Notting Hill Gate is a significant street in the Notting Hill neighbourhood of the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London, United Kingdom. The intersection of Bayswater Road, Holland Park Avenue, Kensington Church Street, and Pembridge Road is where you’ll find it. Because it was formerly a bustling route where tolls were collected, the street was once known as “Toll Gate Lane.”
In addition to its many stores, restaurants, and cafés, the street is also home to many bars and nightclubs. There are also several enterprises that cater to a more specific market, such as those that offer rare recordings and antiques.
Central, District, and Circle lines all stop at Notting Hill Gate, the primary Tube station in the neighbourhood. You can also take the Hammersmith and City line or the Circle line to Westbourne Park or Ladbroke Grove and then walk down Portobello Road towards the road. In addition to the subway, the route is served by a number of buses from all across London.
Hillgate Village, with its vividly painted rowhouses, can be found just to the south of Notting HillGate, while Campden Hill Road and Kensington Church Street may be found to the south as well. From the subway entrance heading north, you may take Pembridge Road all the way to Westbourne Grove. This area is likely to be lively, thanks to the nearby Portobello Road market and the popularity of the movie Notting Hill.