West Molesey, Surrey
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West Molesey is located in the borough of Elmbridge in the county of Surrey. Along with East Molesey, it forms the town of Molesey. The region has been referred to as one of the most beautiful, yet undiscovered treasures, located in suburban London. Its proximity to central London has helped the town to become a famous residential area, as well as boosting the local economy with numerous visitors from the city coming into West Molesey for its picturesque locations and well-known attractions. One of the most famous landmarks in the area includes Hampton Court Palace. Seeing deer, bird watching and walking the scenic trails are all activities that can be enjoyed in West Molesey.
Barclays Bank is situated on the High Street and is one of the main employers in the area. Numerous other banks and financial institutions also occupy serviced offices in the vicinity. Other notable businesses that have a significant presence in the region include computer services firms, builders, management consultants and recruitment specialists. There is plenty of retail space in the area, with Sainsbury’s and Tesco stores serving the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
West Molesey has several great pubs that offer unique night time entertainment in the area. The Cannon, The Royal Oak, Lord Hotham and The Surveyor all offer lively entertainment in a fun setting. The options for dining out may not be extensive, but what they lack in quantity, they more than make up for in quality. The Nice Buns Bakery Sandwich Bar serves excellent sandwiches and snacks, whereas The Viceroy offers authentic Indian food that offers great value for money.
Hampton Court railway station is the closest railhead in the area. In spite of being named after a nearby town, the station is located in West Molesey. Services on the South West railway network can be accessed from here, with London Waterloo station reachable in less than half hour. Surbiton and Clapman Junction are two of the main stops on the route, from where you can change trains to access numerous destinations in Surrey and London. Regular bus routes head to Kingston and Richmond, with onwards access to Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.