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The Weather in Richmond upon Thames
Here is our climate diagram for London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 24°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Richmond upon Thames, with temperatures falling below 2°. The rainiest month is November, while the driest month is March.
Victorian holiday lettings in Richmond-upon-Thames
The Victorian holiday lettings in Richmond have a wonderful sense of grandeur, tall ceilings and intricate architecture. Typical houses are often four or five stories high.
Eating out in Richmond
Some of the more fashionable of Richmond's many restaurants can be found along the bank of the River Thames, where visitors can watch the world go by. The Rock and Rose further in town has a wonderful outdoor seating area and serves delicious French cuisine.
If you are looking for something a little more informal however, there is a fine selection of pubs and cafes in Richmond offering traditional British staples such as fish and chips and Sunday Roast. If you’re travelling with children, the relaxed selection of cuisine is ideal. Check out Pier 1 for some upmarket fish and chips served alongside craft beers.
Kew Gardens for children
Richmond is home to the famous Kew Gardens. This is a botanical treat for adventurous children to explore and run around. The greenhouses are especially popular for the overhead walkways, where you can admire the tropical plants from above.
The educational and fun exhibition called The Hive, gives a great insight into the life of bees. There are spectacular views from The Treetop Walkway, as long as you have a head for heights. The whole complex is a real adventure for little ones.
The spiritual home of English rugby is located not far away in the area of Twickenham, and hosts numerous international events throughout the year. Generally you will need to book tickets before you go as matches are extremely popular. The stadium museum is worth visiting too.
There is a wonderful atmosphere around Twickenham when the Rugby is on, and there are the bars and restaurants full of fans soaking in the excitement. A holiday home near Richmond or Twickenham will put you in the heart of the action.
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