Tariff

• Single: £80 — Double: £95
• Minimum stay 2 nights
Reservation & Payment
• Check in from 3 pm to 10 pm
• Check out by 10 am
    (Times flexible if turnover allows)

What's on Offer

• Bed & Breakfast accommodation
• Self-contained & independent
• King size bed — en suite shower
• Kitchenette: fridge, microwave...
• Wi-Fi, TV, work-desk, towels...
• Self-service continental breakfast

Please Note

• Resident dog (with access to garden)
• Roadside parking available
• Cafes & restaurants 5 min walk
• St Luke's House & Zita Elze 5 min
• Unsuitable for children or wheelchairs

The following are not permitted:
• Smoking, vaping or pets
• Third parties or self-isolation
• Promotional or for-profit activities
For further information see:
COVID — Privacy — Terms

DIRECTIONS

From Heathrow Airport
Take eastbound Piccadilly train (blue line) to Hammersmith. Cross over to Platform 1 (stairs or lift) and follow From Central London instructions below.

From Central London
(Typically also from Gatwick and Stanstead airports)
Take westbound District train (green line) to Richmond (NOT Ealing Broadway). Exit at Kew Gardens and turn right on to North Road (≈5 min walk -  map).

From Richmond
Go one stop to Kew Gardens (District or Overground lines). At Kew Gardens, take underpass to opposite (east) side of station and turn right on to North Road (≈5 min walk).

• Parking
Roadside parking is readily available, but weekday permits are required between 10 am and 12 noon. We'll provide up to 3 free permits (for 3 weekdays). For longer stays, unrestricted parking is available within a block of us.

• From North Road cross to opposite (west) side of Kew Gardens station via underpass. Take eastbound District line train from platform 2 (NOT Overground train).

• Alternatively, take any train to Richmond from platform 1 (east side, same as North Rd). Change at Richmond to platform 2 (do not go through exit barriers) and take train to Waterloo (5 min walk from London Eye).

Kew Gardens Station
Check status updates for disruption to London transport. Pay particular attention to District and Piccadilly lines. In the event of train cancellations, replacement buses are usually provided, but this will add to journey times.

• First trains from about 6 am (7:30 am on Sunday & holidays).
• Last Richmond trains from about midnight (11 pm on Sunday & holidays).
• Peak travel is between 6:30 to 9:30 am and 4 to 7 pm Monday to Friday. 

• Contactless
Most contactless credit or debit cards (issued in the UK or abroad) and  Apple Pay or Google Pay, can be used on London Underground and buses. To pay the minimum fare for your journey, be sure to 'touch in' and 'touch out' at ticket barriers (on buses just 'touch in').
Fares are cheaper for travel after 9:30 am and typically cost under £6 (return), or are capped at about £8 for multiple journeys (per adult per day).

• Oyster Card
An alternative smart-card for use on London public transport (tube & bus).
Can also be used for train travel to or from Gatwick airport (and Heathrow via underground).
Cards cost ≈£5 and must be charged with credit (online and at most stations or newsagents).

KewBnB Map

AMENITIES

Kew Village
A & D - Cafe Torelli (6 am to 7 pm)
B - Kew Greenhouse Cafe
C - Starbucks (6 am to 7 pm)
D - Cafe Yukari (from 10 am - closed Sundays & Mondays)

Sandycombe Road
E - The Petal Pusher (8:30 am to 4 pm - closed Sundays & Mondays)

Kew Road
Newens Maids of Honour Tea Rooms (200 m north of Kew Gardens Victoria Gate - 288 Kew Road)

Kew Village
1 - Pizza Express (11:30 am to 10:30 pm)
2 - Antipodea (10 am to 11 pm - closes at 6 pm on Sundays & Mondays)
3 - Ma Cuisine (10 am to 11:30 pm)
4 - Tap on the Line - Pub & Restaurant (9 am to 11 pm)
5 - Glasshouse (12 noon to 10 pm)
6 - Kew Gardens Oriental (5 pm to 10 pm - closed Sundays & Mondays)

Sandycombe Road
7 - Kew Gardens Hotel - Pub & Restaurant
8 - Q-Verde (12 noon to 3pm & 6 pm to 11pm)
9 - Closed
10 - Garden Fish Bar - Fish & Chips (4:30 pm to 10 pm - closed Sundays)
11 -  Rara - Nepalese (6 pm to 11 pm)
12 - Palmyra - Lebanese
13 - Montien - Thai (6:30 pm to 10:30 pm - closed Sundays & Mondays)

Opposite station main entrance, Kew village offers a variety of shops including: ATMs, chemists (pharmacies), Post Office (Sonia's), hairdressers, bookshop, newsagents, dry cleaners, bakery, health food grocer and a Tesco mini supermarket (open 7 am to 11 pm).

Local Links
• Kew Village Market
(First Sunday of each month - 10 am to 2 pm)
Kew Museums
Thames River Boats — Tides
(Easter to October from Kew Gardens Pier)
Royal Botanic Gardens
The National Archives (Times & restrictions)
Taxi ( Heathrow ≈£75)

Maps & Tours
Tube & Rail Maps - Bus Maps
London Cycle Hire
Visit London

KewBnB Map - Restaurants and Cafes