My serviced apartments in the beautiful Surrey village of Claygate are popular for many reasons – but above all, because they give business and leisure travellers the best of both worlds. And by that, I mean a genuine slice of English village life, just a short train journey away from central London. Bliss!
We are delighted to have been awarded the 2017 Rose Award from VisitEngland this week. The Rose Award is given to only 100 businesses per year for ‘Recognition of Service Excellence’ (ROSE) and as you can imagine, I, and the Craven House team are extremely proud.
I often make the claim that my serviced apartments are luxurious – offering those fabulous extras that can make a trip even better. And I’m not alone; in the tourism industry, ‘luxury’ is probably an over-used word. But I wanted to explain just what I mean by luxury when talking about Craven House Serviced Apartments; because we really do go the extra mile to make every detail special.
For family days out in London, Hampton Court Palace offers a bit of everything. As well as being steeped in history, many of the best events and exhibitions take place outside – letting you enjoy some summer sun. So, to keep you and your kids busy, here are a few of my highlights for this summer at Hampton Court Palace – just own the road from Craven House!
Relocating to London is as stressful as it is exciting. But you can multiply those stress levels several times over if you’re relocating with family, and therefore finding your children a new school.
Earlier this month, Quality in Tourism visited us here at Craven House for our annual review.
Craven House is perfectly located for visitors to London, positioned just a short train journey away from the centre of the city.
Are you and your family looking to relocate or are you a businessperson and/or employer looking into the benefits of staying in a serviced apartment? If you’re looking to find out more about what a serviced apartment actually is, then read on. Read More
According to a recent ASAP report, 2016 was a much better year for the serviced apartment sector than was predicted by experts. The full year occupancy – which is the main measure by which the industry judges its success – was at an average of 81% across the country, which was a similar result to 2015. The predicted figure was less than 80%.