Speakeasy School of EnglishStrand-on-the-Green, Chiswick, West London
Photo courtesy of Rachel Clarke

Location and how to find us

Leafy Chiswick

Chiswick is a beautiful residential part of West London, re known for its bars, cafes and restaurants. It is about six miles west of Hyde Park Corner in Central London. The journey takes about 15 minutes by underground train.

Local attractions include Chiswick House (see box to the right), and the home of the 18th century artist William Hogarth. Above all a very pleasant riverside walk that runs along the Thames (pictured above), with a selection of historic waterside pubs which are especially popular in the summer months.

Speakeasy School of English in Chiswick

The school is located on Chiswick High Road, less than 2 minutes walk from Stamford Brook Underground Station in West London. The main road is also accessible by buses running from Hammersmith, Fulham, Shepherds Bush, Ealing, Twickenham and Richmond.

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How to find us — train

To get to Stamford Brook underground station, you need to get the District Line (green). It is important to remember that Stamford Brook is located on the Richmond or Ealing Broadway branch of the District Line.

If you are heading from central London, take any west-bound District Line train. If it goes to Richmond or Ealing Broadway, then just stay on the train until you reach Stamford Brook. Otherwise change at Earls Court for the Richmond or Ealing Broadway bound train.

How to find us — bus

The following bus routes pass close to the Speakeasy school:

27, 190, 237,267, 391 and H91

How to find us — on foot

The quickest route to the school from the Underground station is shown by the dashed line on the following map.

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Map of Speakeasy School in Chiswick, London

Chiswick House

Many people come to Chiswick to admire the 18th century architectural style of Chiswick House.

Chiswick House

Chiswick House was designed by the third Earl of Burlington (1694-1753) who sought to create the kind of house and garden found in the suburbs of ancient Rome.

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