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    The Gem in the Real Chiswick

    Chiswick is located about six miles outside of London and is the perfect green, leafy suburb that inspires picturesque movie scenes. It is serene, hosting large homes that have gardens and no litter on the streets. It is truly the ideal location for raising a family.

    Chiswick seems to have taken its home and garden cues from the famous Chiswick House. The House has a long and rich history that includes its beginnings as a private collector’s art gallery, a journey through the hands of several owners and a close shave with World War Two that nearly saw it destroyed. It has since been restored and now remains one of London’s unique historical landmarks. There are some things that make the Chiswick House stand out from most other historical landmarks within and around London.

    The architecture, to begin with, is borrowed from 16th Century Italian and ancient Rome architecture, making it quite conspicuous. The second striking feature is the dedication to opulence in the interior decoration that boasts entire rooms covered wall to wall with velvet. Coupled with this and rather obviously is the art work, which is displayed throughout the interior and exterior of the house as stand-alone pieces such as sculptures and urns, in the upholstery of the green, blue and red velvet rooms, and also in the furniture and paintings.

    Chiswick House is also renowned for its splendid gardens, green and plush, stretching over a wide expanse and hosting a variety of greenery in trees, shrubs and flowers. The gardens also contain pathways and art pieces in the form of urns and statues. These gardens are historically said to be the foundation of English gardening culture as is known today. The gardens themselves are one of a kind, unrivalled in their variety and arrangement.

    With the number of visitors coming here yearly, Chiswick House requires constant management and maintenance. For anyone wishing to participate, there are several volunteer programmes available as tour guides, garden guides, wardens and kitchen gardeners.

    Touring the Chiswick House and Gardens can be tiring and the Cafe at the House offers a wide variety of refreshments for visitors. Its location provides a serene and breathtaking view of the gardens while providing ample seating space to patrons both indoors and outdoors. The Chiswick House is not just a historical landmark, but a display of true British culture. A visit to Chiswick House and its surrounding gardens is worth every pound spent.

    If your looking for a hotel in Chiswick why not come and stay with us? We have recently been awarded a 4* guest accommodation certification from visit England.

    Below is a map of how to get to Chiswick House from Chiswick Rooms. It is 1.3 miles away:


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    May 28, 2013

    Hotels near Chiswick

    Looking for a hotel near Chiswick?  Chiswick Rooms is a high quality 4* boutique hotel with a range of luxury in-room amenities including Individually controlled air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, flat screen HD TVs, EU power sockets, I-Pod.  We are located on the border of Chiswick and Hammersmith. The closest tube station is Stamford Brook station (District Line) which is gives guests an easy route to Westfield Shopping Centre, Earls Court, Ealing, and the rest of central London.

     

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    Chiswick is a peaceful part of London which is carefully maintained and relatively safe. The Thames is just a 10 minute walk from the hotel for those wanting to walk the streets. There are plenty of bars, pubs and clubs and all sorts of restaurants in Chiswick high street.

    The most exclusive part of Chiswick is the discreetly wealthy Bedford Park which is situated north.  To the south is Dukes Meadows which is a waterside park with golf course and other sporting facilities. Grove Park Farm House also provides for sport as well as artists’ studios and a popular farmers’ market.

    If you are looking for bit of history of the area you should consider visiting Chiswick House in Burlington Lane.  Chiswick House was designed by Lord Burlington and completed in 1729 and is a great example of 18th century British architecture.   It is now a Grade 1 listed building and one of the best examples of Neo-Palladian architecture in London.  The beautiful Palladian mansion exhibits fine paintings and furniture and has large grounds including a large lake.

    If you want more information about Chiswick and London in general, our staff at the hotel will be more than happy to help.  You will not be disappointed with Chiswick Rooms if you are looking for hotels in Chiswick.  We look forward to welcoming you in 2013.

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    January 8, 2013

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