If you're after self storage in Archway, then ABC Selfstore Camden is the place to go. We've been offering a superior storage service in and around the Camden for over 21 years, so it's safe to say, we know what we're doing. Oh, and in case you're wondering, our Camden store is based on York Way in London N7.
Like most of London, space costs a pretty penny in or around Archway and self storage is a money saving solution for clogged up hallways and cluttered rooms. Whether you're running a business with bundles of stock or obscene amounts of paperwork or a householder who is moving, decorating or just looking for a minimalist lifestyle, self storage is the answer.
At ABC Selfstore, you only pay for the days you stay, and as we're a family run outfit, our customer service is second to none - so you're assured to get a great deal too.
Find out more about ABC Selfstore Camden or book your unit now online using our self storage pricing system. It's a doddle. Our online prices are our best available prices, you won’t find a lower quote but get in there quick though - availability for our most popular units are often limited - we're a popular bunch.
If this is your first experience of self storage, you might feel a little overwhelmed Where do you start? What are the best practices? Don't worry - ABC Selfstore is here to help.
NOT all Self Storage companies are the SAME. With ABC Camden, you'll reap the rewards of countless self storage benefits you just won't find anywhere else...
And of course, no matter how long you stay, you'll be able to enjoy ABC's first class customer service from the moment you store to the moment you drive away.
Caroline and the team look forward to welcoming you to our Camden store - see you soon.
Archway lies in the London Borough of Islington, around 2.2 miles above of Camden and is considered a part of inner North London. Archway underground station is part of the High Barnet branch of the Northern line with a connection to Zone 1 Central london in just 12 minutes.
The area is accessible to a number of notable towns, areas and districts of London, including HIghgate, Muswell Hill, Crouch End, Highbury, Gospel Oak, Kentish Town and Camden with bus routes serving each of these places. Due to its accessibility, Archway is popular among young professionals and creative types looking for decent housing, a simple commute and a host of places to enjoy during evenings and weekends.
Besides its prime geographical location, residents also benefit from accessibility to healthcare. For those living and working in the area, the Whittington Hospital is nearby and serves thousands of North London Residents every year. Following a recent inspection, the hospital received a care rating of outstanding.
While living in Archway does come with a sturdy pricetag, rental and property prices are more reasonable than the neighbouring areas of Kentish Town, Camden, and Highgate; there is also a more diverse number of housing options, from apartment blocks to large Victorian-style terraces.
A stone's throw from Archway, the Holloway Road is peppered with quirky cafes, cool bars, and a local market that not only sells one-of-a-kind garments and collectables, but offers up big batches of homemade pastries. A little further up the road in Upper Holloway, you'll find music rehearsal rooms and live music venues including Nambucca and Big Red; lesser known but equally thriving London music hubs. And naturally, once you get to Highbury Corner you’ll find the mighty Emirates Stadium, home to Arsenal FC.
Head north of Archway and you'll come across Highgate Cemetery, one of the most visited graveyards in London. While many come to visit the famous Victorian burials, there are also more recently fallen celebrities, such as Douglas Adams and Paul Foot who are buried in the cemetery.
The nearby Highgate Village is beautiful and just a stone’s throw from Hampstead Heath, one of London’s oldest and biggest green spaces and home to Parliament Hill - arguably the city’s best viewpoint.
If you’re looking to travel to and from Archway or visit its neighbouring areas, there is an abundance of transport connections, including the tube, a nearby overground station (Upper Holloway, around a 10-minute walk), and plenty of bus services including the 43 and 134. For more information, visit TFL.
Looking to visit Archway but not sure where to go and what to do? Check out our ABC selfstore ‘a Waltz Down Archway' visitor's guide.