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Pubs near London Scottish Rugby Club......

3 minutes from London Scottish:

The Hope of Richmond

115-117 Kew Road

TW9 2PN

020 8940 5465

 

6 minutes from London Scottish:

The Richmond Arms

20 The Square

Richmond

TW9 1DZ

0208 940 2118

 

7 minutes from London Scottish:

The Britannia

5 Brewers Lane

Richmond

TW9 1HH

 

9 minutes from London Scottish:

The White Swan

26 Old Palace Lane

TW9 1PG

0208 940 0959

 

10 minutes from London Scottish:

The White Cross

Riverside, off Water Lane

TW9 1TJ

0208 940 6844

 

 

Restaurants near London Scottish Rugby Club.....

2 minutes from London Scottish:

Carluccio’s

31-35 Kew Road

TW9 2NQ

0208 940 5037

 

2 minutes from London Scottish:

Bacco

39 - 41 Kew Road

TW9 2NQ

0208 332 0348

 

3 minutes from London Scottish:

The Shaftesbury

121 – 123 Kew Road

TW9 2PN

0208 291 8640

 

3 minutes from London Scottish:

Restaurant 109

109  Kew Road

TW9 2PN

0208 940 0050

 

6 minutes from London Scottish:

Fishworks

13 – 19 The Square

TW9 IEA

0208 948 5965

 

Accommodation:

 Scottish are promoting deals with local hotels, including the Marriott Hotel next to Twickenham Stadium. Located just 2 miles from the Athletic Ground you could fall asleep overlooking the sacred Twickenham turf.

 

Hotels

London Twickenham Marriott Hotel

Located just 2 miles from London Scottish and 6 miles from London Heathrow, London Marriott Hotel Twickenham offers guests a contemporary and modern Twickenham hotel with superb facilities. Conveniently located amidst hotels in Twickenham, the area boasts some of the UK's best-loved attractions, including Hampton Court, Windsor Castle, Kew Gardens and Thorpe Park. For avid sports fans, the hotel is a short distance from the Richmond Athletic Ground and the Stoop. Whether staying for business or pleasure, we are top among Richmond and Twickenham hotels as the perfect base for travel in Twickenham, Richmond and central London.

http://www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/travel/lontw-london-marriott-hotel-twickenham/

Richmond Hill Hotel

Situated in the charming town of Richmond-upon-Thames on Richmond Hill, just seven miles from London's West End, Richmond Hill Hotel has magnificent views across the River Thames and the 2,500-acre Royal Park, home to herds of red and fallow deer. Incorporating an impressive Georgian manor, the oldest part of the hotel dates back to 1726. Much of the original character in this Grade II listed building has been retained to present an interior of grandeur, elegance and comfort, making it one of the finest Richmond hotels.

Prices:

Quote 'London Scottish Football Club' to gain access to a special rate on rooms at Richmond Hill Hotel. Upgrades to different types of rooms and suites are available subject to availability and additional charge.

http://www.richmondhill-hotel.co.uk/default-en.html

 

 

 

Last Updated July  2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

 

 

 

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