Be More Together
the collective old oak
Join our thriving community in West London, with the canal on your doorstep and Central London a 20 minute tube ride away. Find friendly faces, stimulating shared spaces and a boundary pushing events programme, all right inside your home.
Life at The Collective
From morning yoga to after-work drinks, movie marathons to ping-pong tournaments, we have a space for your every mood. At Old Oak nail curl up with a good book in the library, watch the sunset from the roof terrace, nail your to-do list in the co-working space; or host a dinner party in one of the themed dining rooms. It’s your choice: French bistro or Japanese tea room?
Rooms & pricing
- Superfast Wi-Fi
- 24” TV Monitor
- En suite with rain shower
- Cotton bedding
- Bi-weekly cleaning with linen change
- All bills included
It’s your home, your workplace and your playground. One of a kind shared spaces, a cultural events programme and the little things like wifi and cleaning are all included in one bill – no matter how long you’re with us.
Events at Old Oak
Learn how to make ‘bigoli’ pasta ‘fato a mano’ (by hand) with head chef, Roberta d’Elia from Pasta Evangelists.
Learn about street culture and disruptive art in this graffiti spray painting workshop with artist Jeremy Jones.
Join our resident yogi Eloise for a mindful yoga practice to awaken your asana postures and prepare yourself for the day. .
eat & drink with us
Sip, munch, mingle. Whether you’re an Old Oak member, visiting a friend or just stopping by, bring your crew and join us for a warm cuppa or a plate to share.
the collective bar & kitchen - Now Open. Delivery available via Deliveroo.
Come along for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or drop in for coffee anytime. We’re open all day to both members and the public. Enjoy a tasty mix of dishes to share and savour, as you while away time with neighbours and friends.
- Monday - Friday: 10:30am - 9:30pm
- Saturday - Sunday: 10:30am - 9:30pm
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How to find us
We’re on the banks of the canal in Willesden Junction and close to North Acton, so getting into London is easy on the Central, Bakerloo and Overground lines.
Answers to frequently asked questions at old oak
You can live, connect and play at The Collective Old Oak with the peace of mind that your safety and wellbeing is taken care of.
-In line with the latest government guidelines our gym will close from Sunday 20th December until further notice.
-Please be aware that wearing a face covering is compulsory in the lifts, the stairwell, and all corridor spaces, in addition to the lobby.
-In line with government guidance, we won't be permitting visitors to Old Oak, unless they are part of our members' social bubbles.
We offer memberships from 3 months to a year. Simply renew your membership if you want to stay longer – and you can renew as many times as you like! Many of our members stay for a year or two.
Our minimum length of stay at The Collective Old Oak is 3 months – but you can stay at The Collective Canary Wharf for just a night, a week or a couple of months! If you’re sure you want to try co-living at The Collective Old Oak, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, email address, contact number and your move in/move out dates, and we’ll see what we can do.
Absolutely, lots of our members work or run their businesses from our spaces. When you stay or live with us you get access to a workstation in your own ensuite or studio and a huge variety of stylish co-working spaces. All the important essentials are taken care of: from ergonomic seating to printing, meeting rooms, tea points and super fast, secure WIFI. The best thing? It's all included in your rent.
As long as everyone is over the age of 18, you can come with as many family member as you like. Please be aware that our maximum occupancy for ensuites is 1 person, and for studios is 2 people.
Of course! As a couple, you can move into our studios or one bed apartments, suited for two.
We love animals, but unfortunately we don't allow them in our spaces.
The main difference between an Ensuite and a Studio is that with an Ensuite room, you share your kitchenette with one other person and in a Studio room, your kitchenette is private. Both Ensuite and Studio rooms have their own private bathrooms.
Take a look at the floor plans to get a better feel for the spaces.
Unfortunately we don't have designated parking for members.
You can find temporary parking nearby on Shaftesbury Gardens and Midland Terrace. You have to pay Monday-Friday, but it's free at weekends.
Alternatively, you can refer to www.parkopedia.com for parking spaces nearby and garages.
Please click 'Book' at the top of this page and fill in your details. A member of our team will be in touch with you soon. Between 9am-6pm on weekdays, expect to hear from us within the hour.
Yes. Your rent is paid monthly, at the start of every month using direct debit. When you receive your licence agreement after paying your deposit, you’ll also receive instructions to set up this direct debit. It’s super easy!
Absolutely. We’re still open as usual for in-person tours and and long term move ins. We’re certified as COVID-secure, so you can rest assured your health and safety is taken care of. We will ask you to wear a face covering when on the tour or in public areas to protect our members and team.
Offer valid for new members only. Membership must be confirmed and contracts signed by 31st March 2021.
Rent-free period calculated on overall savings made on a 12 month membership.
The Collective reserves the right to change, modify, supplement or cancel these terms and conditions or offers featured at any time without notice. Changes will be effective as soon as they are published on the The Collective website.