Clapham South tube station is adjacent to Audley Nightingale Place and the underground will take you into central London in around 15mins. The capital offers a wealth of attractions, dining options and shopping, just a short journey away.
Audley Nightingale Place is situated right on the edge of Clapham Common, offering fantastic views. An oasis amongst the hustle and bustle of London, the common provides a wonderful recreational location for all ages. Originally built in 1890, the bandstand is the largest in London and hosts a variety of open-air concerts during the warmer months. There are several cafes in which to enjoy tea and cake following an afternoon wander.
Every Saturday between 10am and 4pm, you can find a delicious variety of fresh food market stalls just above the north-east corner of Clapham Common. The market guarantees that all products are locally sourced and sold at a reasonable price. You can also trek further afield for your fresh produce - a 30 minute drive will get you to Crockford Bridge Farm in Addlestone, where you can pick your own fruit and vegetables.
Clapham boasts a huge variety of restaurants, pubs, bars, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. Whether you're looking for Michelin standard fine dining or an afternoon cream tea, Clapham has it all. Time Out have some great suggestions of the best restaurants on Nightingale Place's doorstep.