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Twickenham Stoop - home to the Harlequins

Situated in south-west London, Twickenham Stoop Stadium, often known as simply The Stoop, has been home to the Harlequins rugby union team for over 50 years. The stadium fits 14,800. Considerable investment in the stadium has helped make the Stoop fit for the 21st century and summer 2017 saw it host music concerts for the first time.

Twickenham Stadium - The Stoop's big brother

Just across the road from The Stoop, Twickenham Stadium is the second biggest of its kind in the country, behind Wembley, and the fourth largest in Europe. Regularly hosting rugby union matches, it's referred to as the home of the sport. It also doubles as a first-class music venue, and has paid host to gigs by the Rolling Stones, Rihanna, U2 and Beyonce.

Hampton Court Palace - explore Henry VIII's old stomping ground.

Three miles from Twickenham Stoop in Richmond upon Thames, Hampton Court Palace is, along with St James's Palace, the only surviving palace once owned by King Henry VIII. Now a major tourist attraction, Hampton Court offers the chance to immerse yourself in history in a beautiful setting. 60 acres of stunning gardens await, in addition to the famous maze.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Twickenham Stoop? Travelodge London Twickenham Hotel is a quick and easy 10-minute drive away. Travelodge London Hounslow Hotel and Travelodge London Teddington Hotel are both under 15 minutes in distance.