In the north are Cricklewood and Golders Green, whilst to the south lie uber-refined St. The area is home to three train stations (all, confusingly, called West Hampstead! Though upmarket, West Hampstead is considered by many to be more down to earth than its north-eastern neighbour known simply as Hampstead.
You can expect to pay around 120 a week for a decent sized room.
On the whole, the area's watering holes are towards the swankier (and pricier) end of the spectrum, and places tend to feel more mature feel than, say, Camden Town.
Bookworms should head for the beautiful West End Lane Books.Shopaholics, on the other hand, will find much to admire about the area.Primark in Kilburn is just around the corner, whilst for the less spendthrift, Hampstead High Street's posh boutiques are dangerously close by. Living and working in Country A, your locally-bought electrical and electronic devices will have a plug that fits the local sockets.This correspondence is so self-evident that you don’t even think of it.