London’s SW15 Putney district includes the areas of Putney, Roehampton and Kingston Vale. Local attractions include Richmond Park and Golf Club, Fulham Palace Gardens and Craven Cottage Stadium. See all hotels in London SW15.
TOP PICK: The Lodge Hotel
(from £99/night. London SW15 2RN)
What’s included… Rooms include hair dryer, coffee and tea making facilities, iron/ironingboard, trouser press, free wifi, free local calls and complimentary newspaper. Services include free parking and discounted use of the nearby fitness centre. Since this area is a little bit more remote, the free parking is an added bonus here, allowing you to explore the area more freely.
This contemporary hotel is minutes walk from East Putney Station, providing a good base to explore the city.
How far to…
Fulham Palace Gardens 25 minute walk
Richmond Park and Golf Club 10 minutes by car
Sloane Square 21 minutes by Tube
Mk Hotel London
(from £59/night. London SW15 2PN)
What’s included… All rooms have city, courtyard or river views and include iron/ironing board, hair dryer, coffee and tea making facilities and free wifi. There is also free on-street parking available.
This Hotel is located between Putney Bridge and Putney East Stations with fast and easy access to the district line. Local attractions include:
How far to…
Fulham Palace Gardens 15 minute walk
Craven Cottage Stadium 20 minute walk
Richmond Park and Golf Club 15 minutes by car
Not to be missed in London SW15…
Craven Cottage Stadium is the home ground of Fulham Football Club, situated on the River Thames. They have a 25,700 capacity, but if it’s not match day then why not take a Stadium tour around London’s oldest professional Football Club.
Richmond Park is spread over 2,500 acres of land; a real haven from the hub of London. The Golf course has been designed to be enjoyed by all levels. Features include two practice putting greens, driving nets, full length driving range and practice bunker.
Fulham Palace has been the home of the Bishops of London since the 11th century until 1975. Today, the Palace is occupied with a Museum and café. Admission to the Palace and grounds is free.