Lifestyle

Luxury, location and convenience

Wimbledon Village is one of South West London’s most desirable areas, having the best of both worlds.  Only 20 minutes by train from Central London yet enjoying a quiet location surrounded by the green, open spaces of Wimbledon Common and with Richmond Park only a ten minute drive away.

Schools

Wimbledon High School

WHS is an all-girls’ school founded in 1880 and is consistently in the top 20 in the league tables in the UK for both GCSE and A Level results.

Kings College School

KCS is a mainstream independent school for boys aged from 11 to 18 and girls from 16 to 18 with a linked junior school. It consistently tops the league tables, managing to deliver outstanding examination results without the atmosphere of an academic hothouse.

King’s was founded by royal charter in 1829 and moved to Wimbledon in 1897with the junior school being established in 1912.

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Eating & drinking in the Village

The Ivy

Open seven days a week the Wimbledon Village branch of this popular upmarket brasserie and café chain has a ground floor restaurant, intimate garden terrace and private first-floor dining room.  At the very heart of Wimbledon Village, The Ivy Café presents a relaxed yet stylish dining experience

Cent Anni

Cent Anni is a modern, independent Italian restaurant serving freshly prepared classic Italian food in a contemporary style. 

Maison St Cassien

Maison St. Cassien is an independent café and restaurant situated in the very heart of Wimbledon Village with outside space.. Offering a varied Mediterranean and Lebanese menu, in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

Hemingways

Hemingways is the only locally owned and independent cocktail bar in Wimbledon Village. Awarded ‘Best Cocktail Bar in South-West London’, Hemingways has an extensive menu of cocktails and fine wines.  Regular live music events are held throughout the year.

Vallebona

Vallebona specialises in delivering fine Italian food to businesses and households in Wimbledon Village. For a foodie experience, customers can view Vallebona’s entire range under one roof in their Wimbledon shop.  The Vineria wine bar is the perfect place for an impromptu coffee, light lunch, or glass of wine, and can also be rented out for private functions.

Bayley & Sage

Bayley & Sage first opened its doors in Wimbledon Village back in 1997 and now has six more shops across South West London.  Bayley & Sage take pride in delivering superb quality and offering products which reflect the best of the season  and delicious seasonal dishes prepared daily in their kitchens. Freshly baked bread, flowers and a fantastic selection of wines are also available in store

Activities & Culture

AELTC

Founded in 1868 the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club is home of the famous Wimbledon Tennis Championships every summer.   The only grass Grand Slam in the world. There is also a museum open for visitors all year round to learn about the history of the club and the Championships.

Wimbledon Village Stables

Wimbledon Village Stables offers exceptional horse riding in London, giving riders of all abilities the opportunity to escape the city and embark on an equestrian adventure.  The stables offer riders a very special experience and some of the finest horse riding in London, thanks to the stunning countryside and wildlife of Wimbledon Common and Richmond Park.

Royal Wimbledon Golf Course

Royal Wimbledon Golf Club is the third oldest golf Club in England dating back to 1865 and is a hidden gem in the middle of the Common. It has a rich history embracing both the evolution of the Club and the game of golf.  It continues to evolve to keep pace with the game and today provides a tough test over tight fairways with gorse and heather thrown in for good measure.

The Windmill

The Windmill has been a distinctive landmark since it was built in 1817 to serve the local community. However it only operated until 1864, when the machinery was removed and it was converted to residential accommodation. Today the sails have been restored to working order and the building houses a fascinating museum of windmills, with exhibits on rural life and local history. Next door to the Windmill Museum are the Windmill Tearooms offering  a range of appetising homemade food, hot and cold drinks, and ice-cream. The large patio area outside makes it a popular choice with families and dog-walkers.

Bookfest

Wimbledon BookFest is a not for profit charity promoting arts, culture and education with the aim of developing the cultural offerings to the local community. Held on the Common twice a year Wimbledon BookFest fans can look forward to a programme of events featuring a range of writers, artists and thinkers – from well-known names to important new voices and local talent, combined with educational projects for local schools and young people.

WHS is an all-girls’ school founded in 1880.  Consistently in the top 20 in the league tables in the UK for both GCSE and A Level results the school says it is proudly feminist and prides itself on being pioneering and progressive in delivering an education designed to play to girls’ strengths

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