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Inns in Wimbledon

Fox & Grapes
Camp Road
Wimbledon
London

SW19 4UN | View map
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The Fox and Grapes, located on Camp Road next to the common have recently reopened after a full refurbishment. The pub has a new owner and has been taken over by two Michelin starred chef, Claude Bosi and his team. Whilst refurbishing, three beautifully decorated en-suite bedrooms above the pub are now available on a B&B basis. Enjoy dinner and drinks in the pub, and then go straight up to a cosy bed for the night – or even stay for a delicious weekend in Wimbledon for business or pleasure!
This luxury B&B has views across Wimbledon Common and is a short taxi ride away from the town centre, transport links and shopping facilities. The overland trains, tube and buses are a 5 minute taxi ride away, set back from the hustle and bustle of the town centre allowing for a peaceful stay in London. The centre of London is only 15 minutes away into Waterloo Station where many attractions can be found; Oxford Street shopping, Covent Garden, The West End or stop by at Claude’s Hibiscus restaurant for a taste of luxury. The leafy and quiet residential area of Wimbledon Common offers the perfect location for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.

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