Hillmarton Conservation Area
A locals' guide to Hillmarton Conservation Area
"North London remains for me the essence of London living...urban and innovative against a backdrop of centuries of history..."Vikki Broad
"Holloway Road has great connections to central London along the Piccadilly line."Imogen Harrison-Broadley
"London Metropolitan University is one of a whopping 22 universities in London!"Angela Clarke
Where do Hillmarton Conservation Area locals go?
Bumblebee Natural Foods
Bumblebee Natural Foods shops on Brecknock Road...you have to add them to your list, they are amazing. Great produce over three shops and the best bread ever!!
Submitted by Tim
The Edward Lear
A pub on Holloway Road with plenty of cosy booths and a pretty interior. It also has Pimms and Lemonade on tap!
Submitted by Amie
This restaurant provides the best food, near and far, in the Islington/Holloway area. Amazing cocktails, a well chosen wine card and an extraordinarily friendly and expert service that guarantees a complete dining experience. Alcedo will never disappoint!
Submitted by Christiane
A fantastic addition to the area, I love this Italian deli and café because of its tasty food and personable service.
Submitted by Eglel
The best European restaurant in London serving gluten free alternatives and delicious pizzas!
Submitted by Local
The Highbury Barn
One of the most succulent chicken roasts you'll ever taste in a pub, with all of their meats supplied from the organic butcher just across the road.
Submitted by Sarah
Highbury Arts Club
Amazing place, so small that you may miss it if it isn't recommended! A family run business close to Highbury Barn, perfect for breakfast, brunch or dinner. They have now started doing jazz nights on a Thursday too.
Submitted by Annabel
The best place to quaff on the finest wines around without having to buy a bottle! Very highbrow.
Submitted by James
Forget The Hawksmoor. This Argentinian steak restaurant serves amazing meat and has a very cosy ambience.
Submitted by James
Perfect stop for any Arsenal fan! Underneath the railway lines at Finsbury Park, it is open all of the time, not just match days.
Submitted by Amie
Why do you find Hillmarton Conservation Area a great place to live?
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Did you know?
"The original main route through Holloway was for driving cattle to the meat market at Smithfield. The route was in such disrepair by the late 1200s, that the Bishop of London built a new toll road that is now the route of the A1."
Explore Hillmarton Conservation Area
Child-friendly activities near Hillmarton Conservation Area
Kindy Drama - Helen O'Grady Drama AcademySt Lukes Church Hall
It has been carefully devised to complement the existing Helen O'Grady Drama Academy's Primary,Youth programmes and Adult drama. Website
Angel Shed Inclusive TheatreCity & Islington College
Every child, regardless of disability, income or background should be given the opportunity to shine in the performing arts. Website
The London Scout Centre
London Scouts cover the Camden, Islington and City of London districts. Please contact them to find out the location of your nearest centre. Website
ArtStart @ Islington Arts FactoryIslington Arts Factory
A fantastic introduction to painting and 3D work. Website
Body Conditioning (from dance)The Basement Dance Studio London
Body conditioning is an ideal class for those looking to improve their overall fitness and health. Website
Hilldrop Family Drop InHilldrop Community Centre
Hilldrop Community Centre offers a wide range of activities everyday of the week. Website
Fun Violin Lessons for childrenThe Basement Dance Studio London
Note by Note violin lessons are designed to gently introduce the instrument in a fun and nurturing environment Website
About Hillmarton Conservation Area
Like many other parts of Islington, the gentrification of Holloway is now under way, particularly in the Hillmarton and Mercers Road/Tavistock Terrace conservation areas (to the south and west of Holloway Road).
Local Estate Agencies
Why not explore some other local areas:
- Tufnell Park
- Caledonian Road
- Kentish Town
- Finsbury Park
- Dartmouth Park
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