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Where the suburbs meet the city

Cricklewood in north-west London is nicely placed, featuring both urban and suburban areas - perfect for those who like to experience the hustle-bustle of the big city, but also appreciate a bit of peace and tranquility at the end of it all. With good transport links to central London as well as Luton Airport, it's a great jumping-off point for all manner of adventures.

Take in some nature at Mapesbury Dell

The Mapesbury Dell on Hoveden Road is a beautiful and well maintained public gardens and park, tended to by local residents, and open to visitors the year round. It's a bit on the small side, though, so if you really want to stretch your legs, head to Gladstone Park, a stunning green space including sporting facilities and a public garden, and boasting views of the London Eye and the Shard on a clear day.

Bright lights, big city�

Situated in Zone 3 on the Main Line, Cricklewood Station enjoys a service to St Pancras taking just 10 minutes. This means the world - well, London - is your oyster. The Natural History Museum, the Eye, London Zoo and more are to all intents and purposes on the doorstep. Looking for a place to stay in Cricklewood? Travelodge London Cricklewood Hotel is the obvious choice and situated in a great location.