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Blackheath stretches across the very top of south east London from Greenwich Park into the cosmopolitan, pretty village. It’s often a bit breezy across the Heath so it’s a favourite spot for kite flyers, wind-skateboarders and dogs. It’s always been a great meeting point for crowds – Wat Tyler’s…
Blackheath Village is a ten minutes drive away. An expansive open heath gives you the sense you are not in London. The village contains some fantastic shops, bars, pubs and restaurants. Well worth a visit.
Blackheath village offers a wide variety of dining experiences, from fine dining to casual, many with views over the heath.
Cross the street and jump on the 286 bus towards Greenwich. Blackheath has lots of nice pubs, bars and restaurants. Somewhere to go for the evening.
Blackheath Park is one of the largest areas of common land in Greater London, with 85.58 hectares (211.5 acres) of protected commons. Take a walk, fly a kite or wander down the hill to the village, Blackheath is a great alternative to Greenwich park for anyone looking to stretch their legs. PS:…
“This is our local swimming pool and gym. You don't need a membership to attend so it's convenient for your stay!”
“Independent cinema showing mainstream to foreign films, with a bar and 2 restaurants.”
“It's amazing in here. Artisan cheeses from Britain and Europe. Nestled in a little street of indy foodie shops there's a huge range of cheeses here (as you'd expect really) they do breads, jams and jellies and yummy organic things. It's small but the staff who work there are all extremely helpful and enthusiastic.”
“One of the best pubs in London (arguably the best Sunday Roast). We HIGHLY recommend heading off a bit earlier, wandering along the banks of the Thames and then settling into a table (upstairs by the windows is a fantastic view whatever the weather) for a delicious meal. In summer you can sit outside and enjoy the view. We'd recommend you share the Quayside seafood platter to start, dive into mains (they are all good), but don't go past the sticky toffee pudding. Not just a restaurant the pub downstairs is friendly, cosy and has a great wine list, spirits selection and interesting beers on tap. ”
“These photos don’t do justice to this lovely covered market in the Heart of Greenwich. It has lovely crafts and gifts and many food outlets. It is very close to the Park snd even closer to the Cutty Sark museum.”