The Greenland Villa is perfectly situated for commuting to Central London - easily accessible via rail, tube or bus.

• Westcombe Park Railway Station
• Blackheath Railway Station

• London underground Jubilee Line   at North Greenwich
• Docklands Light Railway (DLR) at   Cutty Sark Greenwich

Blackheath/Royal Standard Station
• No:54, 202, 286, 380, 386, 422
• 24 Hours service: No.53 (to and from Central London) and No.108 (to and from Stratford & Lewisham)


Blackheath Attractions

Blackheath is a very artistic community, boasting its own Gallery in which local artists display their work for sale. The Blackheath Concert Hall is a large Victorian building in which musical concerts are held weekly and local Rock bands also perform. Arts and Crafts Fayres are also held at this venue, to great acclaim. 'The Rangers House' in Blackheath hosts a number of art exhibitions and is available for functions.

Other Attractions

  • Blackheath SE3, is part of the London Borough of Lewisham and borders of Greenwich and Lee. It is a superb mix of shops along with many restaurants and pubs with fast links to Central London.
  • Local Reccomendations include:-
  •    • Blackheath Halls: Classical, world, jazz & folk concerts.
  •    • Chapter: Restaurant & coffee bar close to the Heath
  •    • O2 Arena: Concert and Entertainment Venue (formerly the      Millennium Dome)
  •    • Woodlands: Local History centre in Mycanae Road
  •    • The Heath: Enjoy an invigorating walk on the Heath in      Blackheath Village anytime of the year
  •    • Jacobean Charlton House: An almost perfectly preserved      Jacobean mansion, Charlton House is one of the best      kept buildings from this period. John Thorpe takes the      credit for this creative redbrick building, which is available      to the public for hire.

  • Blackheath Night Life

    There are a great number of Pubs, Bars & Clubs in the Blackheath Village. Every Friday & Saturday there is a night club below the Catus Pitt, the Mexican restaurant which is open until 3am.