Our fees for Accommodation and Transportation are shown below.

If you need any further information about accommodation options, please get in touch.

Please note:

Accommodation Summer Supplement for June/July/August: £20 per week.
Dietary supplement for homestay is £30 per week.
Drapery & Urbanest City is subject to a £100 kitchen & bedding pack fee.

Drapery

Minimum AgeRoomBoardPrice from
18+Ensuite SingleSelf-Catering£410 per week

Urbanest City

Minimum AgeRoomBoardPrice from
18+Single StandardSelf-Catering£295
18+Ensuite SingleSelf-Catering£350

Penywern House

Minimum AgeRoomBoardPrice from
18+Single with ShowerSelf-Catering£230 per week
18+Standard SingleSelf-Catering£200 per week
18+Twin with ShowerSelf-Catering£190 per week

Fairholme House

Minimum AgeRoomBoardPrice from
18+Single StudioSelf-Catering£320 per week
18+Ensuite SingleSelf-Catering£260 per week
18+Standard SingleSelf-Catering£200 per week

Dawes House

Minimum AgeRoomBoardPrice from
18+Twin StudioSelf-Catering£400 per week
18+Standard SingleSelf-Catering£200 per week
18+Standard TwinSelf-Catering£180 per week

Homestays

Minimum AgeRoomBoardPrice from
16+Ensuite SingleHalf-board (Breakfast & Dinner)£320 per week
16+Standard SingleHalf-board (Breakfast & Dinner)£270 per week

Transfer fees – each way

Heathrow Airport

£130

Gatwick Airport

£140

Luton Airport

£140

Stansted Airport

£140

City Airport

£120

Kings Cross/St Pancras (Station)
Eurostar

£110

Extra
Passenger

£40

20 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, The Shard is a 72-storey pyramid-shaped building, completed in 2012, with stunning views over central London.

8 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, Tower Bridge is a suspension bridge, built between 1886 and 1894, which opens to allow ships to pass under it.

25 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, Tate Modern is an art gallery in London, housing the United Kingdom’s national collection of international modern and contemporary art.

15 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, St Paul’s Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral, completed in 1710, designed in the English Baroque style by Sir Christopher Wren.

Just over 5 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, the Tower of London is officially His Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London. It is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames. It was founded toward the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest.

30 minutes walk from Kensington Academy of English, Shakespeare’s Globe is an active, true-to-history reconstruction of the Globe Theatre, an Elizabethan playhouse first built in 1599 for which William Shakespeare wrote his plays.