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Kew is a leafy village in the london borough of Richmond—itself a border between the city and the countryside, blending scenic riverside views and country pubs with all the culture and facilities of a London suburb. Of course, the area is notorious for its vast botanical gardens, which attract visitors from all over the world.
Kew Village itself has one of the most attractive shopping areas in London, with a wide range of restaurants and cafés sits in a horseshoe-shaped road which forms the centre of the village. Many of the tourists visiting the famous gardens also enjoy a visit to the amenities of this charming area.
If you are looking for somewhere that can boast a fantastic atmosphere, ease of access to the capital city, as well as its own world-famous landmark, then Kew could be the perfect place for you.
Kew is not only a great place to visit in its own right, but also an ideal location for those who have business in the city. There are a range of accommodation options in the area, ranging from backpacker hostels to five-star hotels, but anyone planning on staying for a longer period would be wise to consider serviced apartments, which offer comfort, convenience and privacy whilst also being more cost-effective than traditional hotels.
The Squa.re offer a range of specially selected properties, including luxury apartments, corporate housing and self-contained studios. Each is equipped with full mod-cons, extensive kitchen facilities and furnished to the highest standards, to ensure unparalleled comfort. Whether you are a tourist planning to explore the immediate area, or planning to commute into London, we can find the right property to ensure you enjoy your stay in Kew.
Few attractions can rival Royal Botanic Gardens for its sheer spectacle - 326 acres, a huge glass structure, and the world’s largest and most diverse collection of living plants, it is a landmark that begs to be experienced. The village also hides a few other places to see -
The National Archive (formerly the Public Record Office) is also based in Kew, holding 900 years of historical records, including the Domesday Book and was the former site of a WW1 hospital. There’s also Kew Palace, a former royal residence that opens its grounds up for public visits.
Kew Village itself is in the immediate vicinity of the botanical gardens and is the hub of the local community featuring its own vibrant atmosphere, especially at weekends. There is a small parade of shops, including music and bridal dress shops, as well as an award winning organic health food store. Whilst it does not offer any major retail outlets itself, London’s famed shopping streets are just a short bus or train ride away.
Kew is close enough to central London that it is covered by the cities extensive and reliable public transport, with buses running into the city centre and surrounding boroughs at regular intervals throughout the day and several overnight.
The area has two railway stations - Kew Gardens and Kew Bridge, both of which feature up to four services per hour into London, with a journey time of under twenty minutes on some services. Kew is in Travelcard Zones 3 and 4, and therefore covered by the Oyster card payment system.
Several bus services run through the village, with routes towards Kingston, Richmond and Twickenham, as well as into central London. There are also night bus services out of the capital.
Naturally, an area as picturesque as Kew is perfect for exploring on foot or by bicycle.