|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Garden Cottage has double aspect sitting room and dining room with double doors leading out onto the terrace and garden.
Flat screen digital smart TV with complimentary Netflix subscription and wireless broadband.
Compact fully equipped kitchen overlooking the garden, with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave and multi fuel cooker.
Gas central heating and constant hot water.
Also downstairs, a small fully tiled bathroom with white suite, with both a hand shower and a proper shower over the bath.
Open staircase leads to two bedrooms, the larger bedroom has a standard double divan and the small bedroom two single divans.
Beautiful private garden with roses and honeysuckle, as well as many containers with bamboo, magnolia and flowering shrubs. Patio with table and chairs.
A pair of stylish Victorian cottages with a modern interiors, which back onto beautiful Marble Hill House and park, which in turn sweeps down to the River Thames between Richmond and Twickenham Riverside. The cottages are located in one of the most prestigious streets in the area, surrounded by stunning early eighteenth century architecture, with two houses boasting blue plaques. There is no through traffic making the street very quiet. Both cottages have a sitting room and open plan dining room and kitchen. The kitchen is fully fitted with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave, gas hob and electric oven. Modern bathroom with shower over the bath. Two bedrooms, one double and one with two singles. Terrace Cottage has a secluded roof terrace accessed through double doors in the smaller bedroom and Garden Cottage has a lovely garden accessed from the dining room. Flat screen digital TV, DVD player, wireless broadband and a selection of books, dvds and games.
Residents parking permit available, please ask.
I purchased Garden Cottage as a pied-a-terre while filming for the BBC and it is still our family holiday home today. I acquired Terrace Cottage more recently and it is let the majority of the time as a holiday rental.
Val Metheringham purchased this cottage in 2003
The cottages are located in one of the loveliest streets in the area and is surrounded by stunning eighteenth century architecture, including two houses with blue plaques. There is no through traffic and it is just a short walk to the river with lovely riverside walks. A twelve minute walk to Richmond Bridge and there is very good public transport. A tranquil setting, but within easy reach of shops, restaurants, theatres and cinemas and only 25 mins into the centre of London.
A beautiful and peaceful setting, but within easy reach of shops, restaurants and pubs and only 25 minutes to the hustle and bustle of Central London.
A pretty and secluded roof terrace to enjoy a drink, read a book, play a game of scrabble or just enjoy the sun.
All the positive things that others have said are true, so I won't repeat them. Suffice it to say that I couldn't leave without booking a return visit.
This is a lovely, quiet, restful place to stay. The property was well maintained, clean, with literature on how the appliances, wifi, etc. worked. The location is 10 min from the train station and closer to regular bus service; and a short walk to the Thames; 30 minute by train to London Waterloo. We found two great pubs and enjoyed our time so much we want to go back!
We stayed at the start of June 2015 with our two girls (3 and 5). This is such a lovely cottage - really peaceful and lovely having some outside space. It is also so close to everything you need. We had picnics in the park which is literally just round the corner, yet were only 10 mins walk from the station to get into London if that is what you fancy. St Margarets is lovely and has enough coffee shops and restaurants to keep anyone going!
The cottage itself was perfect for what we wanted - it isn't huge but the four of us had plenty of space, even with all of the stuff the young children bring with them! The small touches like handwash, washing up liquid, kitchen towel etc make life much easier. We hope to come again.
We stayed in the Garden Cottage - a party of 4 adults and 1 small dog - who loved the small, patio garden. The cottage is comfortable and well supplied with the basic necessities that you need on arrival. It is located in a peaceful cul-de-sac and conveniently situated for public transportation links to Hampton Court Palace and the City of London.
Val, the owner was extremely helpful at all times and provided us with excellent information on how best to travel into London. Following her advice we walked (about 8 mins) from the cottage to St. Margaret's station, caught the above ground train to Waterloo, then a quick and easy change to the Bakerloo line into Piccadilly.Total travel time from cottage - 45-50 mins.
Upon departure from the cottage, Val followed up with us regarding our stay and promptly returned our security deposit. This is the mark of a very good hostess!
And thank you to Freddie for checking us in on the Sunday.
We thoroughly enjoyed our week's stay in this lovely cottage. It is in a delightful location in a quiet cul-de-sac with the river walk and parks close by. There is a local bus stop at the top of the road and St Margarets train station is within easy walking distance.
The description of the cottage was quite accurate. It was very comfortable & provided me with a good base & also allowed me plenty of opportunity to entertain my two children & grandchildren who have moved to England from Australia. I also brought my daughter & another grandchild & all amenities required for a baby were provided including a stair barrier. The location to transport was excellent & the streetscape delightful. We hired a car which wasn't necessary as buses to the airport & Hampton Court were nearby as was St Margaret's station. Restaurants were plentiful nearby so it all made for an easy stay. The owner is a great communicator & was in touch via text to ensure we were happy. Excellent.
The cottage is within a short walking distance of St. Margaret's Village for local shops, restaurants, pubs, Twickenham Film Studios and St. Margarets station, with direct trains to London Waterloo, as well as Wimbledon and Kingston upon Thames. A twelve minute walk to Richmond, which has great shops, theatres, cinemas, riverside restaurants and bars and river trips to Westminster, Greenwich and Hampton Court. Richmond Station has trains to Londo Waterloo, as well as Windsor and Eton Riverside and Ascot and there is also of course the London underground serving the whole of London. Bus shop within a few yards of the cottage with numerous buses to Richmond, Twickenham, Kew, Heathrow, Hammersmith and Hampton Court. Ferry service across the Thames to Ham House, Petersham Polo Ground and Richmond Park or walk along the tow-path to both Richmond and Twickenham. On th doorstep beautiful Marble Hill House and Park, the River Thames, Turners House, Orleans House and York Gardens, also within very easy reach are Kew Gardens, Strawberry Hill House, Richmond Park, Bushey Park, Twickenham Rugby Ground, Syon House, Ham House, Eel Pie Island and Hampton Court Palace.