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The town of Henley in Arden is to be found in the county of Warwickshire surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK. Originally a settlement dating back to Anglo Saxon times and the later medieval architecture is still apparent today in a number of its buildings, the High Street is around a mile long and is deemed a Conservation Area with over 150 buildings being deemed as being of Special Architectural and Historic Interest. Arguably the oldest building is Joseph Hardy House (the Heritage Centre) which archaeologists consider dates from around 1345, whilst the town also boasts two churches, the Church of St Nicholas, in part dating from Norman times and the church of St John the Baptist dating from around 1448. The history of the town is attributable to its popularity, it lay at an important juncture for trade in the 19th century between London, Stafford and Birmingham and from its desire to succeed as a town it grew along the lines of the existing high street. Today Henley in Arden is a popular tourist destination in its own rights with its picturesque variety of shops, pubs and wine bars, the town still holds regular markets on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays retaining that medieval flavour that makes this a “must see” on any visit to the area. Located in the heart of the countryside and yet with easy motorway access to the M40 and M42 it is easy to appreciate why residents and visitors enjoy this superb town.


Henley-in-Arden Heritage Centre


Meadow Furlong

Care Home

Mockley Manor


St John the Baptist Church


Complete Dental
G & S Dental Studios


Henley in Arden Medical Centre

Golf Club

Haven Pastures Golf Club
Henly Golf & Country Club

Pub and Bar

Bird In Hand
Three Tuns Pub


Bird In Hand
Three Tuns Pub


Henley in Arden High School
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School




Henley Cars Ltd


Arden Forest

Sports Clubs

Henley in Arden CC (Cricket)



Yew tree Farm Craft Centre


Le Grenier
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Henley Hotel (1.08 miles)

Henley Hotel

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This delightful hotel with good access to the nec and Birmingham International Airport is set in a peaceful location. Henley Hotel is small and friendly but provides a quality and ... More

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Mows Hill Farm (2.06 miles)

Mows Hill Farm
Luxury B & B in large family farmhouse. Peaceful rural location, ideal for visiting Stratford Upon Avon, Warwick, Worcester, the NEC and NAC. Many National Trust properties nearby, the Cotswolds less than 30 minutes away. Two large ... More | visit website
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Ardencote (3.12 miles)


Ardencote is a 4 Star, privately owned and independent Hotel situated in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside. Set on 83 acres of landscaped grounds and an 18 hole golf course, Ardencote is the ideal ... More | visit website

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Nuthurst Grange Country House Hotel & Restaurant (3.37 miles)

Nuthurst Grange Country House Hotel & Restaurant

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Nuthurst Grange nestles in 71/2 acres of landscaped gardens and woodlands and has fifteen luxuriously spacious bedrooms. All the bedrooms have private bathrooms with air-spa baths and showers, and are provided ... More

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Tudor Rose Cottage (3.81 miles)

Tudor Rose Cottage

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Our cottage is located just a 10 minute drive from Stratford upon Avon. An ideal base for those who wish to explore the world of William Shakespeare, the Cotswolds, Warwick ... More

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Austons Down (3.93 miles)

Austons Down

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Austons Down Bed and Breakfast accomodation is in a family home set in 100 acres (43ha) of the Arden special landscape area. Situated 10 minutes drive ... More

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Studley Castle (4.13 miles)

Studley Castle

Experience the elegant restaurant and lounge allowing you to relax before taking advantage of the modern comforts of the castle's overnight accommodation, with a choice of en-suite bedrooms to suit all needs.With Stratford upon Avon ... More | visit website

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Eden End Guest House (4.28 miles)

Eden End Guest House
Eden End 4 Star Guest House in Solihull offers a high standard of en-suite accommodation. All rooms have been totally refurbished, with access to wireless network, flat screen TV's with freeview and DVD players, power ... More | visit website
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Aylesbury House Hotel (4.39 miles)

Aylesbury House Hotel

Formerly a private manor house owned by the Aylesbury family, set in 12 acres of beautiful grounds. With excellent service and comfort, the hotel is ideal for both business and pleasure.

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Premier Inn Solihull (Hockley Heath) (4.43 miles)

Conveniently located within easy reach of the M42 with excellent transport links; Dorridge train station is 2 miles away and if you're catching a plane Birmingham International Airport is just 8.5 miles away. Our Solihull (Hockley ... More | visit website

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