It's open now but only from 10 to 1700 and cash only.Showboat at Harleford is having lots of work done by the new owners, went past last week and they have covered the external seating area with a glass conservatory type thing. Any idea when it will be open again?
Had a nice meal in the Bel & Dragon Cookham recently, excellent steak cooked to perfection (Med Rare) note that there is one in Windsor, how lomg has this been open?
Sounds like they don't really want a riverside restaurant with clients disturbing them! Thanks for the warning.I did ask about that but they no longer offer any reduction so our whole overnight mooring / dinner experience cost over £80, it may be another three years before we return. Some other observations: The hotel lawn down to the river had not been cut for some time, over my ankles; there are no signs to say a mooring fee applies, two other boats on the same night did not pay; waste disposal bin was overflowing and scattered everywhere, I went round with my litter picker to put it all back ; the Hotel does look smarter inside; £15 fee for the public to picnic or BBQ on the lawn, that explains why it was completely empty.
top tip re greens / pangbourne:Not a restaurant, but for those looking for an excellent take away in Pangbourne:
Green's of Pangbourne(proper old fashioned butchers)Whitchurch Rd. The best pies I've ever scoffed.
Clearly you did not have the penthouse and the outside bathtub....Henley - Hotel du Vin, where the brewery used to be. Overpriced and food not that special. wont be going again.