Nomad is a friendly bookshop specialising in travel books and will order any book you desire.
Venue Details & Map
779-781 Fulham RoadLondonSW6 5HA
- +44 (0)20 7736 4000
- Public transport:
- Parsons Green, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Nomad Books
What a great bookstore. Perfect for browsing through books, getting a coffee from the cafe in the store and just relaxing and unwinding. Bigger stores may try to get the same feel but not quiet there. Love the personal handwritten review notes on a lot of the books. Makes book reading a pleasure! more
Nomad Books has that cozy and cluttered feel that all bookstores should have. Its coffee shop is a wonderful place to sit and browse through your selection to make a final decision all the while enjoying a beverage. Although it's child-friendly, even the kids seem to pick up on the mellow vibe and not run completely wild--as can be the case in Fulham!
My husband and I always come to the... more
Great independent bookstore in Fulham. Conveniently, they have a coffee shop right in the store for lazy afternoons and browsing. Their travel section downstairs is great, and they also have a nice section of children's books. The staff actually know what they have in the store, and the selection seems to have been chosen with a bit more care and consideration than what is found in the... more
This book shop is the prefect mixture of picture books, bean bags, Tolstoy, Will Self and cake. It's as edgy as an obesity ward but as warm and lovely as a Sunday afternoon by the fire with a group of people who say lovely a lot. They have a really nice little café to one side of the shelves and they serve food and drink all day - all tasty. The selection in this place is great although it... more
I love books and love finding small independent book shops. Nomad is an incredible shop! I love that they have a cafe and rather than being in its own section it is part of the shop and surrounded by books. When you walk around you find little nooks and crannies where you can curl up with a book. The shop feels more like a warm living room rather than just a book shop.
The shop was busy,... more