Situated in Apsley, it provides storage units in all shapes and sizes to businesses and individuals in search of a flexible space. To assist our customers in storing their goods and belongings, we offer free pallet trucks, a forklift service, a receipt and despatch facility – and a CCTV-monitored, gated and fenced perimeter.
Getting to Access Self Storage Hemel Hempstead from Berkhamsted is a simple fifteen minute drive. Starting from Charles Street, turn right onto the A41. Continue straight down the Kings Road for five minutes until the right turn onto Kingshill Way on the A41. Proceed along the A41 to Two Waters Road; once there, go straight until you reach the right turn onto Riversend Road.
Berkhamsted (or ‘Berko’, to its 18,000 residents) is one of Great Britain’s more interesting towns; not least because it has a good claim to being the birthplace of ‘Great Britain’ as we know it. After the Battle of Hastings in 1066, it was the site of the Anglo-Saxon surrender to William the Conqueror – and it’s gone from strength to strength ever since, becoming a lively market town that’s still thriving to this day. Walk down Berkhamsted High Street and you’ll find a potent combination of major high street brands and charming little independent shops. If you’ve come back from Home & Colonial with a trunk full of interesting antiques, but find you can’t fit them in your home, why not stick them in our self storage near Berkhamsted while you make room?
Berkhamsted is not just for shoppers, it could also be said that it’s very much a town for cinephiles. Not only is it the birthplace of Graham Greene, who wrote Our Man in Havana and the classic film noir The Third Man – films which, to this day, make the odd appearance at Berkhamsted’s legendary Grade II-listed Rex Cinema – it’s home to the British Film Institute’s National Film Archive, one of the largest collections in the world. If you collect old movie reels yourself, you’ll know how important it is to make sure they’re kept in good condition – but even if you just have a fairly impressive DVD collection, a storage unit near Berkhamsted can be incredibly useful to you.
Maybe you’re a bit more active – Berkhamsted still has plenty to offer you. Alongside gym facilities, the local Sportspace facility plays host to a number of different sports and games: golf, cricket, tennis, swimming – it’s got something for everyone. Unfortunately, if you can’t keep your hockey sticks, tennis rackets or other equipment in a locker between sessions, they’re likely to cause a mess at home. Stick it in storage near Berkhamsted after your big game and it’ll be waiting for you when it comes time for a rematch!
If you’re looking for storage solutions elsewhere in the Hertfordshire region, check out Access Self Storage St Albans or Access Self Storage Stevenage. Or use our “find a local store” tool at the top of this page to find your nearest store.