Full day cruise package (9.30am – 2.30pm) for up-to 12 people.
Your own private River Thames Boat Cruise where the boat is exclusively yours.
At the start of the cruise, all our guests are welcomed with a glass of bubbly.
Morning coffee and biscuits are then served followed by a lunch made up of locally sourced home cooked ham,vegetarian quiche, chicken drumstick pieces, served with new baby potatoes, salad, italian flat bread, oven baked mushrooms. This is followed by a delicious desert of cheesecake or fruit skewers.
And just when you think you can’t eat any more, an English cream tea is served in the afternoon with scones filled with jam and fresh cream. Our fully licensed bar is available serving quality wine and beer to accompany your meal (bar drinks are not included in the price)
Our fully licensed bar also offers a selection of quality wines and beers during the cruise (drinks from the bar are not included in the price).
Route A: Sonning to Henley return
We depart from Sonning at 9.30am and cruise through some of the most picturesque parts of the River Thames on our leisurely journey to Henley. We arrive at Henley just before lunchtime and we moor up for half an hour, time to stretch legs and experience some of this historic town, before cruising back to Sonning.
This is a cruise full of stunning scenery and you will definitely need a camera to capture the wildlife and beautiful English countryside, only ever seen from the river.
Route B: Caversham to Pangbourne return
Re-live the same boat journey as Jerome K Jerome in his book ‘3 men In A Boat’ on this extremely scenic cruise.
We depart from Caversham at 9.30am and cruise to Pangbourne, which is also the home of Kenneth Grahame, author of The Wind in the Willows. Your cruise will take you past Mapledurham House, dating from 1588 and thought to be the model for Toad Hall and you will also go through Mapledurham lock.
There will be time for a half hour stroll at Pangbourne before lunch is served and we then wind our way at a leisurely pace back to Caversham.”