One of the most archetypal East End neighbourhoods, Bethnal Green was a former farming hamlet and one of the first manufacturing districts in the area. Heavily bombed during the Blitz, it’s now characterised by great value inter-war blocks of housing.
Having undergone gentrification in recent years, it’s a thriving, multicultural melting pot with an influx of young professionals and families looking for a good school network.
York Hall Leisure Centre is a multi-sports arena and leisure complex, where you can find a gym, swimming pools and an affordable day spa. York Hall is also famous as a boxing venue.
For more than a little East End charm, check out G Kelly Pie & Mash shop, which offers a famous pie, mash, and liquor combo, and a good selection for vegans. Brick Lane, frequently voted the destination of choice for the UK’s best curry houses, is a must for spice lovers.
There’s something for everyone here, with children’s play areas, a basketball court, football pitch and tennis courts that are pocket-friendly and available for pre-booking.
Looking for something a little different? Head to Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium for a Cream Tea with the Cats. Opened in 2014, Lady Dinah’s offers a well-deserved break from the outside world (and plenty of feline company).
Only a few minutes from central London, Bethnal Green has excellent transport links via the Underground and Overground services. There are also several protected cycle lanes and a good bus network.
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