Windsor and Henley on Thames sit on one of the most beautiful stretches of the River Thames and your skipper will share the history, the stories and
our royal connections with you. As you board your stunning river launch, you can step back in time and delight in the traditions of the river.
Please note that the access to the boat is such that it means this trip is not suitable for people with limited mobility.
Setting off you will cruise under the Grade I listed Marlow Bridge designed by William Tierney-Clark before passing Marlow itself on your right.
Take in the views of the beautiful private houses and open space of Higginson Park. Bisham Abbey, a Grade I listed manor house and home to a National Sports Centre within it’s grounds.
Once up through Hurley Lock the long reach to Hambleden is ahead of you. Here the countryside is abundant and the scenery is magnificent. The calm waters and splendid riverside properties conjure up the memories of the heyday of Henley as the perfect riverside destination.
Henley on Thames, home to the world renowned Henley Royal Regatta, has an attractive waterfront with many moored boats and resident swans. It is a
traditional market town and home to Asquiths, the world famous teddy bear shop and a wonderful selection of options for lunch, afternoon tea and
Phyllis Court is a traditional private members club with beautiful rooms overlooking the river Thames in Henley.
This elegant historic mansion is set in 18 acres of land with lawns sweeping down to the river. The newly refurbished Riverside Pavilion, a Grade II
listed building, overlooks the world famous Henley Regatta course, and is a stunning location from which to watch Henley Regatta
Cliveden Reach is renowned as one of the prettiest spots on the Thames.
Boulter's Lock was formerly called Ray Mill Lock, after the adjacent mill owned by the Ray family who produced flour. The first-ever lock keeper was
the miller's son, John. The mills became Boulter's Inn in 1950. The word 'bolter' is an old English word for miller, hence the name Boulter's Lock.