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A locals' guide to Whitton

"Twickenham Green retains an old village green feel, with its cricket pitch and surrounding restaurants and cafes."

Stephen Morgan

"Looking out over Hounslow Heath, you forget you're in London."

Adam O'Leary

"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 Whitton locals go?

Twickenham Stadium

Stir the emotions with the pre-match national anthems!

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.

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.

Squire's Garden Centre Café

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

Peggy's Pantry

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

Ruben's Bakehouse

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

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!

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.

Strawberry Hill House

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

The Gurkha's Inn

Consistently rated on Trip Advisor as one of the best restaurants in Twickenham and always full.

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.

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!

St Margarets Fair

Held once a year, it's a great day out for all the family - live bands, face painting and traditional games.

York House Gardens

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

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Why do you find Whitton a great place to live?


"Whitton is perfect for us. We moved here last year from Balham to start a family as the schools in Richmond Upon Thames are highly rated. Whitton is the quiet part of Twickenham, where you get slightly more for your money. We looked at the Twickenham riverside area and neighbouring Teddington, which are also lovely, but we decided upon Whitton as we could get off-street parking for the same money and it's in the same postc... more

June 2015


"Whitton is a lovely place to live, some beautiful leafy roads, great schools and good local services. The transport links are brilliant, I can be in central London in 30 mins by train and on the M25 in 10 mins by driving down the M3. I have lived in the area now for 5 years. What a lot of people don't realise is that Whitton is actually part of Twickenham, but house prices are slightly more affordable and often the propert... more

March 2015


"Whitton is very peaceful and calm. The residents around where I live are quite friendly. The commute is very easy to central London as there is a direct National Rail service to Waterloo. All other interesting areas like Richmond, Twickenham and even Heathrow are close by. There are very nice parks not far like Richmond Park (my favourite) and Bushy Park....I love this area...."

February 2015


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"Twickenham Stadium is the largest rugby union stadium in the world and was built on the site where cabbages once grew, which is why it is alternatively known as the 'Cabbage Patch'."

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