Situated close to popular towns including Hurley, Malow, Henley-on-Thames and Maidenhead, there is plenty to do near Hurley House Hotel.
Just 5 minutes down the road, explore the quaint town of Hurley. This rural agricultural village situated on The River Thames is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of town life. Find things to do in Hurley below:
Temple Golf Course
Hurley, Maidenhead, West Berkshire, SL6 5LH
Tel. 01628 824248
Temple golf club was established in 1909 and is ranked as the 10th best golf course in the county by the website Top 100 Golf Courses.
Peter Freebody Boat Hire
Thames Boathouses, Mill Lane, Hurley, Berkshire, SL6 5ND
Tel. 01628 824382
The Freebody family have been living and working on the middle Thames since the 13th Century. With many picturesque towns and villages within cruising distance of the boatyard, arrival by launch makes for a truly memorable experience.
Only five miles from Hurley House.
Nestled in a valley in the Chilterns, you’ll find the delightful 12th-century market town of Henley-on-Thames. Henley’s historic centre is just a few minutes’ walk from The River Thames from where you can walk along the Thames Path, hire a rowing or motorboat or just relax and watch the world go by.
A world-renowned centre of rowing thanks to the Royal Regatta, Henley has a quaint atmosphere, quirky independent shops and a peppering of museums and galleries. Furthermore, the annual Festival of Music and Arts is always a cultural treat for the diary. There are plenty of activities to keep you entertained at Henley-on-Thames:
Humphreys of Henley
Tel: 01491 575819
Henley’s only dedicated luxury concierge service delivering exceptional experiences in the Chilterns. Bespoke guest experiences or select your experience:
– A Festive Day of Decadence
– A Festive Day in an English Market Town
– A Festive day on an English Estate
– Twelve Inspirational Experiences in the Chilterns
– Luxury on Location: Investigate Midsomer Murders
– Shooting and Wine Tasting in the English Countryside
– Hidden Henley and Hambleden ValleyClays, Country Inns, English Breweries and Vineyards
River and Rowing Museum
Mill Lane, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 1BF
Tel: 01491 415600
The River & Rowing Museum holds 20,000 items covering the international sport of rowing, the history of Henley on Thames, the story of the River Thames and the children’s book Wind in the Willows, including objects, photographs, books, ephemera and archive material.
Hobbs of Henley Boat Hire
Station Rd, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 1AZ
Tel. 01491 572035
If you’d like to explore Britain’s most historic river or just relax and let the world drift by there’s no better way to start than with Hobbs. Based in the beautiful riverside market town of Henley-on-Thames. You can experience your very own self driven boat without boat hire or enjoy a public cruise or private charter.
Rotherfield Greys, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 4PG
Tel: 01491 628529
This picturesque 16th-century mansion and tranquil gardens, set in the rolling hills of the Chilterns. The series of walled gardens is a colorful patchwork of interest set amid medieval ruins. Other buildings from earlier eras include the great tower from the 12th century and a rare Tudor donkey wheel, in use until the early 20th century.
Chiltern Valley Winery and Brewery
Old Luxters, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 6JW
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Old Luxters is home to ‘Chiltern Valley Wines’, its Vineyard, Winery, Old Luxters Brewery, Liqueur making facilities and cellar shop.
Stonor, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 6HF
Home to the Stonor family for over 850 years, Stonor Park is one of the oldest family homes still lived in today. The lush parkland is set in a dramatic, sweeping valley deep within the heart of the Chiltern Hills.
New St, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 2BP
Tel. 01491 575698
The theatre was founded 7 November 1805 and is the fourth oldest working theatre in the United Kingdom.
The pretty riverside town of Marlow is located just 3 miles away. Its most famous landmark is the 19th-century suspension bridge, designed by William Tierney Clark, who used a similar design for his bridge linking Buda and Pest in Hungary. The town offers a vast array of independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants plus lovely riverside walks. Every June the Marlow Town Regatta and Festival takes place providing two days of rowing and entertainment. Discover things to do in Marlow:
Bencombe Farm, Marlow Bottom, Marlow, SL7 3LT
The brewery was started by two friends who met at the Sir William Borlase School in Marlow. After watching the old Marlow based Wethered Brewery close in 1987 the two friends started plans to revive Marlow’s brewing tradition in 1991.
We stock Rebellion in our bar area, come and try a pint!
Crowned by stunning Windsor Castle – the largest and oldest inhabited castle in the world and the Queen’s favourite weekend home – and linked by the beautiful River Thames, the Royal Borough has a rich mix of history, culture, heritage and fun making it one of South East England’s loveliest short break destinations and a ‘must-see’ for everyone’s list. Explore what’s on in Windsor:
Winkfield Rd, Windsor, SL4 4AY
Tel: 0871 222 2001
If theme parks are your thing, then you will love visiting Legoland.
Windsor, SL4 1NJ
Tel. 0303 123 7334
The largest and oldest inhabited castle in the world and the Queen’s favourite weekend home. Witness the colorful spectacle and British pageantry of the guards marching through the streets of Windsor for the Changing the Guard ceremony within Windsor Castle’s walls – it’s a sight not to be missed!
Wick Ln, Englefield Green, Egham, TW20 0UJ
Tel. 01753 860 222
Relax and be inspired by the seasonal interest in beautiful gardens such as the Savill Garden in Windsor Great Park.
Maidenhead Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 5JJ
Tel. 01753 498 400
Enjoy a flutter on the horses at Royal Windsor Racecourse, popular for Monday evening meetings and themed race days.
Other nearby towns include Ascot and Taplow. Discover Ascot Racecourse, home of Royal Ascot in June, and Cliveden House set in long beautiful National Trust Gardens in Taplow.