(7 mins by bicycle)
With a traditional village atmosphere, this is one of London’s most exclusive locations. With excellent shops and restaurants, a famous annual fair, outstanding art galleries and the London Wetland Centre, you’ll soon feel part of the community.
(8 mins by tube)
World famous for its annual tournament, there’s more to Wimbledon than tennis, strawberries and champagne. Exceptional restaurants and quality independent shops rub shoulders with traditional pubs and hotels – and, of course, Wimbledon Common.
(9 mins by taxi)
At the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, you’ll find the world’s largest collection of living plants and enthusiastic experts keen to share their knowledge. Explore the pagoda and the many walkways, and look forward to 2018 when the iconic glasshouses open their doors after a £34.3 million restoration.
City of London
(30 mins by train/tube)
Whether you work in the City, or you like to walk its historic streets, enjoy events at the Barbican, reacquaint yourself with St Paul’s Cathedral, or seek out some of the UK’s finest restaurants, shops and markets
– you can get to the heart of the capital in only half an hour.
Heathrow & Gatwick Airports
(35 mins by taxi)
From business trips to holiday flights, when you need to travel abroad, London’s top airports are only a short distance away. Nearby Heathrow can fly you to over 170 destinations globally while Gatwick offers a range of 200. Wherever business or pleasure takes you, getting there couldn’t be simpler.
(35 mins by train/tube)
Cardinal Wolsey’s magnificent palace remains remarkably unchanged to this day, and is home to the Henry VIII’s Great Hall – the last ever built for
a king. With centuries of history leaving their mark in every room, nook and cranny, be sure also to explore the vast gardens and famous maze.