Location

Hampton WickI give guitar lessons from my home in Hampton Wick, which is near to Kingston, Teddington, Twickenham and Hampton Hill. It’s also easy to travel there from Richmond, Wimbledon, Raynes Park, New Malden and Surbiton.

Getting to Hampton Wick by Public Transport

Train

I am literally 60 seconds walk from Hampton Wick train station which is on the South West Trains Waterloo – Shepperton line. It’s also on the route which loops from Waterloo through Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Wimbledon, Kingston, Twickenham, Richmond and back to London Waterloo.

Trains run every 15 minutes to Waterloo and every 30 mins to and from Richmond and Shepperton.

Bus

Hampton Wick is well served by the 281, 285 and 481 bus routes. See here for a map of Hampton Wick bus routes.

281 bus – This goes from Tolworth through Surbiton and Kingston to Hampton Wick, and in the other direction from Hounslow through Twickenham, Fulwell and Teddington to Hampton Wick. It runs about every 8 minutes during the main part of the day.

285 bus – This goes from Heathrow through Feltham, Hanworth, Hampton Hill and Teddington to Hampton Wick, then on to Kingston where it terminates. It runs every 10 minutes during the main part of the day.

481 bus – This goes from Isleworth through Whitton, Fulwell, Teddington to Hampton Wick, then on to Kingston where it terminates. It runs hourly.

 

Getting to Hampton Wick by Car

I am on Vicarage Road in Hampton Wick, postcode KT1 4EB. It is just off Hampton Wick High Street (A310) near Kingston Bridge.

Please note that residents parking is in force from 8:30am – 6:30pm in the area. There are pay-and-display bays on my road which cost approx. £1.25 per hour. There is also a small car park on Bennett Close which is free for 1 hour and is only a couple of minutes walk from Vicarage Road.


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