The pastoral vista from Richmond Hill has inspired painters and poets for centuries and still beguiles. It’s the only view (which...
Marble Hill House
An 18th-century Palladian peach conceived as an idyllic escape from the hurly-burly of city life, this majestic love nest was originally...
This five-span bridge, built in 1777, is London’s oldest surviving crossing and was only widened for traffic in 1937.
This wonderful, almost churchlike place with stone walls and an open fire is a great pub facing Richmond Park’s Petersham entrance....
Petersham Nurseries Cafe
In a greenhouse at the back of the fabulously located Petersham Nurseries is this award-winning cafe straight out of the pages of The...
Petersham Meadows information
Pastoral Petersham Meadows – where cows still graze - is a bucolic slice of rural England and were once part of the Ham House estate.