Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire Currently Full

Our spacious studio flats, in the sought-after market town of Henley-on-Thames, are just a short walk to the picturesque banks of the River Thames and the town centre. You’ll find quirky cafes and antique emporiums in Tudor-style buildings, a 13th century town square where the local farmers market takes place, great restaurants and several high street shops. If you love water sports, head to the river in July to experience the Henley Royal Regatta.

Location: Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9.

What’s currently available?: From 7 October, we will have a garden studio flat available (separate kitchen and bathroom).

Monthly cost: Garden studio flats are £550pcm for sole occupancy or £358pcm per person for couples sharing (including council tax and excluding utilities); studio flats without a garden are £530pcm for sole occupancy or £345pcm per person for couples sharing (including council tax and excluding utilities).

Transport links: There are good connections by road to Reading, Maidenhead and Oxford. There’s also Henley-On-Thames train station with regular connections to London, Reading and Slough.

Top features

  • Spacious properties with double bedrooms that can be sectioned off from the living room with sliding doors
  • Some studio flats have small gardens, and all have plenty of storage
  • What you pay each month includes council tax
  • Close to pretty riverside walks and parks to escape the bustle of the city 
  • A ten-minute walk to the high street

The properties

Indoor space: The studios have a separate kitchen and bathroom and plenty of storage space. Although described as a studio, the bedroom area – a double room – can be sectioned off from the light-filled living room area with sliding doors. Each flat has its own entrance.

Outdoor space: Some of the studio flats are ground floor garden properties (one of our guardians even has a veg patch!) The location is perfect for those who love the outdoors, with the Thames Path national trail and the Oxfordshire Way, passing through the town. Henley is also located on the edge of the nationally-protected Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Parking/bike storage: You can store your bike inside the property. There is parking available on streets nearby but a permit is needed.

The high street

Experience Henley’s independent boutiques and riverside dining with its wide range of clothing stores, antique emporiums and speciality eateries. In the town centre, you’ll also find high street favourites including Whistles; White Stuff; M&Co; Fat Face; Clarks; Paperchase and Accessorize. For boutique shopping, check out women’s fashion shop, Mint Velvet; Moda in Pelle for shoes and accessories; department store, Facy; health food shop, Body Wise and independent bookseller, The Bell Bookshop.

Also in the centre of town, there is an Oxfam; Boots, WHSmith, a range of bike shops; Sainsbury’s local; Waitrose; Post Office and a variety of banks. 

Food favourites include The Angel on the Bridge, with its cosy interior and riverside terrace; Bistro at the Boathouse for their top notch burgers and sticky toffee pudding; Drifters Coffee House; Pachangas Mexican Restaurant; Al Forno Italian and Giggling Squid for Thai street food. 

Arts and leisure

For a scenic afternoon with a picnic afloat the Thames, head down to Henley riverboat service and hire your own motorboat. For a more down to earth option, visit the Henley Canoe Hire next door where you can choose from a one hour hire to full day experiences.  At the River and Rowing Museum, you can learn all about the history of rowing and discover their Wind in the Willows gallery. 

The cinema Regal Picturehouse, offers foreign and arthouse films, while Kenton Theatre presents dance, drama and comedy performances. 

Travel and transport

  • Henley-on-Thames station is a 15 minutes walk
  • Reading: 30 minutes drive
  • Oxford: 45 minutes drive
  • Maidenhead: 35 minutes drive

There are good connections by road to Reading, Maidenhead and Oxford. There’s also Henley-on-Thames railway station with regular trains to Twyford and connections to London, Reading, and Slough.

How to apply

If you want to be the first to find out more about our great property and attend virtual viewings, take our guardian eligibility quiz today to start the application process.

Popular Volunteering at this Location

Dot Dot Dot supports all of its guardians to volunteer at least 16 hours every month for good causes. Take a look at some of the volunteering opportunities in this area.
  • Headway Thames Valley: This local, independent charity promote wider understanding of all aspects of brain injury and provide information, support and services to people with an acquired brain injury, their families and carers in the Thames Valley. Some volunteering activities include; helping to learn or re-learn computer and cooking skills, and fundraising.
  • Citizens Advice Oxfordshire South & Vale: Citizens Advice provide free, confidential and impartial advice and campaign on big issues affecting people's lives. Check out their current volunteering opportunities in the area.

Fees & Costs

  • Monthly licence fee: Garden studio flats are £550pcm for sole occupancy or £358pcm per person for couples sharing (including council tax and excluding utilities); studio flats without a garden are £530pcm for sole occupancy or £345pcm for couples sharing (including council tax and excluding utilities).
  • Refundable security payment (equivalent of five weeks’ fees): £398-635
  • Fees include council tax and exclude utilities
  • No hidden costs, service charges or admin fees

Dot Dot Dot will undertake a review of our licence fees every twelve months. This includes council tax and utilities, where they are included in the monthly licence fee. In such instances, any increases in council tax and utilities will be passed onto our guardians.

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