Henley on Thames
Adjacent to the River Thames, Henley is overlooked by a beautiful Chiltern landscape of wooded hills and green fields. Its historic church, Town Hall, market square, many local shops, plus its own theatre/cinema, mean Henley is a delightful place for mooching about.
Best known for its annual Royal Regatta, Henley attracts some of the world’s finest rowers. Why not enjoy your own boat trip down the Regatta course and stop off at the town’s award-winning River and Rowing Museum.
The stretch of river between the regatta finish and Henley Bridge is the location for the annual Henley Festival of Music and Arts. Now a popular hospitality venue, it attracts some of the world’s top entertainers to perform on a floating stage in front of a dinner-jacketed audience; as well as holding exhibitions of art and sculpture.
Henley is 25 miles south east of Oxford and there are delightful walks around the town, leading you along the Thames Path and up into the Chiltern Hills for wonderful views of the Thames Valley.
A World Heritage site reflecting the importance of both the house and the 2100 acre park. The Deddington Arms offers free tickets to Blenheim Palace with the Special Two Night Break Offer.
The Deddington Arms offers free tickets to Bletchley Park with the Special Two Night Break Offer. Distance 27 miles
Where you can immerse yourself in a thousand years of jaw-dropping history come rain or shine. The Deddington Arms offers free tickets to Warwick Castle with the Special Two Night Break Offer.
There is no better way to explore the sights of Oxford city than to join the open-topped Oxford Sightseeing Bus.
Heritage Motor Centre
The Heritage Motor Centre is home to the world’s largest collection of British Cars with nearly 300 cars in its collection. Stay two nights and get two free tickets for the Heritage Motor Centre