It is with much sadness that we regret to inform you The Baskerville is currently closed whilst we look for options to get it up and running once again.
Thank You and Best Wishes
Try our Elderflower Spritz or a pitcher of Pimms, the perfect drink for the summer. Come dine in the garden and soak up the sun!
Fish and chips served beforehand, £5 Entry, 8pm Quiz
All proceeds benefit the Alzheimer’s Association and Mind charaties
Barbecues in the garden
Join us in our lovely garden space with our outdoor grill kitchen serving you delicious casual barbecues and meals this summer.
Try our summer menu showcasing fresh, seasonal seafood straight from the British coast. All supplied by our friends at Kingfisher, Brixham.
You’ll find the Baskerville just a stone’s throw from the river, making it the perfect watering hole for hungry walkers to stray off the Thames path for a well-earnt rest to enjoy a range of local ales or a glass of wine alongside a hearty meal or a few small plates and bites for grazing in the garden. Others may enjoy a dish cooked over fire from our outdoor kitchen on those days when the weather allows us to dine alfresco. Or perhaps you’re seeking an experience a little out of the ordinary, our Bedouin Tent will tick this box. And keep a close eye out for other events and activations we’ll be holding at The Baskerville in the near future.
The Baskerville is an award-winning inn known for its dining innovation, perfect for locals, hungry Thames-path walkers and those further afield. Enjoy local ales, fine wines or Henley distilled gins alongside an indulgent main course, or a selection of enticing small plates either in the country-style garden or cosy stylish pub.
We are proud that our rooms have recently been awarded ‘4-star Silver’ by the AA. Our four tastefully decorated rooms – named after locks on the Thames – are clean and cosy with a relaxing, neutral colour scheme and wooden furniture. Enjoy a restful nights sleep on a comfy King-size pocket sprung mattress and wake up to a steaming hot shower, the morning paper and a hearty cooked breakfast.