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General Enquiries: (+44) 020 8614 7800 [email protected] 

Course Enquiries: (+44) 020 8614 7815 | [email protected]

Clinic Enquiries: (+44) 020 8614 7822 | [email protected]

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Our location

 

Travelling to ION

Parking. There are no parking spaces available at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition; however the Paradise Road multi-storey car park is adjacent to our building. Disabled parking is available in this car park. For more information about parking and fees visit the Richmond Borough Council car park page.

Disabled facilities at ION. There is ramped access to the ION office main front door and a lift to the lower ground floor. There is ramped access to the toilets, however there are no disabled toilet facilities.

Travelling by train or tube to ION. Ambassador House is within a short walking distance (0.3 miles) of Richmond Mainline Railway / London Underground station (District Line Zone 4).

Travelling to ION by air. Heathrow and Gatwick are the nearest airports, you can plan your onward journey with to ION with Transport for London.

 

Accommodation

Richmond is blessed with a number of good quality hotels to suit all budgets.  The nearest to ION is a Travelodge hotel which is located under a minute’s walk from ION on Paradise Road in Richmond.

 

Explore Richmond

While visiting us at ION, why not take advantage of some fantastic amenities, shops, restaurants, architecture and things-to-do in Richmond.  The walk along the River Thames is especially lovely and you don't have to walk far to realise why painter William Turner immortalised the view of the Thames from Richmond Hill.

This map highlights local some of these. [Last updated: Jan 2016]