About Richmond
 
About Richmond

The Lodge Hotel London is just 1 tube stop away from Richmond. Richmond is best known for its green parks, gardens and its proximity to the Thames. It has something for everyone and is far enough away from the bright lights and noise of the city for a relaxing retreat but is never too far to pop on the tube and get into the city.

The Lodge Hotel is a great base for experiencing what Richmond has to offer...

What’s on in Richmond?

  • Ham House is situated just a few minutes stroll along the Thames from Richmond. A 400-year-old treasure trove waiting to be discovered , Ham House and Garden is an unusually complete survival of the 17th century that impressed in its day and continues to do so today. Rich in history and atmosphere, Ham is largely the vision of Elizabeth Murray, Countess of Dysart, who was deeply embroiled in the politics of the English Civil War and subsequent restoration of the monarchy. Discover the fine interiors and historic gardens that make Ham an unusual and fascinating place to visit.is situated in Richmond and is a popular day out. Hampton Court Palace itself is 500 years old and boasts some incredible architecture as well as 60 acres of stunning gardens and of course, the famous maze.
  • It is also home to Twickenham stadium of rugby and Twickenham stadium’s museum of rugby.
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew – visit the finest plant collection in the world! Kew Palace and the Princess of Wales Conservatory are also within the grounds.
  • Visit Richmond Park – London’s largest Royal Park. It consists of 2,500 acres and within this you will find two golf courses and a man made forest and lake complex. Within the park you are likely to se a variety of wildlife including red and Fallow deer, badgers, foxes and rare birds.
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Hide & Seed (103434), London Reservations
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