You'll be treated like royalty at this Hampton Court hotel!
Product: whiteharthoteluk. co.uk Price: £139.00 Rating: ★★★★★ (5/5)
As the River Thames winds its way westwards out of London, it becomes a picturesque backdrop for the well-to-do town of Richmond, the bustling streets of Kingston and Hampton Court Palace, famous home of Henry VIII.
The White Hart Hotel in the heart of Hampton Wick, Kingston, was the perfect base for a weekend spent exploring the local sights.
Owned by pub chain Fuller’s, the hotel has recently had a full refurbishment including all 37 of its bedrooms. We stayed in one of the newly-styled Deluxe King rooms – it was spacious and tastefully decorated with a White Hart theme. It featured an iPod docking station, Nespresso coffee machine, huge shower and a very comfy king-size bed.
The hotel may be owned by a pub chain, but this is not ‘pub-style’ accommodation in any sense. From the fabulous welcome to the luxurious room and sumptuous breakfast, we really were treated like royalty!
We were a little early in arriving, but this wasn't a problem, our suitcases were taken up to our room while we settled down for a well-deserved lunch in the restaurant. The food was excellent and reasonably priced, with an extensive menu of freshly prepared dishes. We weren't drinking, but there were lots of beers on tap to choose from; it would be heaven for a real ale fan! We left our car in the free (to patrons) car park while we strolled over the bridge into Kingston, then took a drive to Hampton Court, just a couple of miles away and relaxed by the river, watching the boats go by. There are several boat clubs along this very green stretch of the Thames as well as homes of the rich and famous to admire.
We returned for an excellent night's sleep and best of all (in my view!) a cup of espresso from the in-room machine in the morning!
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