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Riverside allure – delightful roads lend picturesque views

"There are some fantastic views along The Embankment in Twickenham looking towards Eel Pie Island!"

Adam O'Leary

"Twickenham has a lot to offer, including many pubs by the Thames with gardens that open out right onto the river bank."

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 Twickenham locals go?

North Stables Café

A quirky place for a coffee and cake, while walking along Twickenham's Riverside.

York House Gardens

A beautiful garden on the banks of Thames in Twickenham with sculptures made from renowned Italian white Carrara marble.

The Fox

Affording a rich history, The Fox has stood on this site since 1670. It serves real ale and British food in its characterful, cosy interior.

Peggy's Pantry

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

Twickenham Fine Ales

London's oldest micro-brewery. There is a bar that is very popular with the Rugby crowd and they also do tours.

Strawberry Hill House

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

Church Street

Church Street is a historic street in Twickenham full of the best bakeries, cafes and restaurants. It is the road you want to visit when coming to Twickenham!

The Cabbage Patch

Taking its name from nearby Twickenham Stadium's nickname, The Cabbage Patch deserves the Triple Crown honour as THE rugby pub in London, if not the UK!

The Aleksander

Under new management, this pub is a great stop off when walking between Twickenham and Richmond!

The Crown

Gorgeous gastro pub near Marble Hill Park - great for Sunday roasts but book ahead!

Alexander Pope

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

Harris + Hoole

There are some delicious coffees and cakes on offer in this popular, relaxing café.

Ruben's Bakehouse

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

Ches's Trattoria

During the day this place functions as a greasy spoon café usually full of builders, but in the evening it turns into an amazing, authentic, family run Italian restaurant. The food is to die for and because they don't have an alcohol licence, its BYOB!

The Turk's Head

Great pub, great food and a great atmosphere! They always play rugby on the TVs too.

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What do you love about Twickenham?

Why do you find Twickenham a great place to live?


"A beautiful leafy suburb with great local schools and excellent transport links. We really like Crane Park for a long dog walk with its nature reserve and shot tower. The Whitton part of Twickenham has a quieter feel and 1930s charm. "

November 2015


"I love watching the cricket on Twickenham Green in the summer. There are also some fantastic river walks in the area and on a summer's day, famous Marble Hill Park is great for a picnic."

April 2015


"Twickenham is a town of three parts - the beautiful old part, the modern high street and the quiet, residential Twickenham Green area."

February 2015


"Beautiful parks, great schools, close to London on the Overground and lots of waterways and wildlife."

February 2015


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"In the mid-1700s, Horace Walpole bought Strawberry Hill House and transformed it into a gothic villa. It was here that he was inspired to write what is considered the first ever gothic novel, 'Castle of Otranto'."

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  1. About Twickenham

    Twickenham is a large suburban town 10 miles southwest of central London and the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. As part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, Twickenham expanded and increased in population. There are a large number of fine houses in the area, many of them Victorian. Twickenham is bordered on the south-eastern side by the River Thames and Eel Pie Island — which is connected to the Twickenham embankment by a narrow footbridge erected in 1957, prior to which access was by means of a hand-operated ferry that was hauled across using a chain on the riverbed. The land adjacent to the river, from Strawberry Hill in the south to Marble Hill Park in the north, is occupied by a mixture of luxury dwellings, formal gardens, public houses and a newly built park and leisure facility.

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