Bingham Riverhouse – Richmond, TW10
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Bingham Riverhouse – Richmond, TW10

Bingham Riverhouse began life as two Georgian townhouses and from 1899-1910 it was home to the poets Katherine Bradley and Edith Cooper. ‘I have rubbed myself against nature’s great warm hand,’ wrote Katherine, after a bout of gardening, ‘in a spirit of pagan delight’. Today, the friendly staff serve food, conjured up by Steven Edwards (winner of MasterChef:The Professionals) in the parlour, with its striking modern art and verdant views, and the library with its wall lined rows of nicely dog-eared old Penguin paperbacks. The drawing room bar has a spacious feel of a country house kitchen. The Riverhouse has its own neighbourhood members club: including a tranquil Thameside workspace, incredible events and private members space for its ever-growing community of local, like-minded individuals. There are 15 rooms, with handmade Naturalmat beds and some with copper freestanding baths. But it’s the bucolic Richmond setting that adds that extra magic: the river is just at the end of the terrace with its pretty walled garden, and there’s a towpath by the water where rowing boats splash by all day.

Doubles from £135

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Bingham Riverhouse food
View of a free-standing roll-top bath from the bed
bingham riverhouse garden