Kew accommodation is a very popular place to stay amongst tourists when visiting London, and it's easy to see why. Kew is a suburban district in South West London and close to other big towns outside of the city centre such as Fulham. It has great transport connections with being so close to London's Heathrow Airport and having public transportation served by the district line and London's overground. There are lots to do and explore in Kew holiday rentals and you can stay in peaceful holiday accommodation without missing out on being close to London's city centre.
An excellent stay in Kew holiday rentals
The two main attractions in Kew have got to be the Kew Royal Botanical Gardens and the National Archives. The Kew Royal Botanical Gardens are a world heritage site and Kew Palace is where the Royal Family would spend short breaks and where the original Botanical Gardens began. The National Archives is a great place to check out while staying in Kew accommodation and it displays historical documents such as the Domesday Book.
Kew holiday rentals also offers the visitor the chance to visit the quieter side of Kew and experience the tranquility of the town. Kew Green is a traditional green in the village and is the burial place of several important people, including Thomas Gainsborough who receieved royal commissions from King George III. Or to discover Kew from the water, there is also the opportunity to take a river bus or a tourist ferry up the Thames from Kew Gardens Pier. You may also forget you're taking a city holiday break with the peaceful surroundings.