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Hampton Court


County - Surrey | Map
Tel code: 0208 | code search
Postcode: KT8 | code search
Population: 100
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Birthplace of:
Edward VI
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Hauntings and Ghosts:
Catherine Howard Haunts Hampton Court
Folk Customs:
Chertsey Black Cherry Fair
Guildford's Dicey Maids
Inspecting the Gibson Tomb

Hampton Court Events

Chestnut Sunday

Hampton Court Palace Festival

Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink
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Carlton Mitre
"Lovely setting by the river and opp Hampton Court Palace. Our room was very small and at £165 per night a bit expensive! also as breakfast was £25 extra each!!. ..." More

Carlton Mitre
"Good Points: Very friendly and helpful staff that made you feel welcome. Bad Points: Only one set of towels in the bath room could have done with two as two people ..." More

Kings Arms
"Good Points: Staff were welcoming but nicely relaxed as well - the perfect balance. Breakfast was great. General review: Very enjoyable

Date visited: 2010-01-22 ..." More

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"If you are visiting the area try and get over to the kings arms hotel Just by the maze great old english building very friendly and good selection for lunch ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Hampton Court | 10 Places to Stay

Hampton Court Palace is a warm red bricked masterpiece, whose conception was started in Medieval times by Cardinal Wolsey, when he failed to help Henry V111 divorce his wife, he lost the Palace to Henry, who re-built, extended, and sumptuously furnished the many rooms and apartments. Famous visitors included William Shakespeare who entertained royalty with his plays. Charles 1 was brought to the Palace as a prisoner during the Civil War, Oliver Cromwell enjoyed hunting when he stayed here, and William and Mary commissioned Christopher Wren to re build elegant parts of it. Standing on the banks of the River Thames the resplendent façade hints of the wonders on offer inside. The Great Hall where Tudor Feasts were enjoyed, the Tudor Kitchens that relives the heat, smells and hustle and bustle of that time. Or follow in famous footsteps as you walk along the Haunted Gallery, perhaps see the ghost of Catherine Howard, who ran along this corridor to beg forgiveness of Henry before she was executed at the Tower Of London. The Chapel Royal will cloak it’s visitor in a veil of history reversed, as the splendour forges links with the past. Outside, the Palace sits within 750 acres of Parkland, and 60 acres of enchanting gardens, with a rich tapestry of colour, and fountains that sparkle in the sunlight are only surpassed by Mother Nature’s Palette . Guides in period dress take their visitor on a memorable journey where fine furniture and paintings mingle with memories of the Maze. A visit to Hampton Court is a key to a treasure chest of wonders waiting to be shared.


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White Hart Hotel (0.04 miles)

White Hart Hotel

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The White Hart Kingston boasts 37 bedrooms that have all been stylishly furnished to the highest standard and include four outstanding luxury suites. Close to the River Thames, the hotel ... More


Chase Lodge Hotel (0.15 miles)

Chase Lodge Hotel
Small first class independent hotel set in quiet conservation area, yet close to River Thames. Wonderful shopping, many historic places including Hampton Court Palace. 23 minutes by train to the centre of London and 20 minutes from Heathrow.

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Travelodge Kingston Upon Thames Central (0.46 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Kingston upon Thames (0.55 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Middle Mill Hall (0.77 miles)

Middle Mill Hall

Situated in a gated cul-de-sac, Middle Mill Hall of Residence in Kingston provides single bedrooms arranged in self catering flats of four to eight with communal kitchen and bathroom facilities and 24 hour security.

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Antoinette Hotel Kingston (0.82 miles)

Antoinette Hotel Kingston

Antoinette Hotel ~ Kingston is the largest and most established hotel in Kingston upon Thames. All rooms have television, hospitality tray, hairdryer, direct dial telephone, desk, free wi-fi access, and well appointed bathroom. ... More | visit website

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Liongate Hotel (1.14 miles)

Liongate Hotel

A traditional building on the outside with a clean, modern feel inside. A new management team are ready to welcome you to your home in Hampton Court. The Liongate is a traditional English town house dating ... More | visit website

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Villiers Lodge (1.16 miles)

Villiers Lodge

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This grand Victorian luxurious bed and breakfast guest house has been completely refurbished and restored to boast all its original period features throughout the property.
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Middle Cottage (1.25 miles)

Middle Cottage

Jon and Sarah warmly welcome you to Middle Cottage, a boutique B&B situated next to the beautiful Teddington Lock on the River Thames. We are perfectly placed for visits to the wonderful open spaces of ... More | visit website

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Craven House Apartments (1.25 miles)

Craven House Apartments
Craven House apartments offer the very best in quality, elegance and friendly service.

All our accommodation includes ultra-modern features, beautiful furniture and plenty of space to relax, entertain friends or host meetings. We will provide ... More | visit website

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