Why Croydon?

Why Croydon?

London has it all from culture to commerce, creative arts to cuisine and entertainment galore, but apartment prices in central London are not everyone's taste, staying at our popular vacation rentals gives you the best of both worlds, excellent value and direct access to one of the world’s greatest cities.


Well connected....

Discover London while staying at our stylish and well-equipped holiday apartments with fast and frequent direct train services into the heart of Central London.
Croydon benefits from having one of the busiest transport hubs in the South East of England:
by train we're just 14 minutes away from Gatwick Airport - Britain’s second biggest airport- 15 minutes from Victoria Station - your gateway to Central London.
St. Pancras station - home of Eurostar trains direct to the continent - takes just 38 minutes and trains run every 15 minutes.

The area has always been a leader in financial, business and cultural sectors and is considered to be very well balanced with great living and working opportunities mixed with a bustling town center and many green open areas. It also has a great alternative/arts scene, making living or staying in Croydon an increasingly attractive choice for anyone not wanting to pay higher London prices.

Croydon acts as a gateway from South London to Central London and has many major roads running through it, including Purely Way – great for commuters. The Borough has so many great opportunities of its own that you don’t have to see it only as a commuter choice for London (despite the fact it is), but also a great place to live and work.
Croydon town center is a fifteen minute walk or short bus hop away and the area is very well served by public transport.

The iconic Whitgift shopping center has 140 retailers under one roof, is open seven days a week and central Croydon has an abundance of restaurants and bars. There are convenience stores and super-markets within a few minutes walk. Croydon has the largest population of all the Boroughs in London, and with Croydon Town acting as the heart of the borough; it could almost be a city in itself..

The Brighton Mainline rail links Croydon with Sussex, Kent and Surrey