A riverside retreat with royal connections and waterfront dining in historical Hampton Court
Rooms and suites at The Mitre, like its shared spaces, ooze warmth and charm. Wicker, rattan, and bold florals are peppered with creatively chosen artwork in a nod to the hunting, boating and cultural traditions of the hotel and surrounding area. Indulge in one of the Royal rooms – the Catherine Parr suite perhaps, named after Henry VIII’s last wife – and delight in details like copper roll top baths, four poster beds and expansive river views. King Henry pops up again as the inspiration behind the all-day café and wine bar Coppernose. Meanwhile, 1665 Riverside Brasserie serves up eclectic modern dishes on its romantic alfresco terrace, or overlooking the Thames. When the sun shines, enjoy a bespoke riverside picnic on its banks, or cosy up inside with a quintessential afternoon tea.
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The Mitre’s neighbourhood is packed with historical gems to explore. Simply cross the bridge to marvel at the 16th century splendour and infamous artworks of Hampton Court Palace, complete with gardens and maze. Wander Henry VIII’s favoured hunting grounds in Bushy Park, where deer still roam freely. Or take the short journey by train into the centre of London to see the city sights.
Enjoy your stay!