The Petersham Hotel
Nightingale Lane, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6UZ
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The Petersham Hotel
Nightingale Lane, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6UZ
Overlooking the River Thames and surrounded by meadows is The Petersham Hotel; a privately owned 4-star hotel that was first built in 1865. Steeped in history and yet contemporary in style, the hotel prides itself in offering first-class hospitality. Housing 58 elegant bedrooms, an award-winning restaurant, and flexible meeting and event spaces, the options are plentiful at The Petersham Hotel.
What makes a stay at The Petersham Hotel unique?
Situated in Richmond, Surrey, The Petersham offers grand views of the River Thames and provides the most wonderful backdrop for an intimate wedding. The historic building is full of stunning Victorian character – a magnificent Portland stone staircase, marble tiled floors and ornate chandeliers make for wonderful wedding photographs.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Petersham Hotel?
The Petersham offers a 4-star haven of comfort and peace, providing the perfect place to get a proper night’s sleep in one of its 58 traditional rooms. 24-hour room service, high-speed WiFi, laundry, dry cleaning, and car parking are all available for every room. Check-in is from 2 pm and check-out is before 11 am.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Richmond area?
The suburban streets of Richmond offer charming boutiques and pretty greens that make it feel a world away from the hustle and bustle of Central London. The list of possible activities in Richmond is plentiful; one may explore Richmond park, take the family to Kew Gardens or visit one of the local historic houses.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Petersham Restaurant prides itself in a warm welcome and superb service from the experienced restaurant team. With panoramic views of the River Thames, an inevitable relaxed atmosphere is created, this combined with a range of fantastic seasonal menus designed by the Head Chef, Jean Didier, makes for a wonderful evening of fine dining. Jean Didier and his team boast menus that represent the freshest and most seasonal produce. An extensive wine list is also available to provide the perfect wine for each of the exquisite dishes.
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"For couples who want the attractions of the city but the beauty of the country, the Petersham ticks both boxes. Just a quick tube ride into the glamour of the central London, the hotel itself overlooks the Thames and is surrounded by meadows. A Portland stone staircase and marble tiled floors set the elegant tone of this Victorian beauty and the intimate dining room makes for a perfect romantic night in. Grab a room overlooking stunning Surrey countryside, order up some champers on room service and then spend Sunday walking hand in hand and admiring the deer in Richmond Park."
"Kew Gardens, Surrey
From its iconic glasshouses, picture-perfect formal gardens, and regal water features to its stunning historic buildings, Kew is, of course, worthy of a day out at any time of the year but there is something very special about this national treasure in May. Take the Cherry Walk from the Rose Garden behind the Palm House to King William's Temple, and then mooch further on to the Temperate House for a riot of Japanese Cherry Trees, first planted in 1909. The Great Broad Walk Borders, only opened in 2016, stretch for 320 metres either side of the Broad Walk path and form the longest double herbaceous border in the country – and its simply out of this world in May.
WHERE TO STAY
Set on Nightingale Lane in Richmond, the Petersham Hotel has panoramic views over the Thames and offers stylish rooms mixing Victorian splendour with contemporary luxury."
"In 1788 Reynolds painted one of his best-known and most idyllic landscapes, The Thames from Richmond Hill. Very close to where he must have sketched this picture, visitors can stay at The Petersham Hotel. Just eight miles from the centre of London, the Petersham feels remarkably rural with panoramic views of the Thames and its water meadows. The hotel dates from the Victorian era but has a modern award-winning restaurant. Hampton Court Palace and the Royal Richmond Park are also nearby."
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Information on The Petersham Hotel , Nightingale Lane , Richmond
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: 5 Single, 42 Twin/Double, 12 River View Twin/Double, 1 Penthouse
|Room rates guide:||
Single from: £140.00
Suites from: £450.00
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Diners, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Romantic Details: River View rooms and Suites
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 4 Star, AA 2 Rosettes
LCD flat screen TV, Radio, direct dial telephone, Satellite channels, pay per view movies, Free Wi-Fi internet access, Hairdryer, safe, Luxury toiletries, bathrobes & slippers (in River View Rooms & The Penthouse), trouser press, Tea & coffee making facilities, 24hr Room Service
Garden, Civil Licences for 40 guests, Wedding Receptions for up to 60 guests, 5 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 35 delegates, Free Wi-Fi internet access
Wine Tasting, Degustation Menu, Murder Mystery
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Ham Polo Club, Several Golf Courses in 5-10 min driving distance, Tennis Courts in Richmond, Twickenham Rugby, Cycling in Richmond Park, Horse Riding / Equestrian in Ham, 5 min walk away, Jogging in Richmond Park and along The River Thames, Walking, Hiking, Scrambling, Trekking in Richmond Park, Wildlife & Bird Watching - plenty in the Petersham Meadows and along The River Thames
Boat trips along the Thames, Health spa (3 miles), Museums, Historic Palaces, parkland, Theatre, Shopping
|Local directions:||From London: Follow A4 Cromwell Rd towards Richmond A316. Continue through Richmond Town Centre A307 turn right after Bridge. Road forks take lower road. Hotel 1/4 mile on left on Nightingale Lane. From the North: M1 leave at Jnc 1. Follow A406 North Circular Rd to Chiswick onto A307 to Richmond Town Centre. (Follow instructions above). From West & South West: M4 to London leave at Junction 1. Head to Richmond via the Kew Bridge & A307 Chiswick High Rd. (Follow instructions above).|
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Nearest major airport:
Nearest railway stn:
London Heathrow (8 miles) (35 mins)
Richmond (1 mile) (5 mins)
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