Teddington Accommodation and Other Services
RambleFest lists details of Teddington accommodation and other services, including contact info, and website and location links.
Teddington is on the Thames Path. Teddington map
Here endeth RambleFest’s listings of the Thames Path accommodation, pubs, etc. After Teddington the Path is too urban for our liking, and there are just too many listings to fit in!
If you are continuing to the end, good luck, and if you are finishing at Teddington then treat yourself to a hearty meal and a pint.
12 Ferry Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 9NN
Tel: 07775 803664
Type: B&B Accommodation
The Park Hotel
19 Park Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 0AB
Type: Hotel accommodation, Restaurant and Bar
Info: Quite far from the Thames Path, but close to the railway station.
“The Park is an iconic landmark set in the heart of Teddington which has been sympathetically renovated, inspired by the beauty of Bushy Park and history of Hampton Court Palace. With it’s grand decor and imposing fireplaces, it’s the perfect place for a cycle stop to refuel, soak up the Spring sunshine on the sunny terrace or, if beer is more your style, enjoy a local real ale with a newspaper in a cosy corner in the pub.
Ideally located next to Teddington railway station, you will be just 30 minutes from central London and from Heathrow Airport. With it’s onsite parking, the hotel is the perfect choice for your leisure visit to Twickenham Stadium or executive stay.
Our grand, Grade II listed Victorian hotel boasts 44 bedrooms, including classic, superior and 3 beautifully refurbished feature rooms. Not only does our hotel feel like a home away from home, you’ll also enjoy many luxuries such as Sky TV, Green & Spring toiletries, Hypnos beds, crisp cotton linen and big fluffy towels.”
There are too many to list. We will add by recommendation. Many of the pubs listed below serve food.
57, Park Rd, Teddington, Middlesex TW11 0AU
Tel: 020 8977 3616
Type: Pub and Restaurant
Info: Close to railway station. Shepherd Neame pub. Real ale.
“A traditional pub named after the 19th Century Queen Consort, the Adelaide serves up royal fare in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
A popular place to dine, the pub offers a menu of traditional pub classics including a Sunday roast – while those just popping in for a pint can savour a range of ales and lagers from Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame.
In winter you can warm yourself by the fire here, while in summer you can head for the manicured lawn of the beer garden which also has a big screen TV. Having won the Shepherd Neame Best Flowers Display award and the Richmoind Borough in Bloom Gold Award in 2017, it’s an understandably popular place to while away a summer’s afternoon…”
58, Broad Street, Teddington, Middlesex TW11 8QY
Tel: 020 8943 9192
Type: Gastro Pub
Info: Fuller’s pub. Food served. Real ale.
“A freshly refurbished gastro-pub in Teddington, The Hogarth promises contemporary good looks, delicious drinks and pub food the way it’s meant to be. Decked out in modern ‘shabby chic’ style, the pub boasts a separate bar and dining area, and a sun-trap garden for summer.
One of Teddington’s top dining destinations, The Hogarth serves a first-class modern menu crafted by Head Chef Michael Humphries. The deliciousness is in the detail here – with even our bar snacks made fresh every day, right down to our own homemade crisps with flavoured salts.”
123, High Street, Teddington, Middlesex TW11 8HG
Tel: 020 8943 2259
Info: food served
“The King’s Head pub in Teddington is an award-winning local, and the original White Brasserie pub.
It exemplifies everything that is quite simply fantastic about a White Brasserie pub. Maybe it’s the history of the building that gives The King’s Head its appeal, or it could be Polly and her team – who are undeniably charming, attentive and knowledgeable. Our regulars love us for the relaxed and cosy atmosphere. Pop by to take a look at our gorgeous refurb – enjoy the large bar, inviting snugs, open fireplaces and a wonderful walled patio at the back.”
The Masons Arms
41, Walpole Road, Teddington, Middlesex TW11 8PJ
Tel: 020 8977 6521
Info: Real ale. Food served
“The Masons is a backstreet community pub where we serve real ale, lagers from England and Germany, European wines and a variety of ciders.
I’m proud of our British brewing heritage and the sheer variety of beers that we now have available. Amid all the gloomy news of pub closures and conversions, there is a lot of good news about small, independent breweries springing up all around. At The Masons we support as many independent brewers as we can, with frequently changing guest ales alongside our “house” beers – Citra from Hop Back and Junction from Sambrook’s Brewery. I also stock a range of old favourites in bottles including Bishop’s Finger, Hobgoblin and Zeus IPA.
The Masons remains a real old-fashioned local pub, firmly part of the community here in Teddington. It is a friendly local – everyone’s welcome, and I’m pleased to say that many come back time and again.”
Beer in the Evening pages for Teddington