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Hampton

Charming tree-lined roads moments from the River Thames

"Watch the boats go by or drive your own boat along this stretch of the Thames at Hampton Court."

Sonia Gill

"Deer watching in Bushy Park is fantastic on the weekend!"

Greg Boxer

"As well as tours of the palace, which was once home to Henry VIII, there is plenty to see at Hampton Court, including beautiful gardens, a cafe and seasonal festivals."

Sonia Gill

What is your favourite place?

Where do Hampton locals go?

The Bell Inn

Voted one of the top 50 gastro pubs in the UK. On sunny days, grab one of the booths in the back garden.

The Albany

Fantastic gastro pub right on the River Thames opposite Hampton Court Palace.

Hampton Pool

Located right next to Bushy Park, it is open every day of the year! It holds frequent concerts around the pools that are always sold out. It's one of Hampton's hidden gems!

Bushy Park

Whether it's lazing away the summer days watching cricket with a pint from the clubhouse or taking a chilly winter walk to watch the deer, Bushy Park is always a winner!

Sigma Sport

Really popular cycling shop in the heart of Hampton Wick and right by Bushy Park.

Hampton Court Palace

A great day trip to see the palace where Henry VII once lived, the gardens and the maze.

The Pheasantry Café

A picturesque café and restaurant in the Woodland Gardens of Bushy Park. Great, fresh food, cakes, drinks and ice cream.

La Fiamma

With large windows opening directly onto Bushy Park, you can enjoy your fresh pizza while watching the deer roam by.

Squire's Garden Centre Café

Not just a garden centre. The renovated café is a lunch destination for locals in its own right.

Sidra Patisserie

Almost too good to share... Cakes, coffees, delicious wraps and sharing boards.

Crane Park

Encompassing two nature reserves and once home to The Hounslow Gunpowder Works, this beautiful park has some interesting historical features and is somewhere that we love to walk our dog.

The Teddington Arms

A great local pub along Teddington's High Street that does a fantastic Sunday lunch.

The Clock House

Friendly staff, always showing sports - whether it's football, cricket or darts - and a nice beer garden out the back with heaters for when it's chilly. Plus, they sell really good oysters!

Sunbury Walled Garden

A peaceful and safe two acre walled garden in Sunbury Park.

Retro Bistrot

An elegant, independent French restaurant on Teddington's High Street.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of The Moleseys, Teddington, Whitton, Thames Ditton, Twickenham, Ham, Kingston, Walton-on-Thames, Esher and Surbiton

What do you love about Hampton?

Why do you find Hampton a great place to live?

Jenny

"I like the outdoor heated swimming pool in Bushy Park – particularly in the winter with mist coming off the water – Hampton Court Palace and of course, the Thames and boating. "

December 2015

Georgie

"I love Hampton because of Bushy Park and the eccentric individuals that live in the area!"

January 2015

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"Playwright and Renaissance Man Sir Noel Coward lived at 131 Waldegrave Road, Teddington."

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  1. About Hampton

    Hampton is a suburban area, centred on an old village on the north bank of the River Thames, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. It is served by Hampton railway station. The Anglo-Saxon parish of Hampton included present-day Hampton, Hampton Hill, Hampton Wick and Hampton Court which together are called The Hamptons. The name Hampton may come from the Anglo-Saxon words hamm meaning an enclosure in the bend of a river and ton meaning farmstead or settlement. It is near Bushy Park and the shopping town of Kingston. The Hampton Heated Open Air Pool is one of the few such swimming pools remaining in Greater London. The riverside, on the reach above Molesey Lock, has many period buildings including Garrick's House and Shakespeare's Temple, also on the river is the Astoria Houseboat recording studio. Hampton Ferry provides access across the Thames to East Molesey.

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