Group homestays in New Malden

New Malden area

new maldenNew Malden is a suburb in south-west London, in the boroughs of Kingston and Merton, and is 9.4 miles (15.1 km) from Charing Cross. New Malden as a place was established as a result of the arrival of the railway when what is now called New Malden railway station was opened on 1 December 1846 on the main line from Waterloo. However, when Queen Victoria visited distinguished residents in the Coombe Hill area, the royal train always continued to Norbiton station where the platform was at ground level.

Two miles (3 km) to the south is the former village of Old Malden (from which New Malden gets its name), whose origins go back to Anglo-Saxon times.

Transport

Rail

New Malden railway station has services provided by South West Trains to London Waterloo, Hampton Court, Kingston upon Thames, Richmond and Shepperton. It is in London Zone 4.

Buses

There are many bus routes going through New Malden, including the 213 route going from Kingston towards Sutton, the 131 and N87 routes going through Kingston Town Centre and Tooting Broadway (and Aldwych for the night bus) along with the X26 express bus to Croydon and Heathrow Airport and the 152 route going from New Malden towards Pollards Hill. The town also has a series of local bus routes, including the K1 which goes to Kingston and New Malden Station and the K5 to Ham and Morden.

Rates for New Malden

Prices are per night. Please note the below is a guide, please contact us for the full rates and list of supplements.

Homestay centreHalf Board (Under 18s)Half Board (18 and over)Full Board (Under 18s)Full Board (18 and over)
Colliers Wood £24.05 £26.80 £25.55 £27.80
Epsom Downs £24.05 £26.80 £25.55 £27.80
Mitcham area £22.05 £24.30 £23.55 £25.80
Morden area £22.05 £24.30 £23.55 £25.80
New Malden area £22.05 £24.30 £23.55 £25.80
Sutton £22.05 £24.30 £23.55 £25.80
Homestay centreHalf Board (Under 18s)Half Board (18 and over)Full Board (Under 18s)Full Board (18 and over)


Prices valid from 1 January to 31 December 2017.

Supplements for New Malden

Single room per person per night = £5.75
2 night stays per person per night = £2.00
Extra lunch per person = £4.00
Groups less than 30 pax per person per night = £2.00
To provide a packed lunch per adult staying in hotel / b&b if required = £4.95

Booking fee

1-3 nights = £100.00
4-7 nights = £50.00
8 nights or more = £0.00

  • Including:
  • Kingston upon Thames
  • Raynes Park
  • Surbiton
  • Tolworth
  • Worcester Park
  • Motspur Park
  • Wimbledon
  • Coombe
  • Norbiton
  • Old Malden
  • West Barnes
  • Richmond Park
  • Bushy Park
  • Long Ditton
  • Malden Manor

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