A suburban district in the borough of Merton, Raynes Park is a residential area that shares its borders with a number of affluent parts of London like Wimbledon and Coombe. Raynes Park has many wide open spaces with a number of parks spread out across the area. The pleasant surroundings have attracted a number of popular personalities, over the years, including Oliver Reed, Graham Stuart, Richard Briers, Danny Cipriani and others. The area is surrounded by major attractions such as Ham House & Garden, Chessington World of Adventures, and Kew Palace, among others.
Raynes Park has a number of serviced offices that house businesses such as web design firms, computer technicians, lawyers, tour operators, clothing manufacturers, and catering companies. Other businesses in the area include heating installation firms, electricians, builders and building material providers. Lloyds and NatWest have their offices in the area, as do public relation firms, distribution services and structural consultants.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Raynes Park offers live performance, theatre and cinema hotspots for people of all ages. Venues include the Polka Children’s Theatre as well as the Rose Theatre Kingston. Banana Cabaret offers some great stand-up artists while the Ritzy Cinema offers a unique movie experience in a century-old venue. There is cuisine to suit all tastes and preferences in and around Raynes Park. Soban serves up great Korean food or you can try Cocum for a taste of Indian cuisine. Head to Ambience for some Mediterranean cooking or enjoy the British food at The HG Wells.
Raynes Park is within easy reach of Wimbledon tube station while Raynes Park and Wimbledon Chase railway stations are also just a short distance away. For those preferring to travel by road, bus and taxis services are efficient and reliable throughout the area.