If you intend to travel to London by car please note that parking can be problematic and expensive. However, metered parking and 24 hour NCP multi-storey parking is available close by.
Once in central London follow signs for Kensington or Knightsbridge. Get onto the A315, Kensington Gore, which runs along the south side of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, which then becomes Kensington Road. If coming from the East you will see the Royal Garden Hotel in front of you and Kensington Palace on your right, turn left into Kensington Court opposite the Palace. If coming from the West via Kensington High Street, just passed the Royal Garden Hotel and Kensington Palace on your left, turn right into Kensington Court. Follow the one-way system all the way round until you reach no. 51.
Information for Disabled Visitors
Blue badge bays
Blue badge disabled bays apply at any time. Park for free in these bays for up to four hours from Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 6.30pm. You can park for as long as you want to outside of these hours.
|Street and postcode||Number of bays||Where are they?|
|Acklam Road W10||1
|Under Westway, opposite Mosque
Outside 195, Waterstones
|Allen Street W8||1||Outside St Mark's Coptic Orthodox Church|
|Argyll Road W8||3||Junction with Kensington High Street|
|Barlby Road W10||1||Junction with Ladbroke Grove|
From High Street Kensington tube station, turn right onto Kensington High Street and walk for about 3 or 4 minutes until you come to Crispins corner shop, turn right into Kensington Court (a small pedestrian passage with pavement cafes). At the end of the passage turn left into Kensington Court and 51 is the fourth house on the left.
From the Airports:
Please use the links below for directions from your chosen airport: