Our Local Area

If you’re an out-and-about type person, then Wandsworth has plenty to keep your fancy tickled.

For the shoppers amongst us, Southside is mecca for those who desire a spot of retail therapy, Gravity is your go-to for activities, and a 5-minute wander round the corner takes you to The Alma, which is good for a pint, a chinwag, and to watch a bit of sport-y stuff on the telly. It’s run by our good pal Phil and his gorgeous dog Eddie, who loves to share a sausage roll, so be sure to give him a tickle under the chin (Eddie – not Phil)

Whilst on the subject of dogs, if you’re travelling with your furry bestie, there’s the charming King George’s park just around the corner. It’s perfect for an early evening pooch mooch before you retire for a good night’s kip.

Take the bus to the Wimbledon, enjoy a film at Backyard Cinema, or take a train from nearby Wandsworth Train Station and see the bright lights & tourist-y sights of London (it’s just 10 minutes away)


If you’re wondering what to do in Wandsworth, you can’t go wrong with Gravity.

After a swift drink at our pub for courage, it’s just a couple of minutes walk away, and is guaranteed to please.

Highlights include an exhilarating E-karting area with a dedicated street bar and noodle kitchen, a New York-themed restaurant, 14-full length bowling lanes coupled with the latest SPARK technology, urban street golf, e-sports, digital darts, sports bar and live music.

Wimbledon Tennis

Visit the home to the oldest Tennis tournament in the World, Wimbledon Tennis Championships. Take a tour of the grounds and experience the history and traditions of the famous tennis fortnight in their museum. Get up close to the trophies, the tennis fashions of the Victorian period and even test out your own tennis skills.

With clothing and equipment donated by tennis’ top stars, you’re certain to see something from your favourite player.

Twickenham Rugby Stadium

Twickers is the home of England Rugby, the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world.

Watch a game here or book a tour to see some of the most exciting and select areas of the Stadium, including the Royal Box, Players’ Tunnel, and a visit pitch-side before finishing at the World Rugby Museum. The highlight of the trip is a visit to the England dressing room where you will learn about the match-day preparations and routines of international rugby players.

Wimbledon Park Golf Club

Wimbledon Park Golf Club is an 9-hole parkland course set around the Wimbledon Park Lake, in the heart of SW19.

With newly designed, perfectly manicured, undulating greens will test your putting ability; whilst long par 4s and par 3s demand precise iron play.

Backyard Cinema

Be transported to a new world of cinema at Backyard cinema, just around the corner. Sink into their famous giant bean bags and enjoy one of their every changing epic movies, cocktail in hand of course!

Central London

The sights and sounds of Central London are just a 10 minute train journey away.

Plan a fun day out at the theatre (can’t go wrong with the Lion King) or eat your way through Borough Market. Spot your favourite celeb’s at Madame Tussauds, or perhaps watch the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace. Whatever you decide to do, our incredible city is sure to delight.