For household, archive, business and student storage, we offer flexible terms so you’ll never pay for more storage than you need. You can keep your room for just a week, or stay for as long as you need; we offer a 20% discount for long-term stays at our Euston-Camden store if you know that you’ll need your room for several weeks. You can also increase or decrease the size of your storage room if your storage needs change over time.
If you’re unsure of how much space you’ll need to start with, check out our video guides to help you to visualise what each size of room will hold, or feel free to give us a call to discuss your storage needs. Our experienced team can offer advice and suggestions to make sure you get the storage space you need at an affordable price.
Get in touch
Give us a call or complete our online contact form and one of our helpful team will get back to you to answer any questions or to help you to reserve a self-storage room at our Euston-Camden store.
Alternatively, if you know how much space you need and when you’d like to move your belongings in, click to book online today, with no deposit to pay for reserving a room.
Safestore self storage in Euston-Camden
For self storage in the Euston/Camden area, we have two stores for you to choose from: Camden Town
Our Euston-Camden store has a large onsite car park for customers, and easily accessible, ground-floor rooms with covered loading bays. Our friendly staff are on hand to offer any assistance you may need, and they can accept deliveries for you, meaning you don’t need to wait in to sign for anything - we’ll keep your belongings safe until you can transfer them into your room.
Even within this relatively small location in central London, visitors, business owners and residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to excellent places to eat, museums to visit and green spaces to enjoy. Property prices are naturally high, and look set to become higher with the pending arrival of HS2 to Euston Station.
If you’re lucky enough to be in the area, check out the Wellcome Institute, UCL’s Grant Museum of Zoology or the Crypt Gallery, or head to any of the curry houses on Drummond Street for some delicious South Asian fare. Camley Street Natural Park near St Pancras is soon to be reopened following the creation of a new visitor centre, and in the meantime, you can escape the hustle and bustle by taking a break at Harrington Square Gardens or Goldington Crescent Gardens.