Spread over three postcodes (N7, N19 and NW5, since you asked), this area of North London also falls within two boroughs; the London Borough of Islington and the London Borough of Camden. Until the 20th century, it was decidedly rural and was named after landowner William Tufnell. It was in the late 1800s that development work began to change its character and by the end of the century it had a reputation as a combination of shabby, informal and genteel. Today, it’s a largely residential district. Gay massage in Tufnell Park certainly has a deservedly good reputation and you’ll find an enchanting array of independent shops instead of the boring chains that clog up other high streets. Men from around the world can be found here and they’re as talented as they are good-looking. They also fit in well with the artistic/creative and progressive vibe that the area has managed to cultivate successfully. Notable residents include writer and wit, Clive James, and actors such as Bill Nighy, Damian Lewis and Hammer Horror legend, Christopher Lee.
Getting here is no problem thanks to a Tube station on the Northern Line and two Overground stations, Upper Holloway and Gospel Oak. Once you’ve enjoyed gay massage in Tufnell Park, you’ll be tempted to stay and spend some quality time here. It’s a bit off the tourist trail, so it gives you a glimpse into real London life, rather than the Disney-fied experience of the West End. Who knows, perhaps you’ll even feel like taking the plunge and moving here once and for all.