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The Moleseys

Delightful villages offer a riverside retreat from the hustle and bustle of the capita

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

Sonia Gill

"I love walking through the beautifully planted gardens at Hampton Court Palace on a sunny day."

Ivanka Modesteva-Gyurova

"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

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Where do The Moleseys locals go?

Hampton Court Palace

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

The Albany

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

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.

La Fiamma

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

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!

The Pheasantry Café

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

Stitchery

A card and gift shop on Thames Ditton's High Street.

Sunbury Walled Garden

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

Sidra Patisserie

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

G!RO

Not just for cyclists, this café at the end of Esher's High Street does fantastic coffee and gluten free snacks.

The Teddington Arms

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

The Harts Boatyard

With large windows overlooking the Thames, this delightful restaurant makes it feel as if you're dining on a ship!

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!

Retro Bistrot

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

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

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Child-friendly activities near The Moleseys

Baby Sensory at Vera Fletcher Hall

The Vera Fletcher Hall
Baby Sensory classes provide an exciting activity, which will be fun for you and will help with your baby's sensory development. Call Sari who will arrange for you and your baby to visit one of their classes. Website

Mummy & Me Ballet Class (Ages 18 Months-3 Years) at Vera Fletcher Hall

The Vera Fletcher Hall
An early introduction to ballet and movement where your little ones can transform into fairies, butterflies and everything magical. There will also be well known activity songs with which the children will be familiar and love to sing along to. It aims to develop listening skills, memory, co-ordination and basic motor skills through creative movement. The best bit about this class is that the mums, dads and carers can join in too. Website

Catch-A-Balls: Classes (Ages 2.5-3.5 years) at Vera Fletcher Hall

The Vera Fletcher Hall
Catch-a-Balls classes are ball skills and movement classes for pre-school children. We use a variety of equipment including large and small balls, hoops, scarves, balloons and beanbags. Website

Ragamuffins Play Cafe

Ragamuffins Play Cafe
Unique play cafe specifically designed for toddlers and babies. A lovely place to relax and watch your children have fun. Please note this Cafe CLOSED DOWN in September 2014.

Hampton Pool

Hampton Pool
Described by the Sunday Times as "one of Britain's coolest, biggest, hippest pools", this heated open air pool has a small teaching pool that is ideal for little ones, dedicated parent/toddler sessions and special holiday camps for kids aged 4-12. Website

Tiny Tunes - Teddington

Teddington Baptist Church
Tiny Tunes provide 3 months - 5 years pay as you go Music and Dance Classes, Nursery Sessions and Parties in London, Middlesex, Surrey & Berkshire . Hide under a parachute, wave the pom poms, meet Mr Tiny, shake the maracas, dance with bubbles and sing along! As well as the all time favourite rhymes and songs, Tiny Tunes gets the little ones dancing to some of the well known pop classics! Price: £5 per child ( £2.50 Siblings) Pay as you go so you just turn up! Website
  1. About The Moleseys

    Molesey is a town in the Elmbridge district of Surrey. Situated in the Greater London Urban Area, approximately 13 miles from Charing Cross, it is a typical suburban area. There are two distinct areas in the town: West and East Molesey. Neighbouring towns are Walton-on-Thames and Sunbury-on-Thames and Kingston-upon-Thames; nearby villages include Thames Ditton and Hampton. There is lots of buses from West Molesey to Kingston and you can go from Kingston to Central London. Hampton Court Palace is reachable from East Molesey by Hampton Court Bridge. Molesey Lock is just above the bridge. East Molesey boasts some interesting landmarks. Molesey lies south of the River Thames and bears several large reservoirs which provide water for central London. Some of these are now empty and are being converted into nature reserves.

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