Access Self Storage Cricklewood is on Roman Road, just off Edgware Road (A5) in north-west London – outside the Congestion Charging Zone but less than 4 miles from Regent’s Park. We pride ourselves on meeting the storage needs of business and personal customers across Cricklewood and its surroundings, including Brent Cross and Hampstead. Are you doing business near Cricklewood, and need storage units for your stock, or perhaps a mailbox or telephone answering service? We can help with all of those.
Contact us today for a quote, or use our easy reservation tool.
Are you moving house and needing self storage for some – or even all – of your household goods? Our Cricklewood storage units come in a wide range of sizes, and you can use one for as little as seven days. Everything will be safe and secure, yet you’ll have 24 hour access. You can even park your car with us!
To get to us:
From the North Circular Road (A406), close to the M1 Junction1, take the A5 (Edgware Road) southbound towards London.
Take the left turn just before the Lidl (Roman Road) to reach Access Self Storage Cricklewood.
Cricklewood is just a stone’s throw from where the M1 begins its journey north, midway between Wembley Stadium and Hampstead Heath. Behind its bustling High Street you will find many streets of attractive Edwardian and Victorian houses. If you’re lucky enough to be moving to one of them, remember you can keep some of your things in one of our conveniently located Cricklewood storage units while you organise your new home or do some decoration.
Our iconic pub, The Crown, now faces the Clayton Crown Hotel, a 4-star hotel which serves as a conference centre for major events. Are you perhaps holding an event there, or providing supplies to the hotel and its guests? Our Cricklewood self storage facility could be a huge help.
Cricklewood has a full history, it was once an important centre for aircraft engineering, but the aircraft factory was converted into film studios in 1920. Cricklewood residents will be quick to tell you about Gladstone Park, a favourite lounging spot of Mark Twain’s, the author of Huckleberry Finn. Have you kept your own history, as boxes of books, cars or cuddly toys from your childhood that you can’t ‘bear’ to throw away? Why not make some space at home by storing them with us? You can come back to gaze at them any time you like, 24 hours a day.