Hotels on the River Thames
Venture outside of London along the River Thames through Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Surrey and you'll find an array of high quality 4 star hotels nestled along its banks. Discover romantic rooms with a view.
Merely a boat's row from Heathrow Airport near the M25, the runnymede-on-thames hotel offers luxury accommodation, along with an award winning spa and riverside dining and of course stunning views of the Thames. By the river in Windsor The Christopher Wren Hotel & Spa - a Grade II listed building beside Eton Bridge and the walls of Windsor Castle. Oakley Court is a historic luxury hotel, the setting of many famous films, with its very own polo team.
Between Maidenhead and Reading you'll find the beautiful town of Marlow, fitting as a location for the stunning Macdonald Compleat Angler Hotel. Stylish, luxurious, romantic; the award winning Macdonald Compleat Angler Hotel is a magical riverside retreat. In Marlow, but with a lakeside setting is the Crowne Plaza Marlow. Also on this stretch is Cliveden, a grand stately home, now a luxurious Hotel. Surrounded by 376 acres of magnificent National Trust managed Grade I listed formal gardens and parkland, it offers panoramic views of the river. Hilton Reading is situated besides Foudry Brook, a wildlife heritage area by the river Kennet and it is just four miles from Reading town centre and the River Thames.
After Reading, the river runs between the Chiltern Hills and Berkshire Downs in what is known as the Goring Gap The village of Streatley-on-Thames stands on the opposite side of the River Thames to Goring; Oxfordshire on one side and West Berkshire on the other, linked by a bridge which was built in 1923. Standing by the river’s edge since the 1700’s, The Swan at Streatley is an intimate country hotel with riverside Bar, Terrace and Boat House Deli & Café.
Explore the beautiful, relaxing and inspiring
If you want to explore the River Thames and enjoy the personal touch of staying in a bed and breakfast, there are plenty to choose from.
Like to do your own thing? Self catering is the perfect option. Set your own itinerary and enjoy the best of what the River Thames has to offer.