Owl Bookshop offers an extensive selection of books on a range of subjects including art, architecture, computing, crafts, hobbies, education, fiction and fact as well as ethnic books, gay literature, history books, current affairs, health issues and gardening. They also sell a selection of audio tapes.
Venue Details & Map
207-209 Kentish Town RoadKentish TownLondonNW5 2JU
- +44 (0)20 7485 7793
- Public transport:
- Kentish Town West, National Railway
I stumbled across this cute book store when i was looking for a health food shop. And my isn't it a great find.
It is quite a large store, and has tons of titles, ranging from classics to the newest releases. I could have spent hours in there browsing the titles. The staff were very friendly, and the books very reasonably priced.
I picked up a book by my favourite author, and once finished i...more
One of the best bookshops in Central London
& owned by Daunt Books.
This place has two special features for me :
first its childrens' section which is large & good
& they have a great relationship with local schools;
secondly the travel section which is equally good
with a wide range of maps. But it also sells foreign
art DVDs,cards & stamps, & holds regular Author Eventsmore
What a great shop! I happened across this place when I had a bit of time to kill, and wandered around their lovely store for 20 minutes. They have lots of tables of books with different themes, as well as the usual by alphabet and genre around the walls. What I really liked is that they have a few nice chairs positioned around to be able to sit and read a bit.
Also, the childrens section is...more
I totally love local, independent bookshops. The Owl Bookshop is really very cute. Cosy yet large enough to hold a great range of books in every genre, with a nice mix of civilised people perusing the shelves.
So I went in, after a couple of titles that I had been wanting for a while. I really wanted to support local business, instead of going to the usual major bookstores that would...more
This is a nice little neighborhood bookshop. I could leave it there, but you'll probably want to know more. Yeah? Okay then.
On the Sunday that I visited this shop, there were a nice mix of people there - moms with strollers, younger-artsy men, cold girls in off the street (me included!), and other such everyday folk. The tables set along the main alleyway displayed intriguing covers...more