We have an established network of homestay accommodation centres across south east London, Essex, Kent & Surrey.
We have 9 homestay accommodation centres situated in and around Central London. Each offers something a little different. We have families from all walks of life, young, old, families with children, couples without children. Some areas are more rural than others, some are within bustling urban towns. Browse below to explore what they have to offer.
We have always been firm believers in quality over quantity. All our host families are criminal record checked (DBS checked), referenced and inspected regularly to ensure our high standards are adhered to at all times. We always have and always will strive to ensure we are setting the standard in homestay accommodation. As we continue to grow as a family business, family values and being able to provide the right family environment to our guests are incredibly important to us.
A diverse mixture of accommodation ranging from large Oast/farmhouses to typical quaint English Rose style country cottages. Many students will have the use of their own bathroom facilities.
Host families have received excellent feedback for friendliness and hospitality.
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Bromley is our ‘flagship’ centre. It first opened in 2000 and has yielded some of our most experienced and loyal host families some of which have been with us over 15 years and are still going strong! There are local transport links and Bromley South train station is just 1 mile away.
Meeting Point: Norman Park, Hayes Lane, Bromley BR2 9EFView More
A perfect place for those who want to get to the city but want easy access to beautiful meadows and outdoor activity! We have been working with our organiser, Jenny, in Grove Park for many years now. We have a lovely, diverse range of host families here and many groups wanting to come back each year!
Meeting Point: Grove Park Cemetery, Marvels ln, SE12 9PUView More
Once home to David Bowie, Enid Blyton and Bob Monkhouse!
Beckenham is still within the London Borough of Bromley and is still only 1h20 (approx) from the centre of London via coach or 25 minutes by train. Once home to David Bowie, Enid Blyton and Bob Monkhouse, Beckenham is thriving more than ever. With a bustling high street and beautiful tree lined residential roads it’s easy to see why this is one of our most popular centres. Beckenham has a real suburban feel and boasts a fantastic cultural mix of residents from all walks of life. Staying with one our Beckenham Host Families is a unique cultural experience.
Meeting Point: Upper Elmers End Road, BR3 3DFView More
Located immediately to the east of London and just 35 minutes from the centre of the city, Thurrock boasts more than 18 miles of beautiful river front and is proud of its rich heritage and growing cultural scene.
Meeting Point: Weston Avenue, West Thurrock, RM20 3ZAView More
Mottingham is our longstanding centre based in the Eltham area. Over the years, our Mottingham centre has built a fantastic reputation amongst our groups for providing reliable, friendly and welcoming host families. It’s no wonder many groups who stay here choose to return each year!
Meeting Point: 123 Street Name, Area, City, POSTCODEView More
Redhill is a primary market town for a number of nearby rural villages and communities. Located in the south west of Surrey at the foot of the north downs, the town boasts a laid-back countryside atmosphere that is able to provide all the modern amenities you’ll need making it the local borough’s main shopping destination.
Meeting Point: Outside Curtis Packaging, Wells Place, RH1 3DRView More
Chatham – MaritIme
The town developed around Chatham Dockyard and several Army barracks, together with 19th-century forts which provided a defensive shield for the dockyard.The Dockyard closed in 1984, but major naval buildings remain as the focus for a flourishing tourist industry. The town has important road links and the railway and bus stations are the main interchanges for the area.
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Maidstone is a town in Kent, England, of which it is the county town. Maidstone is historically important and lies 32 miles east-south-east of London. The River Medway runs through the centre of the town, linking it with Rochester and the Thames Estuary.
Meeting Point: Maidstone Leisure Centre, Mote Park, Maidstone, ME15 7RNView More
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