Hamilton House

Hamilton House




Nov 2011

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
2 Bathrooms

About our home

A Georgian town house in historic Henley on Thames, England. 45 minutes from the centre of London, 25 minutes from Heathrow, in this famous riverside town with its Royal Regatta, 60 yards from the River Thames. Our house was built in 1720, and has recently undergone a complete restoration. A fully equipped Baulthaup German kitchen has been installed and hi tech bathrooms. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom and all bedrooms are doubles. A study with fast internet connection and Apple hardware. Our furnishings are a mixture of antique and modern, and our beds are extremely comfortable!! We have a lovely sunning garden, with off street parking which in the middle of Henley is a huge bonus. Our garden has mature trees, BBQ, outside dining and has recently been replanted.


More about us

  1. We are a retired couple, Nigel and Jennifer, who enjoy travelling. Nigel has worked in the theatre for 50 years. We know we have a very special home and are happy to exchange with a like-minded couple, preferably in the New England area, with Cape Cod being high on our wish list. We are open to discuss car swaps and non-simultaneous swaps also. We also have a large house in Southern Spain.

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Where is it?


Henley on Thames is a town in an area of outstanding natural beauty, known as the Chilterns. It is an historic town famous for the Royal Regatta in June. Henley is full of restaurants and old pubs and is a very picturesque town on the River Thames. The surrounding area is full of quaint villages, (often used for filming), which have traditional cosy pubs and gastropubs. For theatre lovers, London's west end is only 45 minutes away, and Stratford upon Avon is one and half ours drive. Other major attractions are Windsor Castle, 25 minutes, Bath, 1 hour, Oxford 45 minutes and the Cotswolds, 1 hour and Blenheim Palace, 40 minutes.

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