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Bayswater is an affluent neighbourhood in West London, best known for its expansive manicured parks and garden squares, impressive Georgian architecture, a thriving art scene, multicultural restaurants, posh boutiques, and for being home to Kensington Palace, a royal residence. You can book your Bayswater car hire with Enjoy Travel.
Overview of Bayswater
Weather in Bayswater
Much like the rest of London, Bayswater experiences a temperate oceanic climate. It sees cold and dry winters between December and February with an average temperature of 45°F (7°C); and warm summers between June and September with an average temperature of 18°C (64°F). It also experiences consistent precipitation throughout the year. Very occasionally, there are extreme weather conditions like thunderstorms and tornadoes.
Best time to visit
Head there during the summer time (June – August) to make the most of Bayswater’s parks and gardens.
What's nearby Bayswater?
Stroll through the beautiful Kensington Gardens
Spread across 100 hectares, the Kensington Gardens boast numerous attractions like Kensington Palace, the Serpentine Gallery, Princess Diana Memorial and the Peter Pan statue. There are also vast grasslands, meadows of poppies and daisies, flocks of Egyptian geese, and two playgrounds for kids to enjoy. After a brisk morning walk through Kensington Gardens, refuel with a cup of English breakfast tea and scones at Broadwalk café or the Orangery.
Enjoy Greek polyphonic choir music at St. Sophia’s Cathedral
Built in the 19th century for London’s Greek community, the stunning St. Sophia’s Cathedral on Moscow road is built in the Byzantine Revival style by architect John Oldrid Scott. This church has not only served as an orthodox place of worship but also as the seat of the Greek government in exile during World War II. There is also a museum in the basement of the church.
Eating out in Bayswater
Bayswater is famous for its multicultural culinary scene. Tickle your taste buds at Thai Tables, a favourite among locals and often dubbed the best Thai food in Bayswater. Order the pad knee mao or ginger beef with coconut rice. If you’re travelling with a large group and want to celebrate a special occasion, then look no further than The Hatter and the Hare. They serve excellent nosh paired with thoughtful service. Their staples include smashed avocados on toast topped with poached eggs. If you’re looking for Malaysian dishes with a twist, Kotajaya is known for its innovative dishes featuring homemade tofu. Their char kway teow is also one for the books.
Getting about in Bayswater
Getting around Bayswater
Public transit in London is provided by Transport for London (TfL). The main tube stations are Bayswater and Queensway. You can also hire Santander bikes from one of the many docking stations in Bayswater.
Where to park in Bayswater?
There are a few on-street parking spaces with pay and display meters, but most parking spaces are restricted to residents or those with visitor permits.