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Many locals consider the southern end of Peckham Rye Park to be "East Dulwich" rather than Peckham. The cafe prices reflect this up market attitude, but the remarkable thing about the cafe is its ability to welcome extra wide double buggies for twins. Rumour has...More
Can’t realky say anything bad about the hotel except the small rooms (but clean and provided with anything necessary). Only bad point is the location as peckham is not exactly the suburb i would like to live...but anyway well connected to the center. Price is...More
Peckham Rye park is a great place all year round. Lots of activities e.g. parkrun etc.
My only advice is to avoid the ludicrously overpriced cafe The Round. I ordered a veggie burger and was given a small piece of baked goats cheese in a...More
Let's be realistic here. This is not one of the world's greatest gardens. Nor will you be blown away by breathtaking beauty which puts it in the top 10 of London's 'must-see, must-do' sights or experiences. However, it is an extremely pleasant place to visit,...More
Walked through here on a quiet weekday. It's huge! Such a lovely feel to the place, well maintained and many different areas to the park. Sad we never got to see more of it. What we did see was beautiful.
Great out door space to loosen up. Easy to find. I ran from East Dulwich to the park using google maps. I met several people running and happy pets mostly dogs enjoying the free space. Towards onside of the park are manicured gardens which must...More
I've lived alongside Peckham Rye Park for over 20 years, so feel like it's a part of my neighbourhood.
It's a dog walkers paradise, a weekend football venue, has play areas for smaller and not-so-small kids, a few gated 'dog-free' areas, and boasts some of...More