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THE LENSBURY A UNIQUE 4 STAR HOTEL


FACT FILE HOTELS & VENUES


Name: The Lensbury Address: Broom Road, Teddington, TW11 9NU


Telephone number: 020 8614 6400 Contact Name: Kathy Lambert Website: www.lensbury.com


ABOUT US


The Lensbury is West London’s best kept secret. But you can discover it. It is located in 25 beautiful acres on the banks of the river Thames at Teddington in West London, just 20 minutes from London Heathrow and 30 minutes by train to Waterloo.


The Lensbury is full of surprises, nestled on the banks of the River Thames in Teddington. Set in 25 acres of landscaped grounds it has unrivalled indoor and outdoor leisure facilities including a fully equipped gym and award-winning spa. With 171 unique bedrooms, free WiFi, on-site parking and a team of dedicated professionals The Lensbury is the perfect choice.


Book online or call our reservations team on 020 8614 6400


WWW.LENSBURY.COM


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With state of the art audio visual equipment and all- inclusive delegate packages it is the perfect solution for the busy event booker. The premium leisure club with its excellent sporting facilities is the “icing on the cake” offering swimming pool, gym, tennis, Watersports Centre and more. The experienced Lensbury team can run a teambuilding event for you or equally organise a private dinner, party or full-scale conference. The aim is always to make your life easier. On-site car parking is free and plentiful and the WiFi is complimentary and accessible throughout the site.


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