Henley-on-Thames is a town along the River Thames. Considered one of the most beautiful and historic towns in Oxfordshire, along with its 12 century landscape and woodlands. Providing the unmissable opportunity to stroll down the Thames Path and into the Chiltern hills for a lovely view of the Thames Valley.
Henley is home to the extravagant Chiltern Valley Winery and Brewery. The award winning English Vineyard provides the opportunity for tours, tastings and a delightful bed and breakfast, where dinner is also available.
However, Henley-on-Thames is most famous for Henley Royal Regatta. An event in which rowing is taken along the River Thames. The event lasts for five days and has taken place once a year since 1839. Along with watching rowers compete, the vast range of restaurants, cafes and pubs will provide fantastic company.
Some great places to have a bite to eat include the 15th century ale house, The Argyll Pub and Kitchen. The family run business is conveniently located in in the Market place and provides a warm atmosphere along with its range in traditional pub food and ales. As well as the beautifully vintage Spoon Café. Featuring delightful extract coffee and home baked cakes, bread and more. The Café makes a cosy stop in the winter and a refreshing experience in the summer.
Its tranquil ambience is unforgettable.
Lastly, the Warburg Nature Reserve is incredible. Located high up in the Chiltern Hills, its tranquil ambience is unforgettable. Mixed with an array of flowers and extensive woodlands, providing an abundance of habitats for wildlife. The community praise the peaceful and hidden away reserve all year round. With its beautiful picnic area, bird hides and visitors centre.