Elegant architecture in a peaceful and well connected residential area
"There's so much history in this part of London around The Queen's Club."Guy Evans
"St Paul's Studios, Talgarth Road were built as artists' studios in the late 1800s and have housed a number of notable people, most famously Margot Fonteyn."Guy Evans
"It's always a good night out at the Hammersmith Apollo, which stages some of the world's biggest artists and comedians."Annabelle Bent
Where do Barons Court locals go?
The Colton Arms
The Colton Arms is a great pub right next to Queens Club. It has just undergone a major refurbishment and looks so beautiful inside and out. There is a lovely beer garden, a great new chef and a wonderfully friendly team. They also have quiz nights, steak nights, deals on prosecco, brunch and a cracking Sunday roast. I couldn't recommend it more.
Submitted by Poppy
The Curtains Up
A pub with a great vibe and good food, but it has to be Barons Court Theatre downstairs that is its main selling point - I love it here!
Submitted by James
Unique French Bistro with Japanese influences, serving brunch on Saturday too!
Submitted by Ko
The River Café
It ain't cheap, but it is the finest Italian cooking this side of the Dolomites!
Submitted by Dan
The Blue Boat
Riverside views of Hammersmith Bridge, great atmosphere and good burgers!
Submitted by Nichole
The most colourful dining experience in London! Amazing Lebanese food moments from the Thames.
Submitted by Nichole
An Italian deli that specialises in paninis, wraps and sandwiches on a variety of breads, as well as hot meals. Beautiful cabinets display fresh produce daily!
Submitted by Annabelle
A great little French café on Hammersmith Road. They have a range of smoothies and amazing coffees, as well as tasty sandwiches and French pastries.
Submitted by Jenalyn
An Italian restaurant that is part of a small chain. Serving classic dishes and delicious cocktails, it has a rustic feel and a terrace too.
Submitted by Beth
An intimate setting with exceptionally accommodating staff and a diverse menu.
Submitted by Pip
Great pub with a massive beer garden, it's a fantastic place to hang out with friends.
Submitted by Callum
A favourite of mine, this deli in Barnes sells things to take away and tasty lunch and dinnertime meals.
Submitted by Callum
Why do you find Barons Court a great place to live?
"I love Barons Court because of the sense of community here. It's so close to central London but with a lovely village-y feel. There is everything you need within walking distance and is popular with families and the younger crowd. I can't fault it. "
"Barons Court has great pubs, restaurants, transport links and quiet streets. What's not to love? "
"A lovely quiet area, good tube links and nice local pubs."
"Barons Court has the same late-Victorian stucco-fronted houses with high ceilings and lots of style that you find in Fulham to the south, Brook Green to the north, and Kensington and Earls Court to the east."
What do you like about Barons Court?
Did you know?
"There must be something in the water round Hammersmith, as a wealth of big screen stars born here include Alan Rickman, Daniel Radcliffe and Hugh Grant."
Explore Barons Court
Child-friendly activities near Barons Court
New Mum New YouMelcombe Children Centre
12 week weight management programme for new mums involving exercise and nutrition tips
Expectant Fathers ProgrammeMelcombe Primary School
The EFP (Expectant Fathers Programme) is designed for new and expectant fathers who express a need for guidance and support in their role. The Expectant Fathers Programme has been developed in the UK it is evidence-based with input and guidance from UK fathers and professionals within the field and is exclusively available through Working With Men. The EFP supports fathers to learn the practical skills they will need with their babies to enable them to be competent and confident fathers & build new fathers confidence generally but particularly in terms of their role their skills and their ability to support both their partner and baby. The EFP consists of a 1 day course and runs once a month on a Saturday 10am - 4pm To book visit our website or text DAD and your email address to 82727 (Free SMS)
At one of our indoor pools, you'll find the perfect place to sharpen up your stroke or simply relax and recover. Sharpen up your stroke with a series of detailed and focused lessons with one of our top-class teachers, who will guide you through everything you need to know to improve. For kids and adults. Website
Twynholm TotsTwynholm Baptist Church
A warm and welcoming playgroup for parents/carers and their children to enjoy together. Spacious and clean facility and yummy refreshments for all! Website
Diddi danceSt Mary's Church
At Diddi Dance we realise and encourage endless enthusiasm and energy in an action packed, full of fun 45 minute dance class. We are the only pre-school dance program to explore 14 different dance styles. £8 per session Website
First Steps Academy of DanceSir John Lillie Primary School
First Steps is at the heart of the Chelsea and Fulham community. It is a living vibrant place where young children are given the chance to realise their potential and develop their personality through dance. At First Steps we lovingly guide nursery ballet children all the way through to their Grade 8 RAD Award. Classes are held for 2 1/2 year olds to 18 year olds from Mondays through to Saturdays.
Song AcademyThe Holy Trinity Church
Song Academy provides a unique and exciting opportunity for children to write and record songs from scratch in collaboration with experienced professional musicians. Song Academy is for everyone whether they play an instrument feel they can sing can write creatively or not. Take on the many roles in the collaborative songwriting process the songwriter music producer and recording artist. At the end of a term the children perform in their own gig with a live band of professional musicians and take home a compilation CD of all their song. Website
About Barons Court
Many people mistakenly believe that name Barons Court is inspired by Earl's Court to the east and the association of the area in the early 19th century with the Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach. They had a home at Brandenburg House immediately to the west of the site of Charing Cross Hospital. The name Barons Court is probably inspired by the Baronscourt estate in Ireland, where Sir William Palliser, who built the entire area, had connections. As well as Palliser Road itself, all the roads in the area are named after members of his family. Barons Court is between West Kensington and Hammersmith on the District Line, and between Earl's Court and Hammersmith on the Piccadilly Line.
Local Estate Agencies
Why not explore some other local areas:
- West Kensington
- Earls Court
- Shepherd's Bush
- Holland Park
- South Kensington
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