A small town about 24-miles north of London, Waltham Abbey lies in the county of Essex and sits between Epping Forest on one side and the River Lea on the other. The town gets its name from the Abbey Church of Waltham Holy Cross on Highbridge Street. This Abbey holds the grave of the last Anglo-Saxon ruler of England, Harold II. Waltham Abbey is a short distance from Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge as well as famous cultural centres such as The White Building. There are many other attractions and places of interest within easy reach.
Within Waltham Abbey you will find retail and office space taken up by a range of businesses such as entertainment groups, dry cleaners, moving services, import/export companies and trade businesses including painters, carpenters, roofing service providers, gardening services, electricians and more. Metallon Ltd, Connor Warin Ltd, New Metals & Chemicals Ltd and Team Electrical Supplies Ltd are examples of businesses which can be found in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
When it comes to entertainment, there is plenty on offer here. The Yard is a great place to catch a classic movie in a unique warehouse setting. 10 Gales is one of the best kept secrets near Waltham Abbey, bringing you live performances all year-round. For those looking for an evening of entertainment, the local Comedy Café is perfect for a meal, a few drinks and a lot of laughter. Waltham Abbey boasts a host of dining options including the Ark Fish restaurant, which serves some mouth watering fresh seafood. The Orford Saloon is a great Tapas bar with laid-back charm while a short distance away you will find celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s restaurant.
Waltham Abbey boasts reliable bus services with great connectivity to London. Mainline rail services can be accessed from Waltham Cross railway station, which is also well connected by regular bus services. Loughton tube station is the closest underground station in the area.