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Kingston-upon-Thames is just 20 minutes from central London and is well-served by rail. Three Royal Parks are nearby, as well as several historic houses and gardens. The Royal Botanic Gardens and Kew are both within driving distance of Hampton Court Palace, which was once home to Henry VIII.
Chancellors Hall of Residence is situated on Kingston Hill in Surrey with 24-hour security and provides up to 100 ensuite bedrooms arranged in flats of between six and eight with a communal kitchen. All halls are self-catering and non-smoking.
Kingston upon Thames, also known as Kingston, is the principal settlement of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames in southwest London. It was the ancient market town where Saxon kings were crowned. Kingston is situated 10 miles (16.1 km) southwest of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. Kingston was part of a large ancient parish in the county of Surrey and the town was an ancient borough, reformed in 1835. It has been the location of Surrey County Hall from 1893, extraterritorially since Kingston became part of Greater London in 1965.
Guests have use of a fully fitted kitchen where you can prepare your own meals.
Richmond Park is in close proximity.
Guests have use of the launderette facilities to wash and dry clothes. Onsite car parking and bike stands are available for guests.
Please ask at the reception for a visitor parking permit and display this on the dashboard to avoid a penalty charge.
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20th century buildings
Museums (walking distance)
Museums (a short drive)
Recommended restaurants (a short drive)
Theatre (a short drive)
Check-In: From 1.00pm Check-Out: By 12.00am
Please check-in at the Reception which is conveniently located at the entrance to Walkden Hall of Residence.
From the A308 follow the signs to the A308 (Kingston) through Staines. Follow the Kingston one-way system and the signs to Kingston Hill. The halls and the rest of the campus are on the right of Kingston Hill.
By Air: From Heathrow: Catch the 111 or 285 bus straight to Kingston upon Thames; or take the Piccadilly line Underground service to Earls Court, where you need to change to the District Line. Alight at Wimbledon and catch a Kingston-bound mainline train.
From Gatwick: Take a train to Clapham Junction and then catch a Kingston-bound train from there.
By Train: Kingston mainline station is served by overland trains from London Waterloo. You can find out more from National Rail Enquiries. Once at Kingston station, you can catch a local bus or the free University bus service to Kingston Hill.
By Bus: Take the number 85 bus and ask for the Kingston University Kingston Hill stop. The University also has its own bus service which runs during term time and is free to University students and staff. You can catch the bus to Kingston Hill (route 1) from the County Hall bus stop (opposite Penrhyn Road).