Hurley Accommodation and Other Services
RambleFest lists details of Hurley accommodation and other services, including contact info, and website and location links.
Hurley is ½ mile off the Thames Path. Hurley map
Black Boys Inn
Henley Road, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 5NQ
Tel: 01628 824212
Type: Inn accommodation and Restaurant
Info: close to Thames Path, but 1¼ miles west of centre of Hurley.
“With origins, in part, dating back to the 16th Century the Inn is full of atmosphere and charm. Oak beams, nooks, crannies and a wood burning stove welcome guests and act as a reminder of the Inn’s heritage, while the modern facilities and contemporary country feel provide luxurious haven for our guests.
With seven guests rooms the Black Boys will delight any visitor dining or staying overnight while taking in the countryside views.
Everybody is welcome including walkers, dogs and those who are just wanting a drink at the bar, where we have extension of wine to choose from, our local bitter and a range of spirits and soft drinks.”
The Old Farm House, High Street, Hurley, SL6 5NB
Tel: 01628 825446
Type: B&B accommodation
Info: Centrally located in Hurley
Ye Olde Bell Hotel
High Street, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 5LX
Tel: 01628 825881
Type: Hotel accommodation, Restaurant and Pub
Info: Centrally located in Hurley.
“The Olde Bell is a re-invention of the traditional English Inn – providing eating, drinking and lodgings.
At the Inn, we provide honest creature comforts: sumptuous hand made mattresses, pure cotton sheets, with extra Jakob’s wool blankets to make you feel at home. The Olde Bell has 5 separate buildings with bedrooms and a variety of 4 grades of rooms which range from the sublime…to the ridiculously sublime! Our feather duvets are fantastically soft and comfortable. If however you require hypoallergenic duvets and pillows, just let us know when booking.
The Olde Bell’s kitchen team serve simple, rustic, fantastic quality food making sure you’ll experience some of the finest eating and drinking in Berkshire. Much time and effort has gone into sourcing and building relationships with local farmers and producers of the best organic ingredients, creating seasonal and constantly changing menus. Wherever possible we use ingredients ripe from our own gardens to keep our menus fresh, appealing and honest.”
Mill Lane, Hurley, SL6 5ND
Tel: 01628 824334 (Lockkeeper)
Type: Campsite (basic)
Info: Camping 1 April to 30 September by arrangement
Hurley Riverside Park
Park Office, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 5NE
Tel: 01628 824493
Type: Caravan and Camping Site
Info: ¾ mile west of centre of Hurley (a handy footpath connects)
Black Boys Inn
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The Rising Sun
High Street, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 5LT
Tel: 01628 829141
Type: Pub and Restaurant
Info: “Clean, warm, cosy, friendly, relaxing , set in the beautiful old village of Hurley. The village dates back to 700 ad and is recorded in the Domesday, the old church is still standing which was once the nave to the old Priory until 1536 when Henry Vlll dissolved the Monasteries.
The River Thames is just 4 min walk from the Rising Sun. Built around 1830 the pub is a big favorite with walkers, ramblers, boating people alike. There is a fantastic caravan and camping site just down the road, which is among the top 5 sites in the UK for static, mobile and camping.
We have a village shop, a church and a small B&B. The village is heaving in the summer months with tourists enjoying the camping and picnic areas right on the River Thames. Soft comfortable chairs and settees, log fire for the cold winter months. Home cooked and prepared traditional pub food plus specials, 4 ever changing real ales from local brewer’s and a selection of lagers.
Ye Olde Bell Hotel
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