Built for John Ashby in 1816, this is the closest windmill to central London still in existence. It was later powered by gas and milled...
Prince of Wales
While some pubs that festoon their ceilings with bric-a-brac and hang London Underground station signs on the walls can be tiresome, the...
Among the spray of gift shops, cafes and delis along The Pavement, this gracious Parisian-style boulangerie welcomes with vast glass...
4 The Polygon · interesting places nearby
Named after the nearby church, Adam Byatt’s good-looking Clapham Old Town restaurant is a light and delectable spot near the common. Service, attentive and unobtrusive, delivers a strong wine list and a mouth-watering menu displaying considerable culinary artistry. It's a formal, classic address that sees many returnees and also runs masterclasses in cookery. Reservations recommended.