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Hobart Hall Hotel
43-47 Petersham Rd
Richmond-upon-Thames
Surrey

TW10 6UL | View map

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Imposing Hobart Hall is set on the banks of the River Thames, close to Richmond Bridge. Connoisseurs of antiquity and those in search of peaceful surroundings will find their needs fulfilled. Located on a stretch of the Thames renowned for its outstanding beauty, the hotel offers its patrons a unique combination of luxury and history.
Wireless internet access is available in the lounge area.
Please note that there is no lift at the hotel.

Our gardens take you down to the Thames embankment where pleasure craft can take you to many places of historical interest, including the ancient coronation town of Kingston, Hampton Court Palace and the famous Teddington Locks. There are many beautiful walks along the river, such as to the enchanting village of Petersham across the meadows, or a little further along to Ham Common with its entrance to Richmond Royal Park and its herds of roaming deer. Despite the fact that little now remains of the Royal Palace, frequented and lived in by many members of the Royal Family and nobility up to the 17th century, Richmond is still steeped in its Royal history, with many of the fine stately homes in use and visited by the public. Hobart Hall was by contemporary standards one of the smaller houses, but nevertheless has many interesting associations with that period.

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