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What to do in Heathrow

About Heathrow

Home to London’s major international airport, Heathrow is the perfect base for exploring the UK’s South East. Visit Windsor Castle and Old Windsor, or head further afield for a day at Stonehenge. Heathrow is also within easy access of Kew Gardens, home to the world's largest collection of living plants. And if you’re travelling with your family, you'll be pleased to know that Heathrow is close to Chessington World of Adventures, Legoland, and Thorpe Park.

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What to see in Heathrow

Heathrow’s top attraction, Windsor Castle, is just down the road from the airport: if the flag is flying, you'll know the queen is home. Book a hotel in Windsor to enjoy a boat trip on the River Thames or cross the river to Eton, home of the famous college, and don’t miss a trip to Ascot, the UK’s prime racecourse, where you may see a member of the royal family! Alternatively, travel to Central London. It's under an hour away by train and boasts some of the UK's most iconic sights, including Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, and the London Dungeons..

Other important attractions near Heathrow include Ham House, a Grade I-listed property next to the Thames, and the London Motor Museum. It’s easy to get out and about from your Heathrow hotel, as the public transport network is excellent. For some fresh air, head to 13th-century Windsor Great Park, home to deer, native woodland, wild grasslands, and ornate gardens. Stonehenge, less than 75 miles away, is easy to reach by car or public transport. Built around 5,000 years ago, the site offers fascinating insights into Britain’s ancient cultures. For a glimpse of rural life, head to Denham to see its traditional pubs and pretty houses.

Where to stay in Heathrow

You'd be best to select your Heathrow hotel based on what you want to see during your stay. Opt for a hotel in Hillingdon for easy access to Ruislip Lido, a 60-acre lake flanked by sandy beaches and pretty woodland. The area is perfect for cycling, walking, and swimming in the summer. For a lively introduction to London, stay in Ealing and explore its array of bars, shops, and restaurants – the district promises fun, day or night. If you book a hotel in Windsor itself, you can look forward to strolling in Alexandra Gardens, feeding the swans on the riverfront, discovering the picturesque town, and, of course, seeing the castle.

Stay in a hotel in Hounslow for easy access to Kew Gardens. Home to trees and plants from all around the world, Kew makes for an informative day out. Kew Palace, with its red brick and historic kitchens, is also worth a visit, and nearby Richmond Park boasts huge herds of deer and numerous walking trails. Or stay in Harmondsworth – with its fascinating Great Barn and pretty centre, the village feels like quintessential England. Wherever you choose to stay in Heathrow, you're best to book your hotel in advance to score cheap deals and special offers.

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