Part of the excitement of moving into your new home at Chobham Manor is getting to know the exciting area you’ve just arrived in – from the vast green spaces within the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to the vibrant East Village with its array of bars, restaurants and shops. Check out the map below where we’ve pinpointed a few of the things you’ll discover in the local area to make sure you settle in nicely.  

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Timber Lodge Café

Nestled in the stunning natural landscape of the north of the park, this fantastic café and community centre provides visitors with a relaxing space to sit and chat over a drink and something to eat while the kids discover new adventures in the exciting Tumbling Bay Playground.

Timber Lodge,
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park,
Honour Lea Ave,
London E20 1DY

Walking distance from Chobham Manor, Westfield Stratford City is home to 250 shops and 70 places to dine, plus world-class leisure facilities including the Vue Cinema, one of the largest cinemas in Europe boasting 17 screens, All Star Lanes, a luxury bowling experience, and the Aspers Casino. This makes it the perfect place to spend an evening with family and friends or shop till you drop over the weekend in all your favourite stores.

Queen elizabeth olympic park map and guide

London’s newest visitor destination, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, is a place unlike any other. As a resident of the Park you are able to enjoy beautiful parklands and waterways, world-famous sporting venues, attractions and arts and events. As a new heart for East London, the park will also provide, in addition to Chobham Manor new homes, jobs and a cultural and education quarter in Olympicopolis.


With 560 acres of parkland, there’s lots to explore within the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. To help you make the most of your experience, we have a number of fantastic trails that give you the chance to take in the many sights and sounds of the Park.