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The delights of Ickenham

Ickenham is a village in the London Borough of Hillingdon, west of the capital's centre. It's mentioned in the Domesday Book and has several historic buildings dating back as far as the 14th century which have been lovingly restored in recent years. Nearby is the impressive Grade I listed Swakeleys House, a 17th century Jacobean mansion which was once visited by writer Samuel Pepys.

Follow in royal footsteps in Windsor

Windsor is a short journey from Ickenham. Get a glimpse of the royal family's life by taking a tour of historic Windsor Castle, or go for a stroll in the peaceful surroundings of Windsor Great Park. Also in the area is Frogmore House, which is also a royal estate open to the public, while just across the River Thames lies the attractive town of Eton.

Take a trip into central London

Ickenham Station is served by the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines, which means that visitors can be in central London in a matter of minutes. Among the memorable sites easily accessed from stations on these routes are The Sherlock Holmes Museum (Baker Street), the West End (Picadilly and Leicester Square) and Covent Garden.

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