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With its riverside location, exciting array of restaurants and green spaces, it is no wonder that Twickenham is becoming an increasingly popular district in West London with young professionals and families. Home of English rugby union, Twickenham is home to such historic attractions as Marble Hill and Strawberry Hill House.
Lined with a collection of high street stores, boutiques, antique stores and local businesses, Twickenham High Street is a thriving community in itself. However, a short walk will lead guests to the iconic River Thames. Here guests will discover a range of independent restaurants, cafes and pubs.
Providing excellent transport links to central London’s major business and tourist hubs, Twickenham Train Station is a short journey from all our properties. Additionally, Twickenham Train Station offers access to some of West London’s most picturesque districts, such as Kew, Richmond and Chiswick.
In recent years, serviced apartments in London have become a popular alternative to traditional forms of accommodation. Offering short stay apartments, studio apartments, holiday apartments and corporate housing, our apartments are self-catering, providing guests with an essential home from home experience.
thesqua.re’s accommodation in Twickenham features a spacious, tastefully decorated, living area complete with a home entertainment system, a fully equipped modern kitchen, peaceful bedrooms replete with comfortable beds, and a bathroom that offers both bathing and showering facilities. Additionally, each apartment features a regular housekeeping service, complimentary Wi-Fi, a 24 hour concierge, a parking space and a secure entry system.
An affluent suburb of West London, Twickenham possesses an extensive town centre composed of high street stores, restaurants, bars, and cafes. Twickenham, though, is perhaps best known as the home of England’s rugby union team. Twickenham Stadium, the world’s largest dedicated rugby stadium, is located just outside of town- regular tours of the stadium are available.
Twickenham and the surrounding area contains three period mansions: Marble Hill, Strawberry Hill House and York House. Architecturally, the most impressive is Strawberry Hill House. A neo-gothic prototype designed by Horace Walpole, Strawberry Hill is open to the public throughout the year. Richmond Park, located a short bus journey from Twickenham, is London’s largest Royal Park. Containing tropical plants and wildlife, Richmond Park is an ideal place to take in some of the famous English sun.
Located in Zone 5, Twickenham Railway Station is located in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames. Served by the South Western Railway, the train is the most popular and efficient means of travelling to central London. Services regularly run to London Waterloo- here guests will be able travel to Canary Wharf, Liverpool Street and Bank. Moreover, Twickenham Station offers access to Richmond, Clapham, Hounslow, Putney and Wimbledon.
A short walk away, King Street is served by a number of London Buses routes. Trains to Heathrow International Airport, Gatwick, London City and Stansted run from locations across central London.