Here from the Swan Inn by foot would take you 6 minutes to walk to Syon Park. Syon is one of the last great houses of London, and has been in the family of the present owners for more than 400 years. Profoundly historic, the House holds a wealth of art within its grand classical interiors, while the Park and Gardens feel like deep countryside, although barely nine miles from Charing Cross. Click the link below to visit there webpage................
Kew is London's largest UNESCO World Heritage site offering unique landscapes, vistas and iconic architecture from every stage of the Gardens' history. Our collection of living plants is the largest and most diverse in the world, growing out in the landscape and within our glasshouses and nurseries........
Vincent ended up in Isleworth in June 1876 after the school that employed him as an assistant teacher
moved there from Ramsgate.
''His boss, William Port Stokes (c. 1832–1890), held out the prospect of a small salary after the move (he had previously only promised room and board). On top of food and shelter, if Vincent was lucky, he would receive a maximum of £20 annually. By comparison,
a year earlier, he had been earning £90 a year working for the art dealers
Goupil & Cie. Vincent therefore had to live more modestly than he
was used to''