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The Rose & Crown
56 New Street
Henley-on-Thames
Oxfordshire

RG9 2BT | View map

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Craig, Rebecca & George Mee, welcome you all to the Rose and Crown in Henley on Thames. We offer our guests a safe haven to relax, enjoy a drink and a home-cooked and hearty meal, before taking a rest for the night. We have three excellent en-suite double rooms, with TV/DVD player/ipod dock and WiFi available. All our rooms are beautifully decorated and very cozy. Downstairs we have an excellent bar offering a wide selection of drinks and a fantastic fresh food menu. We serve food in the bar or in our dining room at breakfast, lunchtime and in the evening, and children are very welcome. All our food is freshly prepared and homecooked, available every day. On Fridays we offer exciting fish specials. And on Sundays you can enjoy a Sunday Roast with all the trimmings and lashings of gravy (full menu available as well). The Kenton Theatre is a stones throw away so you can enjoy a pre theatre meal, a drink at the interval or drinks after the show.Our large picturesque sunny garden, offers a lovely seating area where children can enjoy feeding the chickens, while enjoying your drinks, food and the beautiful sunshine throughout the day.Serving Food 12- 2.30pm & 6 - 9pm (Mon - Sat) & All day Sunday till 5pm

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