For the final part of London Nights we will take you on a journey to the furthest corners of London, including beautiful historic sites, cosy log fires and a dose of classic suspense.
See – Wrap up warm and take the long and equally enchanting walk from Richmond to Hampton Court. One of the most scenic walks Greater London has to offer, this stretch is packed with history, culture and gorgeous landscapes. You will pass Petersham Meadows, historic Ham House, Eel Pie Island and Teddington Lock and arrive at the majestic Hampton Court Palace for a well deserved cream tea. richmond-hamptoncourt.com
Read – “Just after midnight, a snowdrift stopped the Orient Express in its tracks. The luxurious train was surprisingly full for the time of the year. But by the morning there was one passenger fewer. Get your hands on the Folio Society’s beautifully illustrated and bound version of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery Murder on the Orient Express and follow Hercule Poirot on the tension mounting journey to finding not one, but two solutions to the crime. www.foliosociety.com
Eat – Located in picturesque West Dulwich, the Rosendale is a hidden gem when it comes to gastro pubs. Originally a Victorian Coach Inn it offers delicious pub food sourced from their own farm, classic ales and a cosy yet quirky interior. The homemade scotch eggs are a must try. www.therosendale.co.uk