Henley-on-Thames is a picturesque market town on the edge of the Chiltern Hills and the banks of the River Thames.
Being an hour west of London, it is a popular destination for day trips. The town has a direct rail service to Paddington during peak hours and it is only 10 miles from the M4 motorway.
Just a short walk from the river is the town centre, where there is a diverse mixture of independent shops and cafés, pubs, restaurants, hotels and bed & breakfast houses.
There is a mix of historic building's, including the town hall, King's Arms Barn, the parish churh of St Mary's and the 15th century Chantry House, the town's only Grade I listed building.
The historic market square is filled will stallholders and shoppers on charter market days every Thursday, with a farmers' market every third Thursday of each month. Continental markets are held throughout the year.