“Where town meets country”. The original heart of Wimbledon, this area is well-known for the tennis, and it combines delightful independent shops, cafes, bars and boutiques with the surrounding period buildings.
Well-known for the tennis, this delightful high street combines independent shops, cafes, bars and boutiques surrounded by period buildings. Its uniqueness is accentuated by its proximity to London and its strong influence throughout the Borough. Described as a place where town meets country, it is the perfect place for a business to establish itself and evolve. It has its own businesses association, which works to promote the village as a commercial and visitor destination, as well as ensuring that all its members are represented.
Member Businesses in the Area
Andrew Scott Robertson
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Cannizaro House Hotel du Vin
Cannizaro House, part of the Hotel du Vin & Bistro group, is a 19th Century house full of character and historic charm. Sensitively refurbished, its former glory continues to shine and its distinctive setting has hosted the likes of Lord Tennyson, Oscar Wilde and even the last Maharajah of Punjab. A fitting place to experience individuality and style, having been witness to some of history’s most vibrant characters.