Are you planning on coming to Kew to visit or work at the Kew National Archives and you are in need of an accommodation? Whether you are staying for a week of visiting or for a one/two year research project, you can stay in our of our Kew National Archives accommodations. If you have stayed in Kew or Richmond before, you will know that it can be hard to find high standard apartments for a good price but with our Kew serviced apartments you will pay less for a private spacious apartment! Gather your family and friends in a home away from home rather than at a hotel room with no space to move.

Kew National Archives Accommodation

Clarendon House and Gardens offers a mix of studio, 1 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. Each apartment has been thoughtfully furnished to complement many of the original Victorian features such as ornate coving and high ceilings. Modern furnishings and light décor create a feeling of space throughout and provides all the modern day comforts of home.

All the apartments offer spacious living/dining areas making the perfect place to relax, enjoy a glass of wine or some home cooking. The fully equipped kitchens with integrated appliances provide all the essentials required for extended stays. Bedrooms are spacious and feature fitted wardrobes and separate chest of drawers. Modern tiled bathrooms feature bath with overhead shower, heated towel rail and shaving point. Two bedroom apartments comprise one double bedroom en-suite and a twin bedroom with access to a family bathroom, whilst three bedroom apartments lend themselves to larger families needing the additional living space and convenience of a third bedroom.

Clarendon’s serviced apartments in Kew are a popular choice due to their convenient location, surrounding open spaces, local schools and excellent transport links, not to mention proximity to charming Kew Village, the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and Richmond Upon Thames. The M3 and M4 are only a short distance as is London Heathrow Airport whilst the City and Central London is easily accessed from Kew station.