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Hotel in Putney

Searching for hotels in Putney? The Lodge Hotel is one of the leading East Putney hotels. Situated a short walk from the River Thames, East Putney underground station, and Putney’s most popular shops, bars and restaurants makes it the ideal base to discover our fantastic corner of south west London.

Our 73 rooms, incorporating two impressive victorian mansions and award winning extension are set within a peaceful residential tree lined area of Putney, within the East Putney conservation area.

East Putney station in zone 2 is a two minute walk, and whisks passengers east to Fulham, Earls Court, Chelsea, or Wimbledon to the west. One can be in Knightsbridge or Mayfair within 20 minutes. The district line also links at Earls Court to the Piccadilly line which runs to Heathrow Airport. Guests coming from Heathrow can take the Heathrow Express to Paddington, change to the Direct line and be at The Lodge within 60 minutes door to door.

Putney also has a mainline train station which runs to Twickenham and Surrey to the west, or London Waterloo in 15 minutes. There are plenty of bus routes into central London, as well as the commuter River boat services for those wanting a more scenic route. Our team can advise appropriate travel options but sitting on top of a red double decker London bus and taking in the sights is highly recommended to see London life.

Putney High Street is full of shops, with side streets stocked with interesting London pubs. The Putney embankment is famed for it’s rowing clubs and the start of the Oxford vs Cambridge Varsity Boat race, the world’s oldest running sporting event. The Boat race weekend brings serious festivities to Putney – beware! Other rowing events such as the head of the river races are also hosted in Putney.

Interesting fact: St Mary’s church on the Putney side of Putney bridge was the venue for the all important Putney Debates in 1647, and were crucial talks concerning the makeup of a new constitution for Britain, featuring Oliver Cromwell. For inquisitive visitors, there is much history and culture to explore, including The Putney Sculpture trail which features nine stunning Alan Thornhill pieces dotted around the area.

Popular with young professionals, Putney features a series of green spaces including 400 acre Putney Heath, an eclectic mix of architecture, many beautiful tree lined roads with gorgeous houses, all with great transport links, the feeling of space and all the 21st century conveniences. We invite you to sample some of our top local picks on our Neighbourhood Guide.


”And thus we take leave of Putney, one of the pleasantest of the London suburbs, as well as the most accessible. The immense increase in the number of houses in late years testifies to its popularity; but there is still an almost unlimited extent of open ground which can not be covered; and with wood and water, common and hill, there will always be an element of freshness and openness in Putney seldom to be obtained so near London.’’ J C Geikie, The Fascinations of London, 1903.

Guest comments:

“The Lodge Putney is a real find. A lovely boutique hotel in a great position close to East Putney tube station.”

“Perfect base. Just had a few nights in London and didn’t fancy staying central, and by chance came across this hotel. It was easy to find and had free parking. Very clean and nicely decorated. Would certainly come back in the future. Thanks for a great stay.”