The Red Lion Hotel

The Red Lion Hotel

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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.

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