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Burnt Oak brings together retail's past and future

Located in the Edgware district of North London, Burnt Oak was a fairly rural area until the opening of a London Underground station in 1924 led to its development. The area may be well known as the home of the first-ever Tesco supermarket, which opened in 1929, but these days visitors can enjoy a thoroughly 21st century shopping experience with a trip to the Nearby Brent Cross shopping centre.

Celebrate sport during your stay

Rugby fans will be in their element in Burnt Oak with the area being close to Allianz Park, home of the Saracens Rugby Club which offers an array of sports facilities. Golf lovers will also find plenty to enjoy at local courses including Mill Hill and Finchley, with the latter boasting an 18-hole course designed by five-time Open champion James Braid. Wembley Stadium, the famous home of English football, is only a short distance away too.

Explore the rest of North London

Burnt Oak's location means it is an ideal starting point for discovering everything else that North London has to offer. Other top attractions to enjoy include the iconic Victorian splendour of Alexandra Palace, while history buffs can immerse themselves in Britain's aviation history at the Royal Air Force Museum. Looking for a cheap hotel Near to Burnt Oak? Travelodge London Brent Cross Hotel is around 3 miles away, while Travelodge London Finchley Hotel is another option offering great value accommodation.