We’re easy to reach by road, situated on Stirling Way just off Barnet Way (A1) at the Stirling Corner roundabout. For SATNAV, use WD6 2BT - you’ll find us between the Borehamwood MINI/BMW dealerships and Screwfix (we're on the site of the old RNLI headquarters).
We’re also easy to reach by public transport. Elstree & Borehamwood railway station is a 6-minute taxi journey away, or a short walk from the Stirling Corner bus stops for buses 107 or 292.
You can stay for just a day or for as long as you need, and you can extend your stay at any time with no hassle.
f you’re unsure of how long you want to stay, or how much space you’ll need, our staff will be happy to answer any questions you might have and can offer personalised advice by telephone, via online chat or in person at any of our stores. Our video guides can also help you to visualise how much space you might need for your belongings.
Get in touch
Give us a call, complete our online form or chat online with us and we’ll answer any questions or reserve a room for you at Borehamwood. You can also reserve your storage space online today with no deposit to pay.
Safestore self storage in Borehamwood Our head office is based in Borehamwood, and our Borehamwood store offers secure self storage rooms for household, student or business use.
Our self storage rooms are secured with a key fob entry system and are covered by 24 hour recorded CCTV. They’re easily accessible, with high ceilings and a forklift service available, plus we also have drive-up room access for selected rooms. Our staff can even accept deliveries on your behalf so you’ll never need to wait in for another delivery.
Borehamwood is probably best known for its associations with the film industry: once known as the British Hollywood, the Elswood and Borehamwood area was home to several film studios in the early- and mid-Twentieth Century including the Associated British Studios (which brought us The Dam Busters and 2001: A Space Odyssey) and the British National Studios (home of the Muppet Show). Big Brother was filmed at Elswood studios until its final series.
Most people choose to live in Borehamwood for its excellent and reliable Zone 6 transport links to central London, and consequently the area is home to many young professionals. There are several good and outstanding schools, both public and state-run, and with less than an hour’s drive to the Chiltern Hills and plenty of closer green spaces, the area is increasingly popular with families.