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Warwickshire : Henley-in-Arden
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Henley-in-Arden is a historic market town in Warwickshire, close to Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Leamington Spa.

Get in

By road

Henley-in-Arden is just off Junction 15 of the M40.

By train

Henley-in-Arden has a small train station with trains to Birmingham and Stratford-Upon-Avon, approximately one per hour running into the early evening. The service is provided by Central Trains.


From the High Street it's a short walk to an ancient mount that was the site of a castle. You would never know that there was a castle there, but it looks rather unnatural.




  • Matricardis, [1]. An Italian style bar/restaurant has a decent selection of continental beers and wines, good food and a lovely beer garden for the summer months.
  • The Bluebell, [2]. This was a traditional-style pub, but following a recent refurbishment probably now sits best in the eat category as most of the space has now been given over to tables so more suited to diners. A varied menu of modern European and gastro-pub English favourites.

Seaspray Serves fish and chips of the typically fried variety, pies are also available and ketchup is often present


  • The Three Tuns, is a warm, friendly pub often with the landlord's beautiful golden retrievers in the bar to greet you. It doesn't serve food, but does have a couple of large plasma screens.


Many benches are available throughout the town and its surrounding parks

The white swan pub has a selection of hotel rooms for more respective guests

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