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Transport and local attractions

East Molesey & Hampton Court are about 14 miles from Charing Cross. It lies just south of the River Thames at the point where the River Mole meets it, a tranquil riverside location with attractive buildings and pretty parklands, lying west of Hampton Court. Transport links are excellent with the A3 and M25 both easily accessible, and there are good local road connections through Hampton and across to Kingston. Trains into Waterloo from Hampton Court Station take 25 minutes. If you are flying to/from London, Heathrow airport is about 14 miles from East Molesey, Gatwick airport is about 26 miles and London city airport is about 16 miles. Your nearest mainline rail link to East Molesey is Surbiton station and Hampton Court station. Take a boat trip along the Thames from Hampton Court to the historic towns of Kingston & Richmond Upon Thames.
  • Luxurious 100% cotton towels
    and Egyptian Cotton Sheets

  • Relax & un-wind whilst eating
    breakfast in the conservatory overlooking the garden

  • Welcome tray in the room with
    a jug of fresh milk, biscuits and
    fresh fruits

  • Evening meal or afternoon
    tea by prior arrangement

  • Healthy cooked breakfast with
    fine preserves and fresh fruit

  • Off street parking

  • In a delightful Non Smoking home

  • Private bathroom with
    shower & bath

  • Flat Screen TV with DVD

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • No Car? Collections from Hampton Court Station and trips to local gardens and attractions can be booked

  • Hampton Court Palace Gardens
    & Chelsea Flower shows

  • Wimbledon Tennis

  • Brooklands Weybridge

  • RHS Wisley

  • Richmond Park and Bushy Park

  • Chessington World of Adventure
    & Thorpe Park

  • Kempton and Sandown Race course

  • Approx 1 hr to Olympic stadium

  • Nearby Olympic cycling event

  • Near Shepperton Studios


Transport links include Hampton Court Rail Station (National Rail)
which provides direct links to London Waterloo, if driving you will find straight forward access to the A308 leading to the M3 for easy routes into central London and out to the South of England.

Hampton Court Palace: The fantastic riverside location, awe-inspiring gardens and incredible works of art make this a must-see attraction for many visitors interested in experiencing the sheer grandeur of the British monarchy at its most powerful.

Richmond Park:

The park has a wide range of places to visit including Isabella Plantation Garden, Pembroke Lodge and Roehampton Café. This royal park is home to some breathtaking views of London, Richmond Upon Thames and it's surrounding lanscape history.

Kew Gardens:
Explore glasshouses, landscapes and 250 years of history at the world's most famous garden. Climb to the treetops, delve into rainforest or discover more on a guided tour.

Bushy Park: The second largest Royal Park which covers an area of 1099 acres, lying north of Hampton Court Palace, the history of the park is linked to the palace, yet it has always had its own distinct rural character. The famous Arethusa 'Diana' Fountain forms the centrepiece to the equally famous Chestnut Avenue.

RHS Wisley:
RHS is the UK's leading gardening charity dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting good gardening.