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Rose & Crown Inn
56 New Street
Henley-on-Thames
Oxfordshire

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Craig & Rebecca Mee would like to welcome you to The Rose & Crown in Henley. Today we offer the our guests a safe haven to relax, enjoy a drink and a hearty meal, before taking a rest for the night. We have three excellent en-suite double rooms, with TV and WiFi. A full English breakfast included. All beautifully decorated and very cosy. Downstairs we have an excellent bar offering a wide selection of drinks and a fantastic fresh food menu. Serving food in the bar or in our dining room at breakfast, lunchtime and in the evening. All our food is freshly prepared and homecooked, available every day. On Fridays we offer exciting fish specials. And on Sundays you can enjoy a Sunday Roast with all the trimmings and lashings of gravy (full menu availabe as well).

The Kenton Theatre is a stones throw away so you can enjoy a pre theatre meal, a drink at the interval or drinks after the show. Our large picturesque garden at the rear, offers a lovely seating area, to enjoy drinks, food and the sunshine throughout the day. We offer bargain breaks, mid week breaks and special offers throughout the year contact us for further details.

We look forward to welcoming you...

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