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162 Portsmouth Road
Thames Ditton
Surrey

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Welcome to Raintree, leased in a detached property, a stone's throw away from the beautifil Thames River, 5 minutes from the historic Hampton Court and 20 minutes from Central London. All the rooms are of high quality, designed interiors, well maintained and serviced - charming & contemporary. We provide adding a touch of homeliness to our guests and provide a service second to none. Raintree is an ideal retreat for business or leisure traveller. Well Decorated Rooms,LCD Television,Coffee & Tea making facility,small Fridge in all Rooms.Free WI-FI.Free Car park. Location: around 1.5 miles from surbitom train station,Hampton court Nearest tourist attractions : Surbitton town, Kingston upon Thames, Kingston Museum & Heritage Service - 2 mile, Bushy Park, Historic Hampton court - 1 mile, Sandown Park Racecourse - 1 mile, Chessington world of adventures - 2 mile. Kempton Park Racecourse - 3 miles We also have a Indian Restaurant inside, Serving finest Indian Cuisine. Room Guests gets 15% discount on foods and a free Drink Indian restaurant Menu consists of classical dishes from throughout India but specialized in South Indian food. Our dishes are prepared authentically & freshly and complete attention paid towards food preparation. The restaurant seats around 80 and is available for private entertainment. We offer full outdoor catering services.

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