Marble Hill House by bike

Enjoy seeing Marble Hill House by bike

This 18th Century Palladian Villa was built for Henrietta Howard the Countess of Sussex and mistress of King George II in 1724. With its’ wonderful location in Twickenham looking out over the River Thames it is now owned by English Heritage and open to the public. Its’ sprawling grounds, once used to entertain the likes of local residents such as the poet Alexander Pope and Horace Walpole of Strawberry Hill House , it is now used by the public for rugby games, picnics and generally just lazing around enjoying the views.

Marble Hill House by bikeMarble Hill House by bike

Sited opposite Ham House it is accessible by the local Hammerton’s Ferry, why not pop over and see Orleans House and York House too!

Come on our Royal Deer Park Ride and see all these places and hear their history connected to English and French Royalty.

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