Single room with own key in nice Victorian house in a quiet cul de sac. Free wifi, TV, kettle, desk.
Self service continental breakfast. Wifi is available free of charge if you bring your laptop.
Shops and Cafes. There are Indian, Thai, French, Italian, Greek, Chinese restaurants within 2 minutes walk on Upper and Lower Richmond Roads and along the river Thames. Putney High Street has everything you should need from gift shops to drycleaners, supermarkets, banks, hairdressers. Turn left at the end of Spencer Walk to find the nearest newspaper shop
Putney is a residential and shopping district in south London, located in the London Borough of Wandsworth. It is situated 5.1 miles (8.2 km) south-west of Charing Cross. For centuries, Putney was a place where Londoners came for leisure, to enjoy the open spaces and clean air. Since the second half of the 19th century, Putney has been one of the most significant centres for rowing in the United Kingdom.
The nearest underground/metro station is East Putney (district line Zone 2) and mainline station Putney. This will go to Waterloo. There are useful buses from the high street: 74 bus goes to South Kensington and Oxford Street, 22 bus goes to Sloane Squae and 14 bus to Fulham Road.
Putney is very well-served by buses, tubes and the rail network.
Putney, one of the pleasantest of the London suburbs, as well as the most accessible. The immense increase in the number of houses in late years testifies to its popularity; but there is still an almost unlimited extent of open ground which cannot be covered; and with wood and water, common and hill, there will always be an element of freshness and openness in Putney seldom to be obtained so near London. Richmond Park, formerly royal land is a 15 minute bus ride away.
Very frequent trains from London Waterloo, via Clapham Junction, to Putney Rail station. From Putney Rail station there are fairly frequent trains to Richmond, Hounslow and out towards Windsor.
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