Greys Court & Henley on Thames Tour
Beautiful Manor House and Amazing Gardens.
This picturesque house, mainly Tudor in style, has a beautiful courtyard and one surviving tower dating from 1347. The house was involved in Jacobean intrigue and has a fascinating history. It was the home of the Brunner family until recent years and after extensive conservation work the house exudes a welcoming atmosphere with a well-stocked kitchen and homely living rooms.Tudor wheelhouse and beautiful walled flower and vegetable gardens, maze and ice-house.
Henley on Thames Tour
Winner of a Britain-in-Bloom Gold medal, this 13th century market town is one of the most beautiful towns in England.
Henley's historic heart sits a few strides from the river Thames. The main street has many Georgian frontages covering older buildings and among the 300 buildings within the town designated 'of special architectural or historical interest' are St Mary's church, the town hall, market place and Henley Bridge.This is a town with an international reputation for the world’s greatest rowing regatta, the of the summer arts festival plus 80's music fest Rewind to measure up to. And Henley respects tradition.
During our travels
We look at Greys Court picturesque 16th-century mansion.
Wonderfully intricate workings of the Tudor donkey wheel.
The wall to the Great Tower, dating from the late 12th century
18th-century parkland, romantic ruins.
The gardens are the big attraction, there are several including a kitchen garden, rose garden, white garden and cherry garden all of which are a delight to wander round.
The house is a wonderful example of an English country home with a breathtaking view of the valley.Homemade scones and shortbread served in the tea-room.
Ticket Adult: £11.70
We look at Henley-on-Thames.
Adjacent to the River Thames, Henley is overlooked by a beautiful Chiltern landscape of wooded hills and green fields. Its historic church, Town Hall, market square, many local shops. Best known for its annual Royal Regatta, Henley attracts some of the world's finest rowers.
The costs for tours above do not include any admission costs or refreshments.