ABOUT HENLEY-ON-THAMES

The Oxfordshire town of Henley is famous for being the home of the annual Henley Royal Regatta, that most English of festivals. Every year it attracts thousands of visitors, over a five day period at the end of June, one of the highlights of the sporting calendar and well-known throughout the world. However, throughout the year this beautiful stretch of the river is alive with rowers, canoeists and day-trippers, enjoying life on the water. Whilst on land other activities such as Polo, equestrian events, bowls and golf take place.

The town has pretty much everything you can ask for, medieval streets, scenic waterside settings, restaurants, bars and interesting shops. Living in the area means you can call this desirable place your home whilst enjoying all that the town has to offer.

The Beeches is located on the quieter outskirts of Henley-onThames in the village of Lower Shiplake, which has its own access to the River Thames and borders The Chilterns ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

ABOUT LOWER SHIPLAKE VILLAGE

Lower Shiplake is a picturesque and much sought after location, a little upstream of Henley-on-Thames. It has a thriving community and includes a village post office/convenience store, a butcher, a garage and an award-winning pub, The Baskerville.

Henley-on-Thames town centre, Marlow and Reading are within easy access providing a comprehensive range of shopping, schooling and recreational facilities. The area is well served for excellent schooling including Shiplake College, Reading Blue Coats, The Abbey School for girls and Queen Anne’s in Caversham.

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