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Most of the grounds are accessible by gravel path and grass, but wheelchair users will need strong pushers to manage the slopes. The Brew House Cafe is a great place to stop for lunch or a cup of tea. Parking is possible in the West Lodge Car Park (pay and display). [...]
The London restaurant and bar boasts a stylish interior created by iconic British designer Tom Dixon, including a bespoke pink concrete bar, green leather banquettes and a Dining Room awash with curiosity cabinets. Situated on the Strand, the gateway to Theatreland, Bronte overlooks the bustling Trafalgar Square from an airy, [...]
London isn't thought to be dog friendly but there are a lot of pubs/restaurants that do allow dogs. We regularly take ours dogs into town for a walk in Regents, Hyde, Richmond, Green and Battersea Parks and have a meal, take in some sights. They get a lot of friendly [...]
Level floors through out. Wheelchair access to viewing platform. Numerous chairs around the site. Hands-on models of the Quadriga Sculpture. Easy reading display panels.
Situated near Kensington Palace, opposite Hyde Park, Urban Meadow's terrace is the perfect dog walker destination, with doggy treats and bowls - all proceeds from the sale of Dog Treats go to Dogs Trust.