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Hampton is a small village in the London Borough of Richmond, famous the world over as the location of King Henry VIII’s sprawling palace and gardens at Hampton Court. The immediate area is also a treasure trove of historical buildings, heritage sites and galleries.
Visitors will also be struck by the area’s natural attractions—with some beautiful stretches of the river Thames complemented by parks and lush green spaces—including the stunning grounds of Richmond park just a short distance away from the centre of the village. Of course, the area’s proximity to London also make it a gateway to the sights of the capital, as well as a great place from which to explore the natural beauty of Surrey.
The ideal location and blend of rural and metropolitan make Hampton a popular destination with tourists, as well as some of the most sought after commuter estate in the country.
Hampton is extremely popular with tourists all year round, and as such the area features numerous accommodation options. Generally people will either prefer to remain closer to the palace, or closer to the town proper next to Bushy Park. Of course, where you stay will depend on the reason for your visit. If you are planning to stay longer in the area, then it might prove more cost effective to consider a serviced apartment for the duration of your stay.
We are able to offer a range of such properties, which allow for a greater degree of flexibility and privacy than traditional accommodation. Each has been specially selected for its range of conveniences, the high standard of interior and desirability of location. Fully equipped kitchen facilities give you the option of taking care of your own nutritional requirements, whilst secure access and our customer service team give you peace of mind that you will enjoy a comfortable and relaxing stay in Hampton.
Naturally, the biggest attraction in the area is Hampton Court Palace, which draws millions of visitors from all over the world. Inside you can expect to find beautiful gardens, stately rooms and fascinating historical artifacts. Of course, there’s also the infamous maze and Europe’s longest grapevine! Around the village itself, there’s a good selection of pubs and restaurants, as well as some fantastic green spaces to enjoy a stroll. Hampton is an especially great place to visit for those who enjoy the outdoors, as it not only has Bushy and Richmond parks on its doorsteps, but also hosts its own lido.
The village has a small selection of shops, including a bicycle shop, wine cellar and general goods store, but anyone wanting some proper retail therapy are probably best off heading towards Wimbledon or London central.
Hampton is close enough to the capital that it is served by the city’s excellent public transport, with frequent trains and buses - including at night. There are regular bus routes into London, Croydon and Kingston, as well as to the surrounding villages.
There are two railway stations in the vicinity - Hampton and Hampton Court, the latter obviously being closer to the royal palace. Both feature routes towards Wandsworth, Richmond and Kingston, as well as up to four trains per hour into London central stations. Both stations are also covered by the Oyster payment scheme under Zone 6.
The immediate area is a great place to explore on foot, or rent a bicycle and take advantage of the extensive cycleways. Alternatively, black cabs and private hire firms offer a convenient means for travelling short distances.