Kew village is one of London’s finest residential suburbs and is home to the world famous Royal Botanic Gardens, The National Archives and Kew Palace. If its green suburbia combined with the convenience of direct connections to the City you seek then Kew is the place for you. Visitors usually stay much longer than they’d planned as Kew’s infectious village charm and character from bygone years takes hold.
There’s no shortage of unique restaurants including the infamous ‘Glasshouse’. Village streets are lined with a mix of small boutique shops, ‘Parisian’ street style cafes and wine bars. There’s even a traditional railway station pub, a great place to saviour a fine ale after a day at the office! A choice of banks, a well-stocked local supermarket and chemist makes everyday living easy and with a once a month market transforming the streets with over 35 stalls selling everything from artisan breads and cheeses, fresh meat and fish to the best local arts and crafts, there’s really no reason to ever leave. Oh… except for work that is!
Excellent transport links to the M3, M4, direct connections into Central London and a convenient and an easy 20 minute commute to Chiswick Business Park from Kew station make Kew a firm favourite with extended stay business travellers and families alike.