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Teddington

Delightful village on the Thames with many independent shops and cafes

"Teddington Lock marks the end of the tidal Thames - and effectively the UK's coastline..."

Andrew Gillies

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

Greg Boxer

"Strawberry Hill House is a stunning place. Enjoy the gardens for free or take a breather in their nice café round the back."

Adam O'Leary

What is your favourite place?

Where do Teddington locals go?

The Anglers

With the largest outdoor area of any pub around, The Anglers, on the banks of the Thames, is the place to go to when the sun shines.

Retro Bistrot

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

The Fallow Deer

Insanely popular vintage café-cum-restaurant in Teddington. And rightly so.

Flying Cloud

Delicious ice creams, cakes and coffee from a vintage airstream trailer next to the Thames.

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!

Sidra Patisserie

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

The Teddington Arms

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

The Pheasantry Café

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

Strawberry Hill House

With its free to access gardens and a delicious café, Strawberry Hill House is a peaceful local hideaway.

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!

Peggy's Pantry

This little café may be small, but it's the perfect place for a relaxing cake and coffee.

Squire's Garden Centre Café

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

Alexander Pope

A great pub for a big get-together near the River Thames.

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!

Ruben's Bakehouse

Enjoy artisan breads and amazing pizzas in this fantastic local bakery.

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Ham, Twickenham, Hampton, Kingston, Whitton, St Margarets, The Moleseys, Thames Ditton, Richmond and Surbiton

What do you love about Teddington?

Why do you find Teddington a great place to live?

Oliver

"The Fallow Deer is also a little-known gem in Teddington that has great cocktails, food and atmosphere."

April 2015

Sahman

"Teddington is a beautiful area."

January 2015

Lucy

"I love Bushy Park with its woodland gardens, deer, play area with large sandpit and cafe."

January 2015

Local resident

"Teddington has some of the best primary schools in the area. "

May 2013

Jay

"Bushy Park!"

August 2012

Local resident

"Teddington is such a lovely, relaxing, green place to live."

October 2011

Local resident

"Teddington Lock. The Anglers pub by the river. Bushy Park. Park Lane Stables. Great shops. Great cafes. Great restaurants. Love it!"

July 2011

Steve M

"Teddington is a beautiful area with a strong, peaceful family atmosphere. There are some really pretty streets with lots green space on your doorstep, such as Bushy Park and Hampton Court park, the River Thames and lots of smaller little parks and playgrounds. The highstreet is divided into two parts - the newer section with typical convenient high street shops - and the more independent section towards the river. All in all, ... more

May 2011

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

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  1. About Teddington

    Teddington is a suburban area in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames in south west London, on the north bank of the River Thames, between Hampton Wick and Twickenham. It stretches inland from the River Thames to Bushy Park. Teddington is mostly residential but is bisected by an almost continuous road of shops, offices and other facilities running from the river to Bushy Park. There are three clusters of offices on this route. Around Teddington Station and the town centre are a number of offices in industries such as Direct Marketing and IT. Several riverside businesses and houses were redeveloped in the last quarter of the twentieth century as blocks of riverside flats. The area has been described in the national press as "leafy". Teddington gives its name to Teddington Lock, which is across the river at Ham and is accessible via the Teddington Lock Footbridges. This marks the upstream limit of the Tideway and is a complex of three locks of which the barge lock at 650 feet (nearly 200 metres) is the longest on the River Thames.

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