Purchased By The Trinder Family In 1984 And Restored Lovingly To Its Former Glory, The Bingham Dates In Part From 1740. On Entering, The Visitor Is Drawn Through High ceilinged Rooms With Ornate Cornices, Typical Of A Grade Ii Listed Georgian Building And Into The Gracious Walpole Restaurant With Its Glorious Views Across Gardens Down To The Thames. Under The Direction Of Chef Pierre Denoyer, Whose Exquisite Recipes Have Already Been Featured In Eden Magazine, The Walpole Is Considered A Charming, Undiscovered Gem By Local Residents. The Hotel Comprises 23 Individually Decorated Bedrooms, Some With Four posters, Most With Views Of The Thames. Enjoyable Attractions Located Nearby Include Golfing, A Gym, Jogging Track, Watersports, Tennis, Swimming Pools And Riding.
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From London Follow The M4 To Central London, Get Off Junction 2 Of North Circular And Follow A205 South Circular And To A307 To Richmond.