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Explore parkland and peaceful roads in this commuter hotspot

"The great thing about Osterley is its transport links, with frequent Piccadilly line services to Heathrow and central London and the A4 nearby too."

Tim Perks

"The moment you enter through the gates of Syon House and drive up through the meadow, the surrounding hustle and bustle just seems to melt away..."

Leanna Sharman

"I love the twisty river walk through Old Isleworth past the old boat building cranes and beautiful old houses."

Ivanka Modesteva-Gyurova

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Where do Osterley locals go?

Osterley Park

Run by the National Trust, it's a fab place to spend a sunny Sunday afternoon - walks by the lake, space for frizbie, or a cream tea at the café.

Osterley Park Farm Shop

Just along the drive into Osterley Park is this great farm shop that is open all weekend!

Osterley Wyevale Garden Centre

A huge range of pretty flowers, homeware and a fish store with some incredible breeds of fish. If you're tired of looking at all of that, you can stop and have a scone and a cup of tea - beautiful!

Lampton Park

I often walk my dog in this park. It's a lovely green space in the summer and there's a children's play area too.

Delhi Wala

The most delicious sweet and savoury Indian snacks you will ever taste!

West 7 Reclamation

Doors, floors, fireplaces and anything in between. Perfect if you're looking for something unique!

The London Apprentice

Set along the River Thames, this pub is the most famous and possibly oldest in Isleworth.

Town Wharf

The place to visit on the River Thames when you come to Old Isleworth. Great food and an amazing location!

Syon Park

As well as Syon House and its gardens by the River Thames, there is a café, garden centre and the new Hilton hotel nearby.

Time

Time is in a lovely little bubble of shops along the River Brent. Lots of nice wraps and salads, great brunch options and with a great view as a bonus! Make sure you sit by the many windows.

The Weir

Once home to J. M. W Turner, The Weir is a fantastic gastro pub serving hearty meals.

The Clocktower Café

A lovely community coffee shop that serves great coffee and fantastic breakfasts, from a traditional English with all the trimmings, to a mountain of American style pancakes with lashings of maple syrup and a side of bacon.

Twickenham Stadium

Stir the emotions with the pre-match national anthems!

The Lord Nelson

A charming local pub enclosed by the surrounding houses, making it the perfect spot for a quiet drink.

Parkers

Parkers of Northfields is a local institution that sells amazing sandwiches and fantastic pies at prices to suit everyone, as well as freshly made bread and pastries.

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"In 1911 The 11 year old Hon Mrs Victor Bruce used to bomb around Osterley on her brother's motorcycle with her collie dog in the sidecar. Her wings were clipped however when she was done for speeding and was banned from riding until she was 16!"

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  1. About Osterley

    Osterley is a district in the London Borough of Hounslow in west London. It is situated approximately 10 miles (16.1 km) west south-west of Charing Cross. Osterley lies north of the A4 (The Great West Road) and extends further northwards beyond the M4 Motorway. Syon Lane forms the border to the east, while the border with the town of Heston lies to the west. Osterley is principally a rural district encompassing the large ancestral private estate of Osterley Park and its house. These were formerly owned by the Jersey family and were used during World War II as the home for Tom Wintringham's Home Guard training school. They are now National Trust property. During the inter-war period of the 1930s when the Great West Road was completed ribbon development housing appeared, and this gradually expanded to form the comparatively small residential sections within Osterley.

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