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Highlights in Kingston upon Thames
- Close to London
- Great parks
- Shopping experiences
- Boat rides
- Hampton Court Palace
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Kingston-upon-Thames
Find unique holiday lettings for your next stay in Kingston-upon-Thames, an ideal combination of modern living in historic surroundings. This bustling market town boasts a wide myriad of lettings and holiday rentals that range from modern and cosy properties to big and exclusive accommodation with all amenities and luxury details. Close to River Thames on near the High Street, Kingston will surprise you with its offers. Find the best rentals in Holidu and start planning your stay!Exclusive and contemporary holiday lettings
Modern decoration, bright colours, contemporary furniture in two-bedroom lettings, one bedroom properties or detached properties that accommodate families or large groups of people up to 9. Enjoy the open plan living area, the equipped kitchen, the comfortable bedrooms, the private gardens or terraces and start enjoying your holidays in Kingston-upon-Thames. Be close to shops, restaurants, parks and the main transport links that will take you to London in less than 30 minutes.
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The area and getting around
Kingston upon Thames is a beautiful town and borough near the vibrant capital of the United Kingdom. London is easily reachable by bus, train or the M25 motorway. Boasting independent shops, cafes, restaurants and cultural activities, Kingston offers you a variety of activities during your stay. Take long walks along the riverside, go to the markets, go to the museums and enjoy the green parks and outdoor areas where children and adults enjoy alike.Getting around Kingston and London boroughs
Kingston-upon-Thames offers you a great variety of accommodation, shopping experiences, great eateries and lots of leisure activities. But, in addition, it is regarded as an exclusive area and an ideal base to be close enough to London. Its proximity to the M25 makes it very easy to access this motorway and make your way towards the city. The bus service connects the area with Chiswick, Richmond, Staines, Putney and a short ride to Heathrow Airport. The train station provides a regular train service that takes you to Waterloo Station in 25 minutes. Close to the city but away from the hustle in a beautiful and very demanded living area.
Travellers and activities
No matter the weather, in Kingston-upon-Thames you can literally shop ‘til you drop. Choose from over 500 shops that include big retailers such as John Lewis, Marks & Spencer or Next. At the Bentall Centre you can find the worldwide renowned brands including Apple, Zara and a wealth of luxury. Beyond the high street, Kingston-upon-Thames offers high-end boutiques including Jo Malone or Space N.K., and independent shops like Banquet Records. After the big names, go past the iconic sculpture of the 12 tumbling telephone boxes and enter Old London Road. Once there, take some time to explore the quirky shops. Find unique and one-of-a-kind gifts, souvenirs or precious items.Kingston-upon-Thames for park lovers
In and around Kingston-upon-Thames, you can enjoy green areas and beautiful parks. Longs runs during the weekend, outdoor sports, leisure strolls, picnics and a great way to enjoy the fresh air under leafy trees. Sit down on a bench in Canbury Gardens or grab a nibble and a cuppa at the cafe, read a book at Elm Road Recreation Ground, spot some deers or join a weekend run at Richmond park or walk your dog at Bushy Park. Enjoy an afternoon with the kids at the Royal Park Gate Playground or Kingfisher Playground. And remember, whatever way you want to enjoy a park, make sure you leave nothing but footprints!
Did you know Kingston was built at the first crossing point of the Thames upstream from London Bridge?
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Kingston is home to one of the oldest markets. The Ancient Market Place has been a trading and selling point since the early 1200s. Nowadays it still keeps its commercial thrive. Here you can find over 20 stalls where you can get some fresh produce including fish, veggies and fruit. Some artisan bakeries and a selection of international cuisine is found at the street food stalls every day from 10am to 5pm.2. Relax by the riverside
The proximity of Kingston-upon-Thames to the river is one of the main appealing features and this particular stretch, is commonly described as the prettiest. Enjoy sunny mornings walking along the riverside and sit for a nice cuppa at any of the cafes lining it. Have a wonderful afternoon having lunch and taking in the views or simply relax and watch the time go by. You might want to have a picnic on a boat instead! Be your own skipper and enjoy a different meal on the water on these electric-powered boats you can rent from GoBoats.3. Enjoy a theatre session
Go to the modern Rose Theatre, in the town centre. Check the schedule and the productions available. Make sure you see some comedy, which happens once a month on Sundays. There is the option of bringing your own cushion and sitting down on the floor as you watch the show. The little ones love it for sure, but adults release their inner child and find it quite amusing as well! Keep an eye out to see what’s on next!4. Meet Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace
Visit one of the palaces that belonged to Henry VIII. Located just an easy 30-minute walk from Kingston, you can enjoy a visit to the palace and the grounds including the amazing maze… See if you can make it to the centre! Around the palace you can enjoy a walk along the riverside and on the way to the palace, you can also go to the nearby Bushy Park, Richmond Park or Ham House. If you love flowers and you struggle to find tickets for the annual Chelsea Flower Show, you can attend the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.5. Go to a festival
Do you love festivals? In Kingston-upon-Thames you can attend different festivals. Around the summer months, there is a lot going on here. The International Youth Festival celebrates theatre, dance and art at different venues including the Market Place, The Rose Theatre or the Riverside. One festival and the regatta became The River Festival where now, several national clubs and schools compete in over 300 races. You can watch it having a picnic by the riverside. Another festival is the Dragon Boat challenge, a noisy and colourful event at Canbury Gardens where 48 teams look for a spot in the final in their dragon boats. The cycling event Prudential Ride London takes place in August and The Human Race Hampton Court swim changes dates depending on the river conditions. Finally, when Christmas arrives, the lights are switched on and the seasonal market at the Market Place or the Christmas Craft Fair take place.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Kingston upon Thames
What was the average price of holiday rentals in Kingston upon Thames last year?
Kingston upon Thames has an average price of £150 per night, which is a relatively high one among the neighbourhoods in the United Kingdom.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in Kingston upon Thames?
If you would like to save the maximum amount during your visit to Kingston upon Thames, pack your bags and travel there in November (£139 per night on average), February (£143), or March (£143) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Kingston upon Thames?
Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Kingston upon Thames was June, with an average price of £164 per night. This was followed by May, with an average of £156, and April, with £156.
Should I plan a trip to Kingston upon Thames well in advance?
If you decide to discover Kingston upon Thames, we recommend planning your travels in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 74% in the previous year.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
The months that offer the most accommodation options, on average, are April (with an availability of 38%), June (37%), and August (36%), according to the trends observed last year. However, even during the time when the availability is the highest, the average is 37%. It would be a good idea to always prepare your holiday to Kingston upon Thames in advance.
During which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
The months with the lowest properties available in Kingston upon Thames are, in order, December, November and January, with respective average availability figures of 12%, 15%, and 17%, based on data collected from last year. During this period, availability is really low (15%). Due to this, it is better to reserve well in advance.
How many holiday rentals are there in Kingston upon Thames?
Holidu has around 220 properties in Kingston upon Thames, offered by 11 different partners.