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Hurley

Hurley

This quaint village is located within the historical county of Berkshire West of London. The village itself is a peaceful and refreshing location, seemingly surrounded in green – due to the agricultural nature of the town, which adds a sense of tranquillity to the area. The Upper Thames River flows through the town and can be viewed best at the historical and picturesque site of Hurley Priory, an 11th century religious building. The village provides easy access to a number of delightful surrounding towns including Henley-on-Thames and Maidenhead, as well as being under 35 miles from the capital city of London. Hurley lock is also a wonderful location for a spot of wildlife watching or photography, with kingfishers, herons and woodpeckers among the varied wildlife on offer here.

We love Hurley because...

  • Set in historical county
  • Peaceful, riverside location
  • Close to London
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Hotels in Hurley
The Olde Bell
High Street Hurley SL6 5LX

This ancient inn has drawn visitors in for nearly a millennia, and for good reason, with an excellent restaurant, fascinating and detailed historical décor.

2 nights from
£150.00pp
The Olde Bell
High Street Hurley SL6 5LX

This ancient inn has drawn visitors in for nearly a millennia, and for good reason, with an excellent restaurant, fascinating and detailed historical décor.

In and around Hurley

Hurley Priory

This fascinating Benedictine Priory has been located upon the serene banks of the River Thames since 1086, and has changed hands a number of times, being stifled by Henry VIII and taken over by Westminster Abbey. The priory then passed into lay hands as the abbey was dissolved and changed hands a number of times before being partly demolished in the 19th century. The surviving buildings and ruins today can be viewed, with Norman architecture, windows and doorways a particular highlight for history buffs.

Windsor Castle

Perhaps the most famous castle in the world, not only a royal residence, but one of the largest castles in the country, Windsor Castle is a fascinating place to see the architecture, history and regalia of the Royal family who have occupied the castle for over 1,000 years. Enjoy a free tour, conducted by one of the knowledgeable castle wardens, view the most famous dollhouse in the world, and see for yourself the stunning interior décor and furnishings of the castle. St. Georges Chapel on the castle grounds houses the remains of 10 monarchs, which include Henry VIII himself and is well worth a visit.

Legoland

A whole theme park built out of the world’s most popular building blocks, this offers a great day for the whole family. Featuring 4D movies, replica landmarks, Lego cars and boats and over 60 rides to choose from, Legoland has a lot to offer. The 150-acre park has 11 zones to explore and a whopping 55 million Lego bricks went into its construction.

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