A seventeenth century pub in an idyllic setting by the Thames. A riverside beer garden protrudes into the Thames and floods when the river runs high. Good honest food and beers, winter log fires and popular with rugby fans on match days.
The world’s most famous botanical gardens are today recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The amazing array of exotic plants is complemented by buildings of historic importance, including large Victorian glasshouses and Kew Palace.
Richmond Park and Bushy Park are the capital’s two largest parks. Experience the peace and tranquillity of ancient parkland with veteran English oaks, secluded ponds and a rich diversity of wildlife including free-roaming herds of red and fallow deer.
This spectacular palace beside the Thames was a favourite royal residence for two centuries and the home of Henry VIII and five of his six wives. See works of art, the state apartments, chapel royal, great hall, Tudor kitchens, beautiful gardens and maze.
Whether you’re competing in the Great River Race or want to follow the 21.6 mile course from a vintage spectator boat, make the most of your weekend with this special accommodation and tour package from Crusader Travel. Held on Saturday 9th September, t...