Our vessels at River Boat Charters have been built and licenced in such a way that they can cover any part of the River Thames, stretching from Gravesend, Kent all the way to Oxford.

Having such versatile boats means we can offer you your event, at any location along the River Thames. Please click on a pier below to find the best destination that suits your needs.

Gravesend Town Pier – Kent South side of The River Thames. (Transfers only)

Gravesend Town Pier is situated in the historic town of Gravesend with a direct connection to Tilbury Landing Stage via The Tilbury Ferry. Tilbury landing stage is on the North side of The River Thames, not far from the Tilbury Docks. Tilbury landing stage is a great place to pick up one of the many cruise ships and large ferries from Tilbury Cruise Terminal to a variety of places including Norway, Holland, Germany, Belgium and beyond. From such companies as Viking Cruises, Windstar Cruises, Silversea Cruises and Maritime Voyages. Throughout the year there are some amazing ships that leave the Cruise Terminal such as Marco Polo, Columbus, Magellan, and the steam ship Waverly which is the last remaining sea going steam ship.

West Street, Gravesend DA11 0BG

Woolwich Arsenal Pier – London South side of The River Thames

Woolwich Arsenal Pier takes its name from The Royal Artillery Barracks that was once based on the river front of the Thames from 1776 to 2007. It is also where Arsenal Football Club take their name from back in 1886. There is a great local travel connection from the new C2C service, DLR, Southeastern Main Line and Thames Link Main Line Railway Stations, all within 5 minutes’ walk from the Pier making it great location for both Private Charters and Private Transfers alike.

Marlborough Rd, Greater London SE18 6TL

North Greenwich Pier – The 02 Arena London South side of The River Thames

North Greenwich Pier (O2 Arena) is situated directly in front of The O2 Arena or Millennium Dome giving it great access to the venue from The River Thames. The O2 Arena was built for the Millennium Celebrations of 2000. We offer a great way to travel to the North Greenwich Pier in luxury and style on our Exclusive Private Vessel. If you are travelling to The National Television Awards, a music concert or a sporting event (check out our Events Page for more info) then why not beat the queues and arrive in style. Its also a great place to go for dinner in one of the many restaurants such as Gaucho at The O2 or why not walk across the top of The Dome with “Up At The O2”. There is also direct access to the Emirates Air Line cable car taking you directly to the north side of The River Thames in the Royal Docks were you can jump on a plane at City Airport or visit The Excel Exhibition Centre that host many fabulous events such as The National Wedding Show, Comicon, Professional Beauty and many more. The pier is great if your staying in one of the many local Hotels such as Intercontinental London O2 or The Sunburn Hotel.

Olympian Way, London SE10 0EN

Trinity Buoy Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Trinity Buoy Pier is directly opposite The O2 Arena (Millennium Dome) and home to the oldest light house in the UK run by Trinity House. It is the closest pier to the Olympic Village and West Ham Football Ground, so why not travel in style with one of our Football Transfer Packages.

64 Orchard Place, London E14 0JY

Greenwich Pier – London South side of The River Thames

Greenwich Pier is directly in front of The Cutty Sark – the famous Tea Clipper that set some of the fastest speed records for bringing tea from China to the UK. The Royal Borough of Greenwich is steeped in history with such a variety of places to visit, all within walking distance of Greenwich Pier. The Prime Meridian passes through Greenwich giving us Greenwich Meantime. This point is where all of the time is set throughout the world. At the top of Greenwich Hill is The Royal Observatory. The Royal Naval College is located on The River Thames next to Greenwich Pier. The two domes on the top of the building were trial domes for Saint Paul’s Cathedral which was built by Sir Christopher Wren. Over the years it has been a film location for many films such as Pirates of the Caribbean and Les Misérables. The Royal Palace is located just behind The Royal Naval College and the birthplace of King Henry VIII. Greenwich Pier is also where the Greenwich Cruises Ship Terminal is located and here you can join one of many cruises. Traveling to the pier is made easy with the connections to the D.L.R, Thames Link and The Southeastern Railway.

Greenwich Pier – Masthouse Pier, London SE10 9HR

Masthouse Terrace Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Located at the southern point of The Isle of Dogs, Westferry Road with close connections to the D.L.R.

1 Maritime Quay, Isle of Dogs E14 3QE

Surrey Quays Pier – London (Greenland Pier) South side of The River Thames

Surrey Quays Pier is located next to the Greenland and Surrey Commercial Docks. This is where large ships would have once unloaded cargos arriving from all around the world such as wood, tea, ivory and much more. 15 mins walking from Surrey Quays Station.

54-17 Princes Ct, London SE16 7TE

Canary Wharf Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Canary Wharf Pier is situated in the business district of London on the Isle of Dogs, it is part of the old West Indian and East India Dock System. Most of the docks have been filled in making way for large buildings such as No1 Canada Tower, once the largest building in the U.K. it is also home to many Hotels, Bars and Restaurants such as The Gaucho, Lounge and sky Bar Double Tree Hilton, Britannia Intercontinental Hotel, Radisson Blue Edwardian and Canary Wharf Plaza.

Westferry Circus, Canary Wharf E14 8RP

Double Tree Hilton Pier – London

Direct access to the Hotel.

St Katharine Pier – London North side of The River Thames

St Kathrine Pier is based in front of St Katherines Docks and right next door to The Tower Bridge, the iconic opening bridge where the two centre Bascules can be raised in under 90 seconds to allow large vessel in to the heart of London. It is a great location for private transfers if your staying in the Tower Hotel Guoman.

St Katharine’s Way, London E1Q 1LD

Tower Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Tower Pier is situated directly in front of The Tower of London. The very Historic Palace is home to the Crown Jewels. Construction started by William the Conqueror in 1078. Directly in front of the pier is the H.M.S Belfast, built during the Second World War and is now a floating museum She last saw action during the Korean campaign. Not far from the pier is The Sky Gardens which is situated at the top of 20 Fenchurch Street, also known as the “Walkie Talkie Building” due to its design and shape. At the top of the building you get some great views all over London which is fabulous. Next to the pier is the old Billingsgate fish market great for conferences and Exhibitions If you are staying at The Tower Hotel or dining at The Gaucho, this pier is wonderful and we can offer you Private Boat Transfers. The pier is walking distance from Tower Hill Underground Station.

Lower Thames Street, London EC3N 4DT

London Bridge City Pier – London South side of The River Thames

London Bridge City Pier is nestled between H.M.S Belfast and London Bridge, walking distance from The Shard – the tallest building in the U.K and home to the famous Shangri-la Hotel, The Aqua Shard, Oblix, Bar 31 and many more. Not far from the pier is The Ivy Tower Bridge Restaurant and the replica of The Golden Hind Ship that Sir Frances Drake sailed around the world in. Local transport links here are London Bridge South Eastern and Thames Link Services and The Jubilee line. This making this pier great choice for Private Transfers.

2 Hay’s Lane, London SE1 2SY

Bankside Pier – London South side of The River Thames

Bankside Pier is directly in front of the William Shakespeare replica The Globe Theatre which opened in 1997. The theatre was constructed not too far from the original location of the first Globe Theatre of 1599. During the summer months you can sit in the open-air theatre and watch performances of some greats such as Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Next door to The Globe Theatre is The Tate Modern Art Gallery and The Anchor Pub which was built in 1615. This Riverside Pub has seen such greats frequent the bar as William Shakespeare, Samuel Peeps and Sir Christopher Wren. Bankside pier is 15 minutes’ walk from The OXO Tower which has a great restaurant overlooking The River Thames.

Bankside London, London SE1 9TG

Blackfriars Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Blackfriars Pier is next to the famous Millennium Foot Bridge also known as the “Wibbley Wobbly Bridge”. The pier is close to St Pauls Cathedral the second St. Paul’s Cathedral to stand on the site after the first was burnt down during the Fire of London. Sir Christopher Wren designed and build the new cathedral from 1675 to 1710 with the second largest unsupported dome in the world, the first being in Vatican City. Inside the crypt of the building is Sir Christopher Wren’s Tomb with the inscription “If you seek my monument look around you”.

White Lion Hill, London EC4V 3QR

Crown Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Close to The Temple Royal Courts of Justice, commonly called The Law Court was named after a church once belonging to the Knights Templar.

Victoria Embankment London EC4Y 0HJ

Savoy Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Savoy Pier is in front of the famous Savoy Hotel, walking distance from Covent Garden and the bustle of The West End of London. Here you will find many bars and restaurants such as The Gaucho or take in a show at one of the many Theatres and Opera Houses. Savoy Pier is close to many Luxury Hotels including the Savoy Hotel, Corinthia Hotel, Royal Horse Guards, Park Plaza, and The Waldorf Hilton. The pier is located near Embankment and Charing Cross Stations.

Savoy Pier, London WC2R 0EU

Embankment Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Embankment Pier situated next to Charing Cross Bridge and directly in front of Embankment Station. Within walking distance from Covent Garden and the West End of London, here you will find many bars and restaurants such as The Gaucho or take in a show at one of the many Theatres and Opera Houses. Savoy Pier is close to many Luxury Hotels including the Savoy Hotel – home to Savoy Grill Gordon Ramsay, Carinthia Hotel, Royal Horse Guards Hotel, Park Plaza Hotel, and The Waldorf Hilton. The pier is located near Embankment station and Charing Cross Station.

Victoria Embankment, London WC2N 6NU

Festival Pier – London South side of The River Thames

Festival Pier is situated in front of Festival Hall on the Southbank which offers a great variety of things to do all year round. In the evening, the whole Southbank is illuminated with blue and white lights in all the trees along the river front, making it a truly magical place to be. The Roya Festival Hall is a 2,900 seat concert, dance and talks venue within Southbank Centre. It is a Grade I listed building – the first post-war building to become so protected (in April 1988). The London Philharmonic Orchestra performs the majority of its London concerts in the hall, which is part of the Southbank Centre. The whole area changes with the seasons with a variety of pop up markets, bars and fair ground rides. Festival Pier is within walking distance of The National Theatre, Film Theatre, South Bank Centre, and ITV Studios. It is also a great pick up point if you are dinning in The OXO Tower Bar and Restaurant. It is walking distance from Waterloo Station, Waterloo East Station, Jubilee, Bakerloo, Northern, Waterloo and City Line Tube Stations.

Belvedere Road, Lambeth SE1 8XZ

Waterloo Pier – London South side of The River Thames

Waterloo Pier sits directly beneath The London Eye. The London Eye was built for the Millennium Celebrations of 2000. It is also where the New Year’s Eve Firework display takes place each year. Tickets are available to buy for a front row seat on our vessel Henley each year to watch the amazing display away from the crowds. The London Eye was once the world’s largest Ferris Wheel. Once you are at the top of the wheel, you get some incredible views all over London seeing such sites as Buckingham Palace, Churchill War Rooms, No 10 Downing Street, Westminster Abby, Tower of London and Tower Bridge. If you prefer to keep your feet closer to the ground next door to the London Eye is The County Hall which is home to a variety of attractions including The London Dungeon. Here, you will get a tour around the days of Medieval London and find what horrors are hidden within. If you are looking for a more family orientated adventure, you can take a magical underwater adventure with Sea Life London Aquarium or Shrek adventures. Waterloo Pier is walking distance from Waterloo Station, Waterloo East Station, Jubilee, Bakerloo, Northern, Waterloo and City Line Tube Stations.

Riverside Walk, London SE1 7

Westminster Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Westminster Pier is situated next door to the Houses of Parliament and the world-famous clock tower Big Ben. Westminster Pier is within a few minutes walking distance from Westminster, Jubilee Line and close to Leicester Square, Westminster Abbey and No 10 Downing Street. The Houses of Parliament have had royal association since the early 11th century when Canute the Great of Denmark ordered a palace be built for him on the swampy banks of The Thames. Until a fire claimed the palace in 1512, English Royalty stayed put next to the grand Westminster Abbey. Royal Council met next door in Westminster Hall, which was also the site of the first meeting of Parliament in 1265, though Parliament looked very different from how we know it today. Even up until the 16th century, it was little more than the king meeting with his nobles to raise money for war or to settle land disputes. After the fire, King Henry VIII moved to Whitehall Palace and left the site for the new Houses of Parliament, which would evolve later that century into the House of Commons, the House of Lords and the Royal Courts of Justice. In 1834 another fire decimated the original Houses of Parliament. Charles Barry’s Gothic Revival design won a competition to recreate the building. It was at this time a long waterfront terrace was added and later reclaimed by the river. There are more than 1,000 rooms in Barry’s building, all arranged symmetrically. It took about 30 years to complete the construction, and the building has required consistent repairs almost continually ever since. Each of the clock faces on what is now known as Elizabeth Tower are 7 metres in diameter. The bell, known as Big Ben, first chimed in 1859 and continues to keep time with remarkable accuracy. It is a popular pier for Private Transfers to The O2 Arena, Private Charters, and Party Boat Trips. You can walk across Westminster Bridge to The Millennium Wheel, Sea Life and Shrek Adventure. The pier is 15 minutes’ walk to Waterloo Station and Waterloo East. There are a lot of Hotels close to Westminster Pier such as The Savoy Hotel, Corinthia Hotel, Royal Horse Guards, Park Plaza, and The Waldorf Hilton. It is also a fantastic pier if you wish to watch the Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace.

Victoria Embankment, London SW1A 2JH

Lambeth Pier – London South side of The River Thames

Lambeth Pier is based Infront of Lambeth Palace which is the London home to the Archduke of Canterbury. The pier is next door to Lambeth Bridge and opposite the MI5 Building.

Albert Embankment, Lambeth SE1 7SG

Millbank Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Millbank Pier is walking distance from The Millbank Tower and The Tate Art Gallery, across the river is Lambeth Fire Station Pier. They have two Fire Boats that patrol The River Thames daily. Millbank used to be the home of Millbank Prison located on the river front. It was a holding prison for convicts before being shipped to Australia, that’s where the saying comes from POMS Prisoner of Millbank. Close to Millbank Pier is The Park Plaza Hotel London and The Double Tree Hilton making it a great pier for sightseeing or Private Charters to the O2 Arena.

Millbank, London SW1P 4QP

St George Wharf Pier – London South side of The River Thames

St George Wharf Pier is based next to Vauxhall Bridge. Vauxhall has an amazing night life which is full of clubs and restaurants. 5 minutes’ walk From the MI6 building home to James Bond’s real-life counterparts. St George Wharf Pier is another popular pick up point for Private Transfers and Charters to The O2 Arena walking distance from Vauxhall Station and Underground.

2C St. George Wharf, London SW8 2LZ

Westminster Boating Base (Pavilion and Edgson Room) – London North side of The River Thames

Westminster Boating Base (Pavilion and Edgson Room) is a riverside venue and function rooms situated on the North Bank of The Thames. We can transfer your guests to and from this location to any pier on The River Thames. A great way to arrive at your special event.

136 Grosvenor Road, London SW1V 3JY

Cadogan Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Cadogan Pier is next door to Albert Bridge on Cheyne Walk not far from Chelsea Embankment. The pier is walking distance from The Royal Chelsea Hospital which is the home of the RHS Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show. Making Cadogan Pier great for boat transfers to London, Surrey or The O2 Arena. Local hotels to the pier include Chelsea Harbour Hotel, Belmont Cadogan and the Hotel Rafayel. Opposite the pier on the other side of The River Thames is Battersea Peace Pagoda. The plan was to build one in every major city through out the world bringing world peace.

41 Paradise Walk, London SW3 4JL

Chelsea Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Chelsea Pier is situated in front of Chelsea Harbour Marina and The Chelsea Harbour Hotel. The Chelsea Harbour Hotel offers luxury suits, penthouses and amazing food in one of their many restaurants with stunning views of The River Thames. Chelsea Football Club’s ground Stamford Bridge is not too far from the pier so if you fancy traveling in style with one of our Football Transfer Packages to a football match there, do get in touch. Or you can take a stroll to Kings Road and visit one of the many bars and restaurants that can often be seen in the TV show – Made in Chelsea. The Double Tree Hilton is 5 minutes’ walk or if you fancy something more unique, why not fly to The London Heliport in Battersea South side of The River Thames where you can then board our vessel Henley for a Private Transfer to London or The O2 Arena for a Music Concert or Sporting Event. The local station here is Imperial Wharf.

1 Thames Path, Fulham SW10 0XA

Imperial Wharf Pier – London North side of The River Thames

Imperial Wharf Pier is located next to Battersea Rail Bridge opposite London Heliport and next door to Chelsea Harbour Hotel. The Chelsea Harbour Hotel offers luxury suits, penthouses and amazing food in one of their many restaurants with stunning views of The River Thames.
Chelsea Football Club’s ground – Stamford Bridge is not too far from the pier so if you fancy traveling in style with one of our Football Transfer Packages to a football match there, do get in touch. Or take a stroll to Kings Road and visit one of the many bars and restaurants that can often be seen in the popular TV show – Made in Chelsea. The Double Tree Hilton is 5 minutes’ walk or if you fancy something more unique, why not fly to The London Heliport in Battersea South side of The River Thames where you can then board our vessel Henley for a Private Transfer to London or The O2 Arena for a Music Concert or Sporting Event. The local station here is Imperial Wharf.

Imperial Wharf Moorings The Boulevard, London SW6 2ZT

Wandsworth Riverside Quarter Pier – London South side of The River Thames

Wandsworth Riverside Quarter Pier is directly opposite The Hurlingham Club and not too far from Putney East Station. Riverside Quarter is a much sought after residential area, a few minutes’ walk from Wandsworth Town Centre and Southside Shopping Centre.

Eastfields Ave, London SW18 1LP

The Hurlingham Club Pier – London North side of the River Thames

Bordering the Thames in Fulham and set in 42 acres of magnificent grounds, The Hurlingham Club is a green oasis of tradition and international renown. Recognised throughout the world as one of Britain’s greatest private members’ clubs, it retains its quintessentially English traditions and heritage, while providing modern facilities and services for its members.

Ranelagh Gardens, London SW6 3PR

Putney Pier – London South side of The River Thames

Putney Pier is the starting location for The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race that takes place every year, the two colleges have been competing against each other since 1856. Putney Pier is located next to Putney Bridge and is in walking distance to Putney High Street and Putney Exchange Retail Mall. This pier gives great access to Fulham Football Club’s ground Craven Cottage. If you fancy traveling in style to the match, with one of our Football Transfer Packages then please do get in touch.

Putney Embankment, London SW15 1LB

Dove Pier – Hammersmith North side of The River Thames

Dove Pier is next to Hammersmith Bridge, a great pick up point or drop off on one of our Private Transfers if you are dining in the famous – The River Café. The restaurant was owned by chefs Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray. Sadly, Rose Gray passed away in 2010 and Ruth, Lady Ruth MBE has been the sole owner since. Both chefs were named in 2010 New Year’s Honours List as Members of the British Empire (MBE) with the citation “for services to the Hospitality Industry”. Specialising in Italian Cuisine the restaurant earned its first Michelin Star in 1997, is critically acclaimed and is notable for the number of successful chefs that trained in its kitchens such as Theo Randall and Jamie Oliver. The River Café is based on The River Thames, giving you spectacular views of The Thames, contact us to arrive in style. Dove pier is close to Hammersmith Broadway.

The Dove Pier, Lower Mall, London, W6 9DJ

Chiswick Pier – West London North side of The River Thames

Chiswick Pier is close to Hogarth’s House, the former residence of the 18th-century English artist William Hogarth Chiswick House, a neo-Palladian villa regarded as one of the finest in England; and Fuller’s Brewery, London’s largest and oldest brewery. Chiswick Pier is 20 minutes’ walk from Chiswick Station.

The Pier House Corney Reach Way, London W4 2UG

Kew Pier – London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames South side of The River Thames

Kew Pier is situated next to Kew Bridge it is walking distance from the famous Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Inside Kew Gardens you will find over 50,000 living spices of living plants across the UNESCO World Heritage site. Here is also where they cultivated England’s first Pineapple. As a tribute to this they have placed four golden pineapples, two at each end of Lambeth Bridge. Close to the pier you have Kew Steam Museum. Inside the building they used to house Henley’s original steam engine which was on loan from its owner. 10 minutes’ walk across Kew Bridge, we have Brentford Football Clubs’ new grounds – Brentford Community Stadium. Why not travel in style with one of our Football Transfer Packages to the match day games.

47 Kew Green, Richmond TW9 3AT

Richmond St Helena Pier – Richmond-upon-Thames South side of The River Thames

Richmond Pier (Richmond Landing Stage) is situated in front of The Gaucho Richmond, on the banks of The River Thames, one of the fabulous places to dine here which also includes Ivy Café Richmond. This location which is set in the far West corner of London is a great area to go celebrity spotting. Residents have included Mick Jagger, Colin Firth, Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock to name a few. The famous Richmond Park was created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park. The largest of London’s Royal Parks, it is of national and international importance for wildlife conservation. The park is a national nature reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation and is included, at Grade I, on Historic England’s Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of special historic interest in England. Its landscapes have inspired many famous artists and it has been a location for several films and TV series. The pier is walking distance from Richmond High Street and Richmond Main Line Train Station. Local to the pier is Richmond Hill Hotel, Richmond Harbour Hotel, The Petersham Hotel and The Bingham Riverhouse. Also, this pier is where our exclusive Richmond-upon-Thames Afternoon Tea Cruise departs from (Please check out our Richmond upon Thames Afternoon Tea Cruise page for more details).
11-13 Petersham Road, Richmond Upon Thames, London TW10 6UH

An alternative pier for Richmond is a stone’s throw away at:

Richmond Landing Stage – Richmond-upon-Thames South side of The River Thames
Buccleuch Passage, Richmond TW1 2NL

Hammertons Ferry Pier – Richmond-upon-Thames Twickenham, North side of The River Thames

Hammertons Ferry Pier is situated near Marble Hill House in Twickenham 25 minutes’ walk from Twickenham Rugby Ground making the pier a great drop off and pick up point on match days. Why not travel in style with one of our Rugby Transfer Packages. The pier is a 10 minutes’ walk from St Margaret’s Station and 20 minutes’ walk from Twickenham Station.

Orleans Road, Twickenham TW1 3BL

Kingston Turks Pier – Kingston-upon-Thames South side of The River Thames

Kingston Turks Pier is walking distance to Kingston-upon-Thames Train Station and The Bentall Centre – a large shopping centre in the town. The Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames is a great place for bars, restaurants and clubs making this pier ideal for Private Transfers to and from the Town, Private Charters and Private Meetings and Events.

Thames Side, Kingston-On-Thames KT1 1PX

Hampton Court Landing Stage North side of The River Thames

Hampton Court Landing Stage is right in front of Hampton Court Palace which is a Grade 1 listed Royal Palace that has been on the banks of The River Thames since 1505. It was built for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey. The Palace was eventually given to Henry VIII and became his favourite residence. A visit here will give you an insight into the private lives of King Henry VIII, his wives and his children in the word of the Tudor Court. Discover the Great Hall, Tudor Kitchens and explore Hampton Court’s spectacular 60 acres of magnificent gardens. The Royal Palace is now owned by Queen Elizabeth II and the Crown of England making this pier exquisite for Private Charters and Transfers. There is a local train station – Hampton Court Station which is just 10 minutes’ walk across Hampton Court Bridge.

East Molesey, Surrey KT8 9AU

Windsor Quay (Salters) Berkshire, South side of The River Thames

Windsor Quay is walking distance to Windsor Castle. Anyone coming to visit Windsor will discover a town with royal connections and an imposing stone fortress. Founded in Norman times by William the Conqueror, Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest inhabited castle in the world, acts as a Royal residence for the Queen, her favourite weekend retreat and has been home to 39 monarchs during its illustrious history. The Royal Borough of Windsor is a historic Market Town with many local hotels to choose from in the area such as The Sir Christopher Wren and Castle Hotel Windsor. The Henley started her life running a service from this pier back in 1896 from Oxford, Windsor, and Kingston. Windsor is also home to Royal Windsor Racecourse which also has its own private landing stage so please enquire with us if you would like us to incorporate that for you as a drop off/pick up point.

The Clewer Boathouse Clewer Ct, Windsor SL4 5JH

Oakley Court Hotel – Windsor

The Victorian Gothic Mansion is located on 33 acres of land on the banks of The River Thames. The 4-star Oakley Court Mansion features 118 bedroom, Al-Fresco dining in the summer and beautiful grounds with The River Thames running past, this Berkshire country house has been a part of some of the most famous horror movies and was also the castle setting for The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The Henley really fits in with this amazing building we offer private Charters or Transfers to and from Oakley Court Hotel.

Windsor Road, Water Oakley, Windsor SL4 5UR

Henley-upon-Thames – Oxfordshire North side of The River Thames

Our wonderful Passenger Boat Henley takes its name from this beautiful village. She has been carrying passengers through here since 1896, the Henley can pick up passengers not far from Henley Bridge. The bridge was built in 1786. The Henley Village is very old with one of its pubs The Old Bell built in 1325, can still be found in the centre of town. The town has starred on TV screens around the world in over 100 countries as one of the locations for the fictional county of Midsomer in the classic show Midsomer Murders, known in much of the world as Barnaby. Four miles up the road is the sleepy quintessential village of Hambleden which has been a film location to numerous big screen films, including Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Sleepy Hollow, Into the Woods to name a few. It is not uncommon to see a Hollywood Star shopping in the town of Henley which was also home to George Harrison from The Beatles. The town is made famous for The Henley Royal Regatta with its bunting lined streets and the famous Leander Club which founded in 1818, is one of the oldest rowing clubs in the world. The Regatta lasts for 5 days in the first week of July. The races are head to head knockout rowing competitions which are watched by spectators all suited and booted sipping Champagne and Pimm’s. Other spectacular events here are The Henley Music Festival which has some incredible acts such as Shirley Bassey and Elton John, Rewind South and The Traditional Boat Festival where the Queen’s Rowbarge Gloriana makes a visit along with the prestigious Dunkirk Little Ships. There is no better way to enjoy this amazing town from the river, other than onboard The Henley. An exclusive vessel for the exclusive area she was named after, this would be the ultimate Private River Boat Event or VIP Transfer.

Henley-On-Thames RG9 2LY