Located in West London, Chiswick serviced apartments are located across this district. Each apartment features a beautiful living space, complimentary Wi-Fi, a comfortable bedroom and a fully equipped kitchen - proving serviced apartments to be a fantastic alternative for hotels for both long and short stays. Chiswick is a refined and picturesque London suburb with a distinctly village-like atmosphere. As such, the area is a popular location for city commuters and boasts some of the most desirable real estate in the UK. TheSqua.re’s offering of serviced apartments in Chiswick represent some of the top properties available locally, each having been selected according to exacting criteria to ensure guests get the best possible experience.
Top properties in Chiswick include:
These properties have all been chosen for their high standard of interior furnishing, their range of conveniences and for the desirability of their location. Each offers high-speed Wi-Fi and home entertainment as standard, along with a hose of additional comforts and amenities. What’s more, the inclusion of fully-equipped kitchen facilities means these apartments are ideally suited for anyone making an extended stay in Chiswick.
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An increasing number of people are choosing serviced apartments over traditional accommodation due to the enhanced level of comfort and convenience they provide.
Of course, each property provides a comfortable living space, with luxurious soft furnishings and tasteful decor, however, serviced apartments also offer additional services, including room cleaning, reception and even on-site leisure facilities where available. These private spaces, therefore, offer a much more individual experience and lend themselves particularly well to those making a longer visit to Chiswick.
Serviced apartments in Chiswick are found in the most desirable parts of the district - offering a quiet and relaxed atmosphere without sacrificing accessibility or amenities. What’s more, booking through a trusted provider such as TheSqua.re removes the need for complicated letting agreements, insurance or deposits thanks to a seamless online booking system.
Chiswick is a highly sought after commuter area, as those working in the city seek the more relaxed pace of life usually found in smaller towns or villages without having to travel too far to work. As such, TheSqua.re’s range of corporate accommodation in Chiswick is the ideal option for those visiting London on business. Dedicated private housing is preferential over a hotel or guest house as it offers a much higher degree of privacy as well as providing enough space to both work and relax. A fully equipped kitchen also saves the need for hunting around for a restaurant every mealtime. Finally, corporate accommodation is usually located in close proximity to the local transport hubs, making them ideal for those who need to make frequent trips into London city centre.
Sitting perfectly between London city centre and the picturesque counties of Surrey, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire, Chiswick is also a popular place for tourists to base themselves - particularly those looking to explore England beyond the major cities. Each private apartment offers a home-from-home environment, complete with kitchen facilities and the latest mod cons - including high-speed Wi-Fi and home entertainment. These features make the private lets particularly well-suited to those enjoying a holiday, but who prefer the option to self-cater, as well as a more private space in which to relax after a day’s sightseeing. Finally, choosing a serviced apartment for holiday accommodation in Chiswick offers the additional convenience of room cleaning, freeing up guests to make the most out of their stay.
Although the district only covers a small area, there are a number of things to consider when choosing where to stay in Chiswick. Anyone looking to make regular journeys into London are advised to seek out accommodation close to Gunnersbury station - as this offers both overground and underground services into London. Wellesley Road and its surrounding area is a particularly popular location within the district. Being located on the western side of the area also offers easy access to the many attractions of Kew and Gunnersbury. Alternatively, the more central locations along Chiswick High Road offers visitors easy access to the local shops and amenities.
Chiswick is a small area with a big history. Having been a small village up until the 19th century, when the area saw huge amounts of development and the population grew almost tenfold over the next 100 years. This is reflected in the area’s mix of Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture. Today Chiswick retains its village-like atmosphere but is now a thriving transport hub. Below are a few interesting facts about Chiswick:
Chiswick is a highly sought after area so inevitably demands higher rental costs than the wider UK. The average rent for a property in the area is anywhere between £590 and £1,500 depending on the size of the property. Whilst these figures may seem high at first glance, it should be noted that serviced apartments in Chiswick actually offer better rates for longer stays and also offer additional benefits and conveniences which can actually save money in the long run.
In terms of living costs, Chiswick’s suburban location means it offers much better value than many of the central London districts. For example, larger supermarkets can be found locally, which offer much more competitive prices than smaller convenience stores usually found in the city. There are also plenty of free things to see and do in the local area as well as in London itself. Finally, the other cost to consider is transport. As Chiswick falls within London’s public transport infrastructure, an unlimited travel card can be purchased for less than £20 per day.
Chiswick is the ideal location for those who want to experience both city life, as well as suburban living. The district is close enough to London that the city centre is less than 30 minutes away by tube, but it also offers easy access to some of the South East’s most stunning countryside, as well as several large parks and green spaces. With so much on offer, it can be difficult to know what to see first. Below are a few tips for visiting Chiswick:
Chiswick itself offers plenty to see and do - from historic attractions to ornate parks and gardens. However, the district is also ideally situated for exploring some of south-east England’s most famous landmarks. As such, anyone staying in Chiswick will find they are more or less spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment.
Q. What are the most popular things to do in Chiswick?
Chiswick is a diverse location offering numerous leisure activities and local attractions. Some highlights include:
Q.What are some outdoor activities in Chiswick?
Chiswick boasts an abundance of parks and outdoor spaces - making ideal for those who enjoy being outdoors and exploring nature. There are several large parks in the vicinity, as well as smaller gardens and nature reserves. Some popular spots include:
Q.Are there many excursions to be had from Chiswick?
Chiswick is the perfect location from which to explore Greater London as well as many of the most picturesque spots across the south-east. Nearby destinations include Kew and Richmond, both of which offer stunning parklands, or East Molesey, famous for Hampton Court Palace. Of course, most of the capitals major attractions are also easily reachable and make for the perfect day trip from Chiswick.
Q.What are the most romantic things to do in Chiswick?
Chiswick’s picturesque leafy streets and village-like feel lend the district a certain romantic ambience, which can be enhanced with an evening sipping cocktails in one of the high-end bars in town, or perhaps an evening stroll along the Thames. Alternatively, couples can enjoy afternoon tea in Chiswick House, or even take a boat trip if the weather is nice.
There are numerous sights, landmarks and attractions around Chiswick and its immediate vicinity - from the world-class museums of west London to the sprawling country estates of the home counties. Of course, there is also plenty to see within the district itself. What follows is a shortlist of places to visit in and around Chiswick.
Chiswick is known as being one of England’s best locations for dining outside of the major cities. The district is filled with fantastic opportunities to enjoy excellent cuisine - from upscale fine-dining to traditional pub cuisine. The area also plenty of highly regarded international restaurants, as well as quirky cafes and brasseries. Some highlights include:
Chiswick may not be the first place that comes to mind when people think of the UK’s top places to shop, but many visitors are surprised to find just how many opportunities there are for a little retail therapy in and around the district. Chiswick High Road is where most of the local shops and services are to be found, with plenty of familiar high street brands including Boots, Holland & Barrett and Paperchase. However, those looking to do more serious shopping have the option to visit one of several nearby shopping centres.
Some of the best facilities neighbouring Chiswick include:
Chiswick falls under Zone 3 and is therefore covered by the Transport for London infrastructure. As such, Chiswick offers excellent transport links locally as well as across London. Chiswick Park, the local underground station, is served by the District Line which offers direct routes to Kew, Wimbledon and Tower Hill. There are also several other tube stops around the area, which offer other services and additional lines. Some key stops include:
There are also plenty of bus routes operating in the area. The 267 connects Chiswick to Hammersmith, whilst the 94 runs into the city centre, finishing at Piccadilly Circus. There is also a night bus (N9) that runs to Aldwych and Heathrow Airport.
The Oyster card is the best way of paying for journeys, at if offers lower rates than traditional payment methods, with single Zone 1 journeys being around £2.50. The cards can be purchased online, in newsagents and at most Transport for London stations.
London varies according to the season, with warm summers and cold winters. The warmer months are July and August, both of which see the mercury regularly reaching the high twenties. This time of year is particularly popular with those looking to enjoy London’s incredible city parks and outdoor spaces. Alternatively, whilst winters can see temperatures drop below freezing in December through to February, London’s range of festive and seasonal attractions make this an equally popular time to visit. However, it should be noted that London weather is notoriously unpredictable and any month of the year can experience rainfall - so be sure to pack accordingly!
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