all year, restaurant closed Sun evening.
bar, restaurant, function room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, terrace, garden, unsuitable for disabled.
in lounge bar and restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
all major cards.
 room only from £130. Set week day lunch/dinner £17–£20, tasting menu £50, à la carte £47, continental breakfast buffet £12.50 (plus 12½% discretionary service charge).
Good Hotel Guide Review
Come twilight, this chic riverside hotel/restaurant glows over the Thames. ‘Close enough to London to get all the benefits of the city, but far enough away to be tranquil’, it is owned by mother-and-daughter team Ruth and Samantha Trinder, who transformed two Grade II listed 18th-century houses into a refined, modern space with ‘sumptuous’ interiors. Take tea or sip cocktails under the glass chandelier in the ‘magnificent’ bar/lounge; in the evening, book a spot for chef Andrew Cole’s unpretentious modern meals, well supplied by produce from the potager. In warm months, French doors in the plush restaurant open on to a balcony for alfresco dining. Later, retire to one of the Art Deco-inspired bedrooms – ask for one with a view over the river. Need help unwinding? Book an in-room holistic treatment from eco-friendly sister company Bhuti, up the street. In the morning, a buffet holds thick yogurt, fruit compotes, cereals, pastries; hot dishes are cooked to order. On a lazy Sunday, linger over lunch (now served till late) or borrow one of the hotel’s Pashley bicycles – Richmond Park is minutes away.
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