Walkers are Welcome Henley Partners

These businesses in Henley-on-Thames and surrounding villages, are members of Walkers are Welcome.

The Barn, Turville Heath
A unique, historic barn cafe for walkers, cyclists and horseback riders exploring the beautiful Chilterns. Fully open Thursday to Sunday and bank holidays. Open for self-service & basic refreshments from Monday to Wednesday.

The Catherine Wheel, Henley-on-Thames
The Catherine Wheel is first documented in Henley in 1499 in the will of the wealthy burgher John Lyde. He leaves the “Katheryne Whyll on the high street” (later called Hart Street) of Henley to his wife Isabel.


The Cherry Tree, Stoke Row
The Cherry Tree Inn Pub & Restaurant with Rooms in the South Oxfordshire village of Stoke Row is Privately owned and run with meticulous attention to detail. Situated in the Chiltern Hills, some 15 minutes from the main historic town of Henley on Thames, it is surrounded by beautiful beach woods and is a tranquil haven.


The Five Horseshoes, Maidensgrove
The Five Horseshoes is a lovely 16th Century country pub with brass, wrought iron, beams, log fires, with fine ales and excellent wines, a large conservatory restaurant area and two snug bar areas.


Maltsters Arms, Rotherfield Greys
A beautiful traditional English pub right in the middle of the Henley countryside, with a beautiful beer garden.

Famous for Sunday Lunches all year round & seasonal locally sourced game, Cornish fish, plant -based specials & homemade bar snacks.


River & Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames
Situated on the Thames Path between Mill & Marsh Meadows and running a lively programme of temporary and visiting exhibitions, the Museum works with partners such as the National Portrait Gallery, the V&A and the Hayward Gallery in London.

The River & Rowing Museum welcomes walkers and contains a superb cafe that is open to everyone, not just ticket holders.


The Stag & Huntsman, Hambleden
Set amidst the stunning back drop of the Chiltern Hills, between Henley-on-Thames and Marlow, The Stag and Huntsman is the perfect countryside retreat located within the picturesque Hambleden village.


Stoke Row Store, Stoke Row
Stoke Row's little coffee shop, takeaway and convenience store is situated in the heart of the village. Open every day for coffee and cake, freshly made sandwiches, the famous bacon baguettes, and home made vegetable soup served with crusty bread amongst other tasty things. Also; freshly baked bread, sour dough, cheese, yogurt, milk, fresh fruit and veg, beer and wine.


The White Hart, Nettlebed
Nestled in the heart of the pretty village of Nettlebed and close to Henley and Marlow, The White Hart is a stylish and comfortable country inn that dates back to the 14th century and still retains a traditional charm. What could be better than warming yourself next to a roaring log fire in the winter, enjoy a good meal on a weekend, or unwind with a glass of wine outside on a warm summer’s evening.


The Argyll, Henley-on-Thames
The Argyll is a warm and inviting family run pub serving traditional cask ales and quality home cooked food, located in Market Place, Henley-on-Thames.

The Argyll was famously featured in two episodes of popular tv detective series Midsomer Murders and welcomes walkers, families, dogs and of course, fans of the show!


Loddon Brewery, Dunsden Green
Founded in 2002 by Chris and Vanessa Hearn, Loddon Brewery remains a family run, working brewery with a tap room, home made snacks and plenty of seating inside & out.


The Unicorn, Peppard Common
The Unicorn pub and restaurant is a unique and atmospheric country pub, boasting great ales, lagers, spirits and wine along with a simple, yet refined menu packed with locally sourced ingredients and seasonal produce.


Going Forward Buses, Goring
Going Forward Buses is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company based in Goring that is working hard to expand services in the area for the benefit of the local community. There are no shareholders to worry about or dividends to pay - our only concern is to give you the best service possible with the resources we have.

A Foot in the Chilterns
'A Foot in the Chilterns' was born out of a passion for nature and the countryside and a wish to share that passion with all people – able and less able.

Walks and activities for all from wheelchair users to fitness fanatics in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is easily accessible with good road and public transport links.

 Website    07966 245 264 (Anthea Osborn-Jones)    info@afootinthechilterns.co.uk    Facebook    Twitter

Pipsticks Walks
At Pipsticks Walks we specialise in providing expertly led Guided Walking and Nordic Walking activities in this wonderful part of southern England.

Our walks and activities are ideal for individuals, couples, walking groups, families and friends. They are also a great way to energise your team. Whether you choose a group activity or private guiding or tuition, we will ensure that you get the most from your precious time in the great outdoors.

Henley & Goring Ramblers
Henley and Goring Ramblers is a friendly group that attracts and welcomes walkers from all over Oxfordshire and further afield. We bring out a comprehensive walks programme twice a year which includes a wide range of local walks both long and short, long distance linear trails, weekends away and longer trips in UK and Europe. We also have a lively social programme organised by our Events Team with events such as an annual BBQ, the Chantry House lecture and social evening and a Christmas dinner.

Henley Health Walks
Walking for Health is England’s largest network of health walks with over 360 active walking schemes, helping people across the country lead a more active lifestyle. We’ve done this with great success for over 14 years, improving the mental and physical well-being of thousands of people.

 WalkingForHealth.org.uk    07766 991 487 (Annalie Thomasson)    Facebook    Twitter