Map
Hart St., Henley-on-Thames, England RG9 2AR, United Kingdom

There’s no shortage of history at the Red Lion; thought to have been built around 1531, it’s reported to have hosted King Charles I, Queen Wilhemina, and King George III. The 39 guestrooms (from twin bedded to the four-poster) are British country-style at its most quintessential, with linens adorned with prints, antique furniture, and vistas of the Thames. Guests often gather at the restaurant and bar after a day of exploring the surrounding village, which dates to before the Normans arrived in the 11th century.

Close

Hotel

The Red Lion Hotel

There’s no shortage of history at the Red Lion; thought to have been built around 1531, it’s reported to have hosted King Charles I, Queen Wilhemina, and King George III. The 39 guestrooms (from twin bedded to the four-poster) are British country-style at its most quintessential, with linens adorned with prints, antique furniture, and vistas of the Thames. Guests often gather at the restaurant and bar after a day of exploring the surrounding village, which dates to before the Normans arrived in the 11th century.