Southfields Parking

Latest Southfields parking reviews
  • Parking on Windsor Court, SW18

    Brilliant, thank you. A little hard to find. Go past Frogmore House on the left (security gates) and there is a driveway on the left with a small Windsor House sign on the brick wall. It's just before the first terrace house. Parking is easy and feels safe. It is about 5 mins walk into the shops.

  • Parking on Windsor Court, SW18

    Easily found with plenty of space to park. 4 minute walk to the backyard Cinema so would highly recommend if your going there!

  • Parking on Wimbledon Park Road, SW18

    Communication with Chris throughout booking and parking was very good, quick to reply and informative. Drive way easily accessible from road (no big curbs to drive over) and plenty of space to park . Would definitely use again, if in area.

  • Parking on Fawe Park Road, SW15

    Large driveway so plenty of room for our estate car. Really easy 10 minute route to tube station. Would definitely use again.

  • Parking on Lytton Grove, SW15

    It's easy to find and get away from being just off the A3 at one end of the street and the A219 at the other (beware the 'speed' humps along Lytton Grove from the A219 end). The space is fine but your passenger needs to get out first as others have said. You have to be very careful if reversing out as parked vehicles restrict your view. The owner was fine when contacted and prompt in removing his car from the spot on our arrival. Only other problem is if you walk to the tube station (8-10 mins via a private road and a 'narrow ' footbridge over the railway) not something I'd relish in the dark. Alternative is about a mile or so (20mins).

  • Parking on Windsor Court, SW18

    Brilliant space! Easy to find, easy to park and very close to Backyard Cinema (so perfect to get out quickly after a late finish) Thank you! Will definitely use again!

  • Parking on Grangewood, SW15

    Space was a good size, plenty of room for my medium sized car. Felt safe and secure. Turning for entrance was a bit obscured by the hotel entrance next-door, but no big problem.

    Gemma Quilter