If you’re unsure of how much space you’ll need, our experienced staff can offer tailored advice by phone or online chat - just tell us what or how much you need to store with us and we can tell you how much space we think you’ll need.
If you decide to reserve a room with us, you can keep it for just a day, or you can stay for as long as you need by extending your stay at any point.
Get in touch
Give us a ring, use our online chat or complete our online contact form and one of our helpful team can offer advice, answer your questions or help you to reserve the best room size for you. Alternatively, if you know where you’d like to store your belongings and what size of storage room you’ll need, you can reserve one online today with no deposit to pay.
Safestore self storage in Holloway Road
Our Holloway Road store is secured with 24-hour recorded CCTV and intruder alarms. As the sole key holder for your room, you will be the only person with access to your belongings. Our staff are on hand during opening hours to help and we can provide trolleys to help you load and unload - double doors and high-ceilinged rooms will also make it easier for you to access your room.
If Holloway Road isn’t quite in the most convenient location for you, we have stores nearby at Alexandra Palace
, Kings Cross
and Stoke Newington
Why Holloway Road?
Holloway is probably best known for the eponymous prison, but although the prison has now permanently closed its doors the property prices nearby are still much lower than neighbouring areas (such as Highbury, Islington and Highgate).
It’s therefore an attractive prospect for first-time buyers and young professionals seeking affordable apartments and good transport links into the City. It is slowly becoming gentrified, making now a good time to invest in property in the area.
Holloway Road itself is a busy shopping area offering major high street stores and smaller, independent shops. Regeneration and redevelopment, particularly near to the Emirates Stadium, plus the availability (off the main road) of Victorian properties on quieter, leafy streets, have made the area popular with young families.