Ten miles of Thames runs through Richmond connecting Hampton Court Palace to Kew Gardens. It's abundantly green and brimming with acres of Royal parkland, wildlife, historic houses, theatres and a stones throw from RFU Twickenham and Wimbledon. Borrow one of our Pashley bikes and find out for yourself.

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Royal Parks

2500 acres of verdant greenery.

Richmond Park

Bushy Park

Kew Gardens

London's largest World Heritage site offering unique landscapes, vistas and iconic architecture from every stage of the Gardens' history.

Riverhouse guests recieve a special rate when booking their tickets with us. 

Kew Gardens

Historic Houses and Palaces

Most visited in and around Richmond.

Hampton Court Palace

Ham House

Strawberry Hill House

Messing about on the River

Pleasure boats available to hire along the riverside near Richmond Bridge and passenger boats to Hampton Court, Kew Gardens and Central London from April-October.

Hire A Paddleboard During Your Stay

Sporting Fixtures

We're 3km away from RFU Twickenham Stadium and 12km to LTA Wimbledon home of the tennis championships. There's Ham Polo Club, the only one of its kind in London with a fixture running from June to October. And we're not far from the rip-rowing vantage points for annual Oxford vs Cambridge boat race

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Theatre & Cinema

The Orange Tree is a contemporary theatre, London’s only permanent theatre in the round, staging its own productions, and featuring new playwrights.  

Richmond Theatre a classic Victorian Theatre on Richmond Green, stages pre and post West End productions.

The Curzon Richmond Cinema shows the best in world and independent cinema. The Odeon has all the latest blockbusters. The Olympic Studios in neighbouring Barnes, screens the latest releases along with classic cinema with comfy, reclining seats