A laid-back area in south London, Dulwich, which consists of East Dulwich, West Dulwich and Dulwich Village lies in the valley between a number of London districts including Crystal Palace, West Norwood and Camberwell. Within the area you will find Dulwich College, an academically selective independent boysí school, as well as Dulwich Picture Gallery. The residential areas of Dulwich includes traditional village homes as well as 18th and 19th century buildings whilst the commercial area is home to a number of independent shops as well as vibrant restaurants and bars. The area is also able to boast a number of famous residents past and present, including author, Enid Blyton, footballer, Trevor Sinclair and actor Tim Roth to name a few.
Setting up your business here
Dulwich, and the neighbouring area of West Dulwich are able to offer an excellent variety of shops and restaurants as well as outstanding office space within close proximity of a number of amenities. There are many businesses in the neighbourhood, from financial and legal companies such as Alan Harry and Crispin Paul through to accountants and e-commerce companies including Kaweb and Coman & Co. The bustling business and social scenes in the area, including bars and meeting spaces, allow for extensive business networking as well as providing an excellent work/life balance. Travelling in and around the area is incredibly convenient whether you choose to travel by road or rail. The journey from London Victoria to West Dulwich station takes a matter of minutes and the area is served by over 10 bus routes as well as having a number of secure car parks.
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Things to do in Dulwich
With a huge choice of restaurants, bars and entertainment venues on the doorstep and in Dulwichís surrounding areas, you will never be short of somewhere to entertain clients or let your hair down after work. As well as the variety of theatres, comedy clubs and live music venues, including The Hob and Of the Edward Alleyn Theatre, there is also an array of excellent restaurants within the area suitable for a formal dinner or light bite. To sample the excellent British cuisine that is on offer head down to The Rosendale or Belair House. If you would like something slightly less formal then The Actress and The Flying Pig, both located in East Dulwich, are busy pubs that offer a variety of drinks as well as rustic pub food. If you are looking to end your night at a lively bar then Adventure Bar is known to attract a young, south-east London crowd.
- Tube lines: London Bridge, Victoria
- Mainline stations: West Dulwich; Tulse Hill; Sydenham Hill
- Nearest motorways: M25; M4
- Nearest airports: City; Heathrow
- Other: Dulwich is served by a number of busses travelling in and around the area