You can increase or decrease the size of your room at any time. This may be particularly useful if you run a business and your stock fluctuates throughout the year, or if your home is undergoing renovations and you need to store more (or less) furniture as the work progresses. Use our handy video guides to get an idea of how much space to begin your stay with, or speak with one of our experienced team who can give you tailored advice on how large a room you’ll need for what you intend to store.
We don’t have lengthy tie-in contracts - you can stay for just a week or for as long as you need, with no hidden penalties or fees payable for extending your stay at any time. Just pay a single low, weekly price for your storage room for as long as you decide to keep it.
Get in touch
Call us, chat online with one of our team or use our online contact form and we’ll call you back as soon as possible. We can answer any questions you might have or reserve a room for you at your chosen store location if you decide to go ahead. Alternatively, you can reserve a room online today with no deposit to pay.
Safestore self storage in Notting Hill
Our Notting Hill store is underground and covered by 24 hour recorded CCTV and intruder alarms, enabling highly secure loading and unloading via our car park and covered loading bays. We have trolleys available and some of our rooms have internal lighting to make it easier to organise your storage room. Our friendly staff are on hand during opening hours to assist, and we have free WiFi on site so you don’t have to interrupt your working day when accessing your room.
We also have several other stores nearby at Acton, Earl’s Court, Fulham and Paddington - Marble Arch, if Notting Hill isn’t quite right for your storage needs.
Why Notting Hill?
One of London’s most desirable places to live, Notting Hill is probably most famous for its annual Carnival, the daily Portobello Market (its antiques section is what draws the crowds, but it also functions as a traditional market, too) and the area’s pretty (and Instagram-worthy) pastel housing.
Housing is expensive whether you’re renting or buying, as one might expect, but the houses are large and most who move to the area consider the cost to be money well spent. Leafy avenues and plenty of green spaces make the area attractive to families and the excellent transport links combined with extensive shopping opportunities and trendy nightlife appeal to young professionals.