Our favourite walking routes in Richmond

We're all considering ways to lead a healthier life out of lockdown. At Richmond Hill Hotel, we're lucky to be based just steps away from the Royal park, and our daily walks through these beautiful surroundings are a fantastic way to get some exercise done while enjoying the beauty of nature. Whether you're an avid rambler or simply looking to take things slow, here are some of our favourite walking routes in Richmond... Tamsin Trail | Best for a seeing of the best of Richmond Park This route will allow you to see every corner of Richmond Park. It includes climbs and some inclines along the path, but nothing too heavy. You will walk around 7.35 miles, it normally takes around 3 hours to comp

Top photographic sites in Richmond

If you are looking for a quick escape from the crowded city of London, this charming little town that lies along the Thames River will make you fall in love by its rich historical architecture and quintessentially British woodland. You will find one of the most beautiful parks in London and it is Europe’s largest urban one. We have chosen our six favourite photographic spots that should not be missed if you are visiting Richmond: Isabella Plantation Forty acre woodland gardens, erupting with different shapes and colours. The stunning Azaleas and the large variety of different plants are such a spectacular scenery and out of the ordinary that will make you look back to nature. 2. Terrace Ga

A romantic weekend in Richmond

​Arguably one of the prettiest suburbs of London, Richmond Upon Thames is home to beautiful parks, Georgian architecture and a wealth of delightful places to eat and drink. With so much to admire, we’ve put together a romantic guide to while away 2 days in the leafy oasis. DAY 1 Start your stay with a visit to Kew Gardens. Step inside the tropics with a visit to the Kew orchid festival and enjoy panoramic views of the botanical paradise from the treetop walkway. Come afternoon, roam Richmond’s riverside. As you pass by the Richmond Bridge, we recommend a cosy stop off at the quaint Retreat Kitchen. Offering a selection of homemade food and organic wines, you’ll leave fuelled for your afterno

Roam around Richmond this summer

Step off at the end of the District Line into South West London and discover a place that feels worlds away from the bustling city centre. Home to the largest of Royal Parks, sitting on the bank of the Thames is the historic village of Richmond. This calmer corner of the capital boasts upscale restaurants, independent boutiques and is only a stone's throw away from some must-see attractions, such as the tranquil Kew Gardens and the ultimate experience for any Rugby fan, Twickenham Stadium. The most popular way to explore this pretty suburb is by renting a bike, however if you have the time, why not book on to an afternoon tea boat tour or take in the sights by horse drawn carriage. Starting

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