Hotels. OXFORD. 33. Route. 233
Wey, is (r.) Weybridge (see p. 64), with a Roman Catholic chapel
in which Louis Philippe (d. 1850) was interred. Shepperton
(Anchor) and Halliford (*Ship; Red Lion), lie on the left bank.
To the right is the Oatlands Park Hotel (p. 64).
84'/2 M. (r.) Walton-on-Thames (Angler; Swan).
85'/2 M- 00 Sunbury (*Magpie; Flower Pot, L. 2s., pens. 42s.
per week), with a lock.
87'/2 M. (1.) Hampton (Lion; Tagg's Island), 1 M. from Hamp¬
ton Court Palace. On the opposite bank is Garrick's Villa, where
the famous actor lived from 1754 till his death in 1779. Then
(88'/2 M.) Moulsey Lock and Hampton Court Bridge, beyond which
the river makes a wide bend, skirting Hampton Court Park (see
Baedeker's London), on the left, and Thames Ditton (Swan) and
Surbiton (p. 64) on the right. Adjoining Thames Ditton is Long
Ditton, with Barr's beautiful nurseries of daffodils (open to visitors;
best at end of April).
91f/2 M. (r.) Kingston (Griffin; Sun; Wheatsheaf), a town with
34,375 inhab. (see Baedeker's London). The river is crossed here
by a bridge with five arches.
93M. (1.) Teddington, with a lock. An almost unbroken line of
villas extends hence to (1.) Twickenham (see Baedeker's London),
opposite Eel Pie Island. Then on the right appears Richmond Hill,
with the Star and Garter Hotel.
96 M. Richmond Bridge, below which is the last lock. For a
description of the Thames hence to (112 M.) London Bridge, see
Railway Stations. The stations of the London <£■ North Western and
Great Western Railways lie near each other, on the W. side of the town
(PL A, 3, 4). — The principal hotels send omnibuses to meet the trains.
Hotels. Randolph Hotel (PL a; C, D, 3), Beaumont St., near the
Martyrs' Memorial, R. from 4s. 6d., B. 3s. Gd., D. 5*.; Clarendon (PL b;
D, 4), Cornmarket St., R. 5s.. D. 5s.; Mitre (PL c; D, 4), High St.,
an old-fashioned house, R. from 4s. 6d., B. 3s., D. 5s., pens, from 12s. 6d. —
Second class: "King's Arms (PL d; E, 3), at the corner of Park St. and
Holywell St., R. 4s., D. 3s.; "Roebuck (PL e; D, 4), R. 4s. 6d., D. 5s., pens.
12s. 6d.; "Golden Cross (Pi. f; D, 4), R. 4s., D. from 3s. 6d.; George
(PL g; D, 3), these three in Cornmarket St.; Eastgate, High St., R. 3s. 6d.,
D. 4s.; Wilberforce (PL h; L>, 4; temp.), Queen St., R. 3s., D. 2s. 6d. —
Isis Boarding House, Iffley Road; Mrs. Earnes, 162 Walton St.; St. Aldate's
House, 98 St. Aldates; pens, at these 5s.-6s. — Lodgings easily procurable,
especially 'out of term'. The charges of hotels and lodgings are raised
in 'Commemoration' and 'Eights Week' (p. 237).
Restaurants. The Queen, Queen St.; Boffin, 107 High St. and at Car¬
fax ; Buol, 15 Broad St. and 21 Cornmarket St. — Confectioners. Boffin, see
above; Cooper, 13 Magdalen St.; Cafi Royal, Queen St.; Weeks, 49 High St.
Photographs. Hills <b Saunders, 16 Cornmarket St., Taunt & Co., 34 High
St.; Gillman, 107 St. Aldate's St.
Post Office (PL D, 5), St. Aldate's St., near Carfax.
Tramways. 1. From the Railway Station to Carfax (PL D, 4; fare Id.),
and thence over Magdalen Bridge (PL G, 5) to the cricket-grounds at
Cowley (Id.). — 2. From Carfax via Beaumont St. (PI. C, 3), to Kingston