The Lensbury

Address: Broom Road, Teddington, Middlesex, England, TW11 9NU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Broom Road, Teddington, is near Ham House, Burghley Park, Bushy Park, and John Lewis.
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      Travel Blogs from Teddington

      Going towards the red coats

      A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on May 19, 2014

      7 photos

      ... it was much too mild but I was able to get a cup if extra chili peppers and that really livened things up. Bryan and Andrew could hardly take the smell of the peppers but they were delicious. Poor Andrew was so not into it at first but eventually he are most of his butter chicken quite to my surprise. It was some of the best Indian I have ever had but in truth our little place in gainesville was just as good and with bigger portions. After dinner we wanted some gelato and we ...

      10 Years Later

      A travel blog entry by vclench on Mar 08, 2014

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... reminded of being accompanied to the airport by all my close family, being overwhelmed with emotion the moment I was behind the seclusion of security and out of sight. My youngest nephew only being 3 weeks old, and knowing that I would miss his first year of life and all his firsts that came with it. I remember coming home 21 months later and playing hide and seek around the airport with a blonde 22 month old toddler who ...

      London continued

      A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Sep 20, 2013

      1 comment, 41 photos

      ... Wivelsfield (I love those English names) and Norwood, East Croydon and Brighton (which sound strangely familiar!). The countryside as we headed south was as you could imagine- rolling hills, trees everywhere and quaint farmhouses dotted around. It was interesting to note the community allotments which are prevalent. These allow people to rent small pieces of land and grow their vegetables as gardens are non existent in the tiny terraced houses which make up ...

      What a park!,

      A travel blog entry by traceychapman on Aug 08, 2013

      11 photos

      ... We arrived in Hampstead and walked up to Fenton House which was very close to the tube station.
      This house was built in the 1700's and has gone through numerous owners and transformations. It is a National Trust house now and houses collections of ceramics and musical instruments. I must admit, the best part of the house are the gardens which are structured but ...

      Day 7: Hampton Court Palace

      A travel blog entry by gems_at_eton on Jul 27, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... and needed a place from which to conduct business. He was Henry VIII's principal advisor and hosted many banquets and visits. However, following Henry's divorce from his first wife, Katherine of Aragon, Wolsey fell very much out of favour with the king. So much so that he lost both his Palace and his life! Henry then took over the palace and extended and remodeled it.

      Around 150 years later the palace was again extended, this time is a very different style. King William ...