Stayed one night 13th April.
Wanted to go to Hampton Court, the pub is right next to the lion gate, (where the maze is) parking could be a problem, they only have four spaces outside the pub, and they were taken by people who were going to a wedding.
There is pay and display about 100yds away, which worked well, you have 4 hours max, so if you get there for 14.30 you could see the gardens or the palace, then 4 hours the next morning will complete your tour.
It is a proper old fashioned pub, floorboards, candles nooks and crannies, but we enjoyed it.
We had room 11, overlooking the front and main road, but secondary glazing kept any traffic noise to a minimum.
They have a wide range of cask ales, and some very, very good wines.
The weather was awful on Saturday, so after a smooth check in (the pub was very busy) we took our brollies and walked around the gardens, and got back to the pub around 18.00.
It was quite then, I think people stayed in because of the weather, you can eat anywhere in the pub, or at one end they have a an area laid out like a small restaurant, we ate there.
The food was pub food, I had shin@cheek of beef stew with dumplings, very good, my wife fish and chips, also very good.
The room was fine, very clean, tea and coffee available, and flat screen TV, nice towels and bath gel.
Breakfast was very good, all the usual suspects plus kippers!!
Staff were young , but helpful and attentive.
We enjoyed our brief stay and would definitely go back if in the area.
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