Rickmansworth is a lively town set in the county of Hertfordshire. It is approximately sixteen miles from the centre of London and has excellent transport links into the capital via Rickmansworth train station which is on the Metropolitan line and can take you to the capital within twenty minutes. The town has a lively High Street with a number of shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes and bars.
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What to See in Rickmansworth
Moor Park Mansion
This stunning 18th Century manor house is set in several hundred acres of beautiful sweeping landscape, designed and transormed from formals gardens by Capability Brown. Three golf courses, the East, West and High were created after Lord Leverhulme took over the property in 1923. The Armed Forces were based in the Mansion House during the last war and there is a room, which houses memorabilia from the actions of the famous Parachute Regiment during the last war. The Mansion also plays host to many original works of art dating back to 1680 and all of the historic rooms have now been completely refurbished and all the paintings restored to their original splendour.
Rickmansworth Aquadrome is a Local Nature Reserve ten minutes walk from Rickmansworth rail and tube station. The two lakes, Batchworth and Bury Lake, are flooded gravel pits. Much of the area is grassland but includes areas of mature wet woodland, which is an important site for birds. It has a wide variety of sports activities that use the two lakes. A water-ski club operates on Batchworth Lake throughout the year. There are fishing rights on the lake and adjoining river Colne. On Bury Lake the activities range from sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and model yachting. There is also a small cafe, which overlooks Bury Lake, which makes it an ideal place for walks.
The Rickmansworth Festival started as a canal based festival in 1993. The first event used Rickmansworth Aquadrome as the main location for land activities but later there was a much smaller festival centred upon Batchworth Lock. Then the festival then outgrew Batchworth Lock and once again moved back into the Aquadrome where there was more space availaable for Enertainment which includes three live music stages where young musicians can perform and has an on-site beer tent. In 2006 it’s name change from “Rickmansworth Canal Festival and Environment Fair” to “Rickmansworth Festival”.
Restaurants in Rickmansworth
Zaza is situated in the high street in Rickmansworth. The building dates back to 1682. There is a warm and intimate atmosphere, which sets the mood for an evening of relaxed dining. On long summer evenings the garden makes perfect alfresco dining. This makes a truly enjoyable experience for all food lovers.
Maurizio's serves freshly prepared traditional Italian cuisine including pasta, pizza and fish. The restaurant also has an extensive wine list to compliment and enhance the meal." This is a lovely Italian Restaurant. Maurizio makes everyone feel so comfortable. Very busy so you need to book in advance. The food is great and they always have loads of specials, usually seafood and delicious!
How many pubs have water flowing through them and what better way to relax than to enjoy good company, great food and drink by the water. The Scotsbridge Mill is a stylish country pub and dining venue which provides good quality homely dishes using all fresh ingredients together with warm hospitality which is just minutes away from Rickmansworth. There are log fires to warm you on winter evenings and cosy corners to sit to chat with friends. The perfect place to eat and there’s free parking behind the restaurant.
If it’s pub food you are after then The Gate in Rickmansworth is the place to visit with an atmosphere which is relaxed, friendly and informal. The Menu on offer is simple but tempting, and includes all the homely things like pizza, steaks and fish & chips, all served in a stylish open plan interior.
Ye Olde Greene Manne
Ye Olde Greene Manne is an Ember Inn situated in Rickmansworth. If you like to unwind with a drink and a meal in a pub that's about relaxing conversation, and not thumping music then this is the place to visit. It caters for grown ups that enjoy drinking & eating out… They offer cask ales and an excellent range of affordable wines and the food menu is freshly prepared using seasonal and traditional pub food favourites and is well worth a visit.
Entertainment in Rickmansworth
The Watersmeet Theatre seats 481 people and is owned by Three Rivers District Council community theatre. It is situated at the heart of Rickmansworth High Street and hosts an eclectic range of productions from musical theatre, comedy and traditional plays, some of which are performed by local groups and many of which arrive from around the country.
The auditorium can transform from a raked theatre to a flat floor for performances or dinner dances, cabarets, weddings, indoor markets and craft fairs.
The White Bear
The White Bear offers live music every Saturday night between 8:00pm and 11:00pm. When you go inside you will see traditional timber beams that date back a 100 years. Whatever you choose to do you will receive a warm and inviting welcome. If it’s food you are after there is a dining area with seating for 30 people where you are served with good food in the evenings. If you like your Sunday Roast you can have traditional Sunday Roast of Lamb, Beef, Pork or Chicken with all the trimmings served to you between 12.00 and 6.00 The White Bear welcomes dogs and it is within walking distance of Batchworth Lock making it an ideal pub for walkers and their dogs.
The Whip & Collar
This 17th century pub used to be coaching inn and is situated right on the river. They serve traditional home made food and in the evenings they have a fresh fish restaurant. During the warm summer months you can sit in the 3 garden areas. In the winter months you can make yourself cosy next to a real log fire with a pint. There is a large selection of wines and lagers. This cosy olde worldy pub also serves real ale.
The Sportsman offers Live Music every Saturday night at 9pm and a "Music Jam" on the last Sunday Afternoon of the month - 3pm-6pm when Musicians just turn up so you can listen to all sorts of music
If you like dancing then you can go to Salsa Corazon for a Mambo Madness Salsa night,
If you have never danced the Salsa before you can go along and learn how. Or, if you can already Salsa you can go along for a really exciting fun evening. You can dance from 7.30pm-11.00pm and get into the rhythm of the great music and dance the Salsa, Merengue or Bachata. There’s free parking and it’s only 2 minutes from Rickmansworth Station.
Where to Stay in Rickmansworth
Long Island Exchange
The Long Island Hotel is a modern-comfortable hotel just 20 minutes from Heathrow and Luton airports and within 5 minutes walk from the town centre. There is a themed American Bar and restaurant and all rooms are en-suite and have tea/coffee making facility and Sky TV. The hotel is situated directly opposite Rickmansworth rail station with trains operating every 15 minutes into London West End, which allows you to go and see a London show or a shopping trip and include some sightseeing. The hotel is within a few minutes from 4 Golf courses, Batchworth Park, Rickmansworth, Moor Park and Sandy Lodge.
The Bedford Arms
The Bedford Arms Hotel is a charming and friendly country house hotel in the Chiltern village of Chenies. It has been recently refurbished in traditional English style with 18 superbly furnished bedrooms, two bars, and our famous oak panelled restaurant, widely considered the finest in the area. It is just ten minutes from the M25 (junction 18).
Springwell Barn is gorgeous barn conversion set in the Hertfordshire countryside. It is located adjacent to the River Colne and it is surrounded by weeping willows and wildlife reserve lakes, which makes it a perfect and serene place to stay for a relaxing break. Springwell Barn still has the original beams, which date back to the late 18th century. In 1796 some of the original wells were covered over by the Grand Union Canal but several wells still exist, which includes quite a significant one, which is situated right in the middle of the kitchen.
The Old Ale House Guest House
The Old Ale House Guest House is a strictly non-smoking B&B accommodation with 3 bedrooms and it is seven minutes walk from Rickmansworth Station. The guesthouse is a grade III listed cottage and the rooms have television, hair dryer and tea or coffee making facilities. Prices include a full English breakfast. This guesthouse is small but friendly
Tall Trees Guest House
This is a small but comfortable accommodation offering bed and breakfast, rooms have tea and coffee making facilities. If you require a special diet, it is advisable to enquire when you are making the booking. There is parking for your car, but guests are requested not to smoke.