Bingham

Come twilight, this chic riverside hotel/restaurant glows over the Thames. More

Contact details

Bingham
61–63 Petersham Road
Richmond-upon-Thames
Surrey
TW10 6UT
England
020 8940 0902
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Hotel information

Bedrooms

15.

Open

all year, restaurant closed Sun evening.

Facilities

bar, restaurant, function room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, terrace, garden, unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

in lounge bar and restaurant.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

all major cards.

Prices

[2017] 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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Bingham
61–63 Petersham Road
Richmond-upon-Thames
Surrey
TW10 6UT

Guest comments

'Lovely outlook over the river. No traffic noise. Staff were mostly young, foreign and helpful. Very good food, though portions not suitable for rugby players. Poor bedside lighting. ' - JW - March, 2014
'A hidden gem, near enough to London to get all the benefits but far enough away to be tranquil, and with beautiful views of the Thames and surrounding countryside to boot. The interior is sumptuous. The staff couldn't do enough to help. The restaurant has amazing food and one of the best views you could hope for in London. It's not cheap, but the price is completely justified for the experience. ' - MM - September, 2013

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