People on picnics in a park near The Selwyn Richmond


Explore Richmond and Kew Gardens

Located in Richmond, London, The Selwyn offers hotel guests easy access to the area’s attractions, including diverse shopping, bars and restaurants, as well the natural beauty of Richmond Park, Richmond Riverside and nearby Kew Gardens.  Accessible by rail, road and air, Richmond is easy to reach from both London Heathrow and Gatwick Airports, as well central London by direct rail and Underground (Tube) link. 

When planning your stay in Richmond, our hotel team will be happy to recommend things to do and see as well as offer assistance with tours, tickets and transportation arrangements.  

Boats stationed by Riverside Richmond near The Selwyn

Richmond Riverside

Looking for a countryside flavour close to London? Head to Richmond riverside, where you will find a great place for catching a bit of sun during the day or spending a lazy summer evening.

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Two deer's captured in Park Deer near The Selwyn Richmond

Richmond Park

Enjoy the great outdoors at Richmond Park, home to wide open spaces and grasslands, ancient forests, fields of wildflowers, not to mention herds of deer and a wide variety of birds, bats and more.

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An attraction in Kew Garden near The Selwyn Richmond

Kew Gardens

This 500-acre botanic garden in southwest London is home to the largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the world.

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A Sculpture in front of a Palace near The Selwyn Richmond

Hampton Court Palace

Favourite royal residence of Henry VIII, Hampton Court Palace is England's largest and grandest Tudor structure, built in 1515. 

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View of Twickenham Stadium near The Selwyn Richmond

Twickenham Stadium

Twickenham Stadium is the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world and the home of England Rugby. 

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Marble Hill House

This beautiful Eighteenth Century retreat was built for Henrietta Howard, mistress of King George II when he was Prince of Wales, offering ornate interiors and paintings – the perfect reflection of Georgian living.

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View of Wimbledon Tennis court near The Selwyn Richmond

The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club

The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club was founded in 1868 and is best known as the venue for the prestigious Wimbledon Tennis Championships. 

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Ascot Racecourse

One of Britain's most well-known racecourses, Ascot holds a special week of races in June each year known as Royal Ascot. 

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Richmond Theatre

Bringing the whole community together, this beautiful theatre offers a wide range of performances including drama, musicals, opera and dance.

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Twickenham Stoop

This sports stadium is the home to Harlequins Rugby Union team and is just across the road from Twickenham Stadium.

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Orange Tree Theatre

An award-winning independent theatre, with the audience seated all around the stage, watching a performance here is truly a unique experience.


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Museum of Richmond

The Museum of Richmond tells the story of Richmond from prehistory, through its rise in prominence as a royal residence in the medieval period, to its modern status as a centre of the arts and fashion.

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Strawberry Hill House

Strawberry Hill House was created by by Horace Walpole (the youngest son of Britain’s first Prime Minister) in 1747. It's the finest example of Georgian Gothic revival architecture and has been open to visitors for over 250 years. 

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Curzon Cinema

Built in 1914, Curzon Richmond is steeped in film history. An elegant and distinctive cinema, the auditorium is designed like a theatre. 

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The Prince's Head

Made famous from the popular Ted Lasso series.

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