: Wimbledon Station
: Pubs gallore
: London Scottish Golf Club - Wimbledon Common
: Plenty in the Village 10 minutes walk away
Car: not necessary
Welcome to Wimbledon Village where city meets country.
The Village has a rural feel sited on the edge Wimbledon Common; the blend of chic shops, cafes and bars set amongst handsome period buildings and open spaces make Wimbledon Village unique in London. There are riding stables nearby which add to the country flavour.
If you need pampering, retail therapy at independently run boutiques, or all things culinary you will not be disappointed. You can relax in beauty shops and salons. If you are interested in Shopping & Attractions you can admire haute couture, jewellery, books, fine art and antiques. If you wish to sample international cuisine from restaurants and delis, relax in coffee shops or visit traditional public houses or wine bars in the evenings when the Village relaxes, visit http://www.wimbledon-village.com/index.php/foodbarsandrestaurants/
Take advantage of the open spaces by exploring the Common on foot or on horseback, and after the exercise take a picnic in Cannizaro Park or refresh yourself at one of the local pubs by the common: The Crocked Billet, The Hand in Hand or The Fox and Grapes.
Visit Wimbledon Museum and Southside House for local history or the Museum of the All England Lawn Tennis Club. Over the years several well-known tennis stars have stayed in this flat for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships - the courts are within a 30 minute walk.
There is something for everyone in Wimbledon Village. Those of us who work or live here appreciate what a special place this is.