baggage - whether on holiday, vacation, studies or backpacking trip then storing with us can work out much cheaper than left-luggage services at Heathrow Airport.
ABC Selfstore left-luggage lockers are a safe, secure and self contained place to leave your luggage. Situated in our building full of secure storage units they are available in a range of sizes. They’re perfect for storing baggage, luggage, belongings and business equipment.
Our Wandsworth storage centre is a taxi, car or bus ride away from Heathrow Airport and can often work out much cheaper alternative than any on-site left-luggage services that may be available.
For example*: If you’re a family with 4 bags to store for 5 days - the typical cost of leaving luggage at major London transport hubs can be as much as £8 per bag per day - and five days could easily cost well over £100.
ABC Selfstore lockers - which will take all 4 bags and more - start at less than £2 a day. That could save you £100 on that 5 day stay with 4 bags! If you have more bags or are staying longer then the savings could be even greater.
*Savings quoted are for illustrative purposes and were representative at the time of writing. ABC locker prices vary according to locker size, store location and seasonal demand.
ABC Selfstore's online booking system is designed to make it easy to get a price, check availability and book at any time with a minimum of fuss.
If you just want to check prices and availability at our Wandsworth store you can do that without having to provide any personal information.
We can send you a quote by email or text (SMS).
Booking storage is easy; we'll just need your contact details. There's nothing to pay until you start storing and you can change your mind at no cost and with no fuss at any stage, so why not sort your storage now?
The prices you'll find through our online booking system are live from the Wandsworth store - which means you'll always have the most up-to-date availability and cost.
Found it cheaper? The ABC Selfstore Price Promise is your guarantee that we won't be beaten - like-for-like - on price.
Units are subject to availability and upper floors often cost less than equivalent square footage on the ground floor - worth bearing in mind if you're looking for a bargain.
You'll find all our best special offers, deals and prices here on the website.
ABC Selfstore is a refreshing change to large corporate storage companies as we're a family owned independent business. We like to put the customer first, because we appreciate great value and service ourselves. So when you store with us you'll get a whole host of advantages that you just won't find anywhere else :
ABC Selfstore customers regularly tell us that our customer service is top-notch - so rest assured we'll do our best to make sure your storing with us will be a pleasure - for however long you're here. Caroline and the team look forward to welcoming you to our Wandsworth store
Heathrow Airport, also known as London Heathrow, is the major London airport, and is one of the top five busiest airports in the world. It lies at west the edge of London, near to the town of Hounslow, and is connected to London by both the Heathrow Express, which is a dedicated non-stop tube from Heathrow to London Paddington, and also by the Piccadilly line, which serves terminals 1, 2, 3 & 4, along with a tube to Hatton Cross for the maintenance bays of the airport. There are also a number of red-bus connections between the Heathrow terminals and London City.
Heathrow began life as a small aerodrome close to a village known as Heathrow. This village had been settled since the Neolithic period, and there are several earthworks and potential archaeological sites beneath Terminal 3 of the airport. Originally purchased in 1929 as an aerodrome dedicated to test flights, known as Great Western Aerodrome, it was considered to be an ideal place for flying due to the flatness of the surrounding area. Norman Macmillan, who had previously been forced to land in Heathrow Fields, suggested the purchase to Fairey Aviation.
During the Second World War Heathrow was taken over by the Air Ministry, but was mainly used as a stopping-off point for fighter planes. However, notes from the Air Ministry suggest that the government were planning to requisition the airfield, noting its suitability for long-range bombing flights, and possibly because they were planning a long-term creation of a new airport for international flights. By the end of the Second World War Heathrow was in the hands of the government, and a new airport was under construction. The land was never returned to Fairey Aviation, and the owner sought compensation for this appropriation of his lands until 1964.
After the end of the War, Government Ministers continued to encourage the building of the airport on the ground. The land was officially transferred to the civil sector, and in 1946 the Minister for Aviation opened the airport for commercial use. The name originally given to this new construction was simply London Airport.
The runways had been constructed around a Star-of-David design which allowed planes to take off and land no matter what way the wind was blowing, ensuring safety for passengers and crew.
Heathrow Terminal 5, the latest addition to Hearthrow, was opening in 2008.