We would like to welcome you to our friendly country home, situated just one mile from the centre of Henley on Thames.
The Bull on Bell Street is a newly reformed building which in January 2013, Brakspear gave it a completely new make-over and officially opened it on 29th March 2013 (Good Friday)
We highly recommend a visit, be it for lunch, dinner, drinks or a quick snack. Choose from the conservatory, dining room, outdoor area or booth seating, whatever the occasion you will find a table to suit. All food is prepared on the premises, to a high standard using seasonal ingredients. Ideal for meetings, you can use the dining room for privacy and professionalism with the built-in projector screen and free WI-fi. Enjoy afternoon tea (gift vouchers available) or just a good pint!
At the back of our dining area you will be able to see The Bell Street Brewery, this brewery is a very new feature that sold its first pint on 11th may 2013, it is in the very hands of our Head Brewer, Malcolm Mayo, who was until recently Quality Manager at Marston’s Wychwood Brewery and held this important position for 12 years, so we are confident that our beer sold in The Bull on Bell Street is in safe hands.
We provide Jazz entertainment on Saturdays evenings, with our baby grand piano, making us the only bar in Henley to have one of its kind. Also, we have carefully selected our bar range to ensure wide variety combining high quality, to suit all tastes. We have spirits, beers and wines from all over the world, as well as a cask ale brewed in our very own micro-brewery. We make the best cocktails fresh to order too from our very impressive bartenders.
Swiss Farm has been owned and run by the Borlase Family since 1946.
Our five star landscaped park in the Oxfordshire countryside is perfectly placed for guests wishing to visit London, Windsor and Oxford.
The park is just a short walk from the beautiful town of Henley on Thames with it’s fine shops and famous Royal Regatta course.
Explore the area or relax on site and enjoy our wonderful facilities, walk by the Thames or cycle in the Chiltern Hills.
UPRISING – challenging brewing conventions and pushing the boundaries.
Brewing is our passion, it’s in our blood, it’s in our name too – webrew.co.uk!
Windsor ales were once famous amongst rich and poor alike. When Burge’s Brewery closed its doors in 1931, it brought to an end a tradition of Windsor brewing that had lasted for well over 300 years.
In just seven weeks we managed to create a new brewery from scratch. On the 1st March 2010, St David’s Day, we began installing the brewing vessels and on 23rd April 2010, St George’s Day, Guardsman Best Bitter was on sale in pubs. Seventy-nine years after the closure of Windsor’s last brewery, beer was back!
Our ambition is simple – to make Windsor famous again as a brewer of some of the finest and most talked about beers in the country.
Our ambition remains simple – to make great traditional cask ales and have great fun on the way. We hope you continue having as much pleasure drinking them as we have making them.
Marlow based microbrewery producing a range of quality fresh and bottled beers. Brewery shop open Mon to Sat 8am to 7pm selling beer, wine, cider and local produce.
Our draught range made up of 3 full time, 4 seasonal and monthly specials with full time and special bottled beers too.
Monthly social nights. Membership Club and regular wine tastings…
The Museum of English Rural Life is a museum dedicated to recording the changing face of farming and the countryside in England. It houses designated collections of national importance that span the full range of objects, archives, photographs, film and books.The museum is run by the University of Reading, and is situated in Redlands Road to the rear of the institution’s London Road Campus near to the centre of Reading in southern England. The location was formerly known as East Thorpe House and then St. Andrews Hall.History of the museum and its siteThe museum’s site was originally occupied by a house known as East Thorpe, designed in 1880 by Alfred Waterhouse for Alfred Palmer (of the Reading biscuit manufacturers Huntley & Palmers). Palmer was an important early benefactor of Reading University and in 1911 East Thorpe was extended to become St Andrews Hall, a hall of residence for women attending the university.The museum itself was founded in 1951, growing out of the university’s long academic connections with agriculture. It originally occupied premises on the University of Reading’s main Whiteknights Campus.St Andrews Hall closed as a hall of residence in 2001, despite some opposition from current and former members. The site was then redeveloped for the use of the museum, with the cost of £11m being shared by the university, the Heritage Lottery Fund and public donations. The redeveloped museum opened in 2005 and retains the original East Thorpe building, with the addition of an adjoining new building. The two contrasting buildings overlook restored gardens, providing a setting for a rural collection in an urban environment.
Welcome to The Caversham Rose
Offering a stylish, contemporary twist on the traditional pub, The Caversham Rose is the perfect place to enjoy fine food, stunning interiors, and a great atmosphere.
Whether you’re looking to grab a quick pint after work, enjoy a delicious meal for two, or simply relax and unwind after a long, hard week, The Caversham Rose provides the perfect space to relax, socialise, and dine in ultimate style.
Located in the heart of Caversham, this newly refurbished pub, bar and restaurant offers all of the components you’d expect to find in a pub for people with great taste.
Serving up freshly cooked, seasonal food, our range of deliciously tempting menus that cater for all tastes and preferences. From light lunches and three-course dinners, through to sharing plates and Sunday roasts, there’s something for everyone. We’ve even prepared a special menu for your little ones.
As well as providing the perfect backdrop for everyday dining, The Caversham Rose is also the perfect place to host a wide range of special events, including birthdays, anniversaries, business meetings and much more ‘in our new private dining room’
From the moment you step into The Caversham Rose, you’ll be able to enjoy great food and drink and unrivalled hospitality, all set within stylish, contemporary surroundings.
A whole host of daytime, evening & weekend workshops, classes & courses – held in the centre of Henley – designed for complete beginners, experienced artists, rusty artists, A’Level students & children – all are most welcome…
The River & Rowing Museum is one of the U.K’s leading regional museums. Situated in picturesque Henley-on-Thames, the museum has a permanent collection exploring the River Thames, the international sport of rowing, the town of Henley and the Wind in the Willows. In addition, the museum plays host to a number of visiting exhibitions, working with partners such as the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, the Hayward Gallery, Southbank and the National Portrait Gallery in London.
The Museum is a registered educational charity, and welcomes over 100,000 visitors per year, including 20,000 children and adults who enjoy time in the purpose built learning centre.