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Tel code: 01628 | code search
Postcode: SL6 | code search
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Hungerford Hocktide Court
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Hurley Riverside Park
"A beautiful, well maintained site. It is situated right on the thames riverbank, my husband & I had a very enjoyable picnic on the riverbank,only 2 mins walk from our caravan.Very ..." More

Hurley Riverside Park
"Overall the facilities, location and surroundings are very good. Although we enjoyed our weekend break, I must say they should reconsider their rules and particularly the way they are ..." More

Hurley Riverside Park
"We camped in Hurley just after the summer holidays and found the park to be lovely and clean and very quiet. there are 2 wardens now and i think the ..." More

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Hurley is a picturesque village on the banks of the River Thames, set between Henley-On-Thames and Maidenhead, the remains of a Benedictine Monastery is still visible, together with St Mary’s Church, predominantly Norman with later additions turns back the clock, the west doorway with it’s stunning Norman Arch and zig zag moulding beckons many artists. ’Ye Olde Bell’ acted as a hostelry for visitors to the Monastery in 1135. Hurley Lock is full of history and wildlife, surrounded by woodland and home to Kingfishers, Herons, and Woodpeckers. Hurley is like a vintage wine, it should be relished slowly, but often.

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Hurley Riverside Park

Church

St Mary the Virgin, Hurley

Inn

Black Boys Inn

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Dewdrop Inn
East Arms
Red Lyon
Rising Sun

Shops

The Old Farm House

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Hurley Bed and Breakfast (0.02 miles)

Hurley Bed and Breakfast
Hurley Bed and Breakfast is a pretty, cottage style property. It is situated in the picturesque riverside village of Hurley. Between Henley on Thames and Windsor, it offers a unique setting for guests to enjoy ... More | visit website
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The Olde Bell (0.12 miles)

The Olde Bell

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This modernised coaching inn provides restful rooms with a rustic elegance, and simple, tasty local food. Parts of the building date back to 1135, and the inn’s crooked floors and modest decor ... More | visit website

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Danesfield House Hotel and Spa (0.85 miles)

Danesfield House Hotel and Spa

Danesfield House is set within 65 acres overlooking the Thames. Dining options include the informal Orangery and the award winning Oak Room featuring contemporary cuisine by Adam Simmonds - four AA red rosettes for culinary ... More | visit website

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Black Boy Inn (1.06 miles)

Black Boy Inn
Is the Black Boys Inn a small hotel with a restaurant or a restaurant with a Hotel ? Either way, this 16th Century Property is a lovely place to eat, and the whole experience can only ... More | visit website
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Compleat Angler (2.09 miles)

Compleat Angler

With an idyllic setting right on the banks of the River Thames, this newly refurbished, elegant hotel is a haven of tranquility offering a warm, friendly reception and contemporary facilities. The hotel has 64 stylish ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Marlow (2.13 miles)

A conveniently situated Premier Inn just a quarter of a mile from Marlow train station and 15 miles from Heathrow International Airport. Our Marlow Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room ... More | visit website
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Rashleighs Business Centre (2.19 miles)

Rashleighs Business Centre
Tucked away in a secluded position adjoining many acres of National Trust common and wood land, Rashleighs provides the ideal setting for both business and pleasure. Situated within easy reach of the M4 & M40, ... More | visit website
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The Old House (2.23 miles)

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A delightful quintessentially English village pub and restaurant with 4 fabulously appointed en suite rooms.

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Riders Country House (2.38 miles)

Riders Country House

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Riders is an intimate country house hotel, restaurant and bar. As the name would suggest, an equestrian theme subtly pervades the stylish decor and compliments the relaxed country house atmosphere. Our restaurant ... More

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Glade End Guest House (2.48 miles)

Glade End Guest House

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This hotel is a stylish haven with luxury en suite rooms, easy access to the M4 and M40, and free parking. Glade End Guest House is a 3-minute level walk from High ... More

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