Get in touch
If you have any questions, please call us, chat with us online or use our online contact form and one of our team will be happy to offer no-pressure, no-obligation advice and information. If you decide to reserve a storage room, you can do this online or by phone, and there’s no deposit to pay today.
You can rent a self storage room with us a week at a time for a very low cost: stay for just a day or for however long you need. You may extend your stay with us at any point, with no hidden fees or penalties for doing so.
If you’re not sure of how much space you’ll need, have a look at our video guides to visualise how much each of our different self storage rooms will hold. Alternatively, our experienced team will be happy to give you advice based on how much you plan to store with us.
Safestore self storage in Earl’s Court
Our Earl’s Court store is monitored by 24 hour recorded CCTV and intruder alarms and staffed by our friendly, helpful team. You can visit your storage room at any time during our extensive opening hours, and you’ll be the only person who can access your individual self storage room. There’s car parking available on site; loading bays and double door access enable even easier loading and unloading.
We have rooms in a range of sizes (from 10 sq ft lockers to large rooms of 500 sq ft+) that are clean, dry and secure. Use us to store your excess household goods such as sporting equipment, camping gear and unseasonal clothing, or as somewhere safe to store your student belongings over the holidays. Businesses can store stock, equipment and archives here, and our friendly team can accept deliveries for you, so you’ll never need to interrupt your working day to sign for a parcel.
Why Earl’s Court?
Earl’s Court is a lovely part of London, popular amongst young professionals and families, thanks to its proximity to central London, large homes and apartments with squares and private gardens. There are several ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ schools in the area, including Snowflake School, which is a specialist school for autistic children.
Central London is very close, and there’s plenty to entertain residents and visitors in Earl’s Court, too. Restaurants, pubs and bars abound, and it’s a stone’s throw from the Natural History museum and Victoria & Albert museums. The Troubadour is also located here: a famous and historic coffee house that has been host to notable performances by Elton John, Jimi Hendrix, Robert Plant and Bob Dylan to name but a few.
There’s also lots of green space nearby, at Hyde Park, Battersea Park and the WWT Wetlands Centre by the River.