Festival favourites

We’re frequently asked for recommendations of great places to eat and stay, so here are a few of our favourites –

ImagesHotel du Vin
View website  |  New Street, Henley RG9 2BP  |  01491 877 579

Occupying the site of an 18th century brewery in the centre of town, Hotel du Vin is now a stylish boutique hotel with a refined French bistro. Its relaxed terrace, fresh new menu and extensive wine list make it the perfect place to relax before or after events. Visit the hotel website for room rates and availability.



Images3Shaun Dickens at the Boathouse
View website  |  Station Road, Henley-on-Thames RG9 1AZ  |  01491 577 937

Shaun Dickens at the Boathouse is a beautiful fine dining restaurant set in an old boathouse, just feet from the river. Don’t miss the lovely deck area to enjoy a drink and a fabulous lunch, watching the boats go by. Weekend breakfasts from £5, lunch from £25.95, dinner from £40 per person.



Images4The Greyhound Freehouse Ltd
View website  |  Gallowstree Road, Peppard RG9 5HT (10 mins drive from Henley)  |  0118 972 2227

What we’re doing at The Greyhound is something completely different. Forget gastro, forget poncey – this is real food for real people. Whether you want grouse, a wagyu steak or a burger we’re guaranteed to have something for you, so put your book down for the moment and get over here! Menu approx. £20-40 per



Images2Café Copia
View website  |  25 Market Place, Henley RG9 2AA  |  01491 598 808

Cafe Copia is a small family of local cafes dedicated to serving freshly prepared food and drinks, which we strive to locally source, are good for you and taste delicious. Enjoy free WIFI without sign-up, friendly service, good size tables and a child friendly atmosphere for breakfast and lunch.person

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