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Hotels in Henley-on-Thames

Leander Club
Henley-on-Thames
Oxfordshire

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Leander is the world famous rowing Club situated on the banks of the Thames that has recently completed a major building and refurbishment programme. This includes eleven individually designed en-suite bedrooms filled with memorabilia of rowing Universities and Schools, a wonderful Club atmosphere, dining facilities and is within a stones throw of the historic town of Henley-on-Thames.The Club is an ideal venue for the business traveller in the Thames Valley or for couples wishing to spend time in the beautiful surrounding countryside and ideally located for visits to the Cotswolds, Windsor, Ascot and even London. Our environment is not suitable for family accommodation.

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Nearest Train Station: Henley-on-Thames
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Number of Rooms: 11
Number Ensuite: 11

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast & VAT
Double: 140
Twin: 140
Single: 110 - Single occupancy
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Cuisine: English / Continental

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