Eden Sales & Lettings in High Wycombe is just a few miles outside the charming little town of Marlow-on-Thames. Located on the River Thames, Marlow is without doubt one of the loveliest riverside towns. Set amongst the rich meadows of the river valley and alongside the woodlands of the Chiltern Hills, it offers visitors some of the most scenic views in the South.
The vibrant Georgian market town is made up of historic streets and an abundance of boutique shops, restaurants, cafes and bistros all adding to the town’s unique charm. The town’s most famous landmark is the suspension bridge which spans the River Thames and joins the counties of Buckinghamshire and Berkshire. Marlow has always been known as a fashionable riverside resort and attracted many famous people to the area. Residents of the town have included Thomas Love Peacock, Jerome K. Jerome, T.S. Eliot and Mary Shelley who finished her Gothic masterpiece Frankenstein while living in the town.
Take a boat trip with Salters Steamers to Henley or Windsor or enjoy a 40 minute return cruise to Temple Lock. http://salterssteamers.co.uk
Take a walk in the award-winning Higginson Park. Set in 23 acres of lawn beside the River Thames and Thames Path the park has great facilities for all the family to enjoy including a large playground, cafes, skate park, a brick in grass maze, and boat hire.
Stay at the Macdonald Complete Angler a 17th century, 4 star hotel, where most of the rooms have gorgeous river views. The hotel also boasts an award winning restaurant. Other dining options include the Lounge and Walton Bar, The Riverside Restaurant and Sindhu by Atul Kochhar a Michelin-starred chef who offers diners the very best of traditional Indian cuisine in a contemporary setting.
1. The Queen's Head The Queens Head, Marlow's little secret, is a rose cladded but in the heart of Little Marlow. What more idyllic setting could there be to enjoy a delicious meal? Gourmet ingredients and expert preparation ensures that their menu is one of the best around. http://www.marlowslittlesecret.co.uk/#1
2 The Ship Established 1580, The Ship is Marlow's oldest pub ... Enjoy Real Ales from our an award winning local brewery as well as draught Czech and Italian beers. https://www.theshipmarlow.com/
3 The Prince of Wales The Prince of Wales is a very comfortable and spacious pub with three distinct bar areas. It successfully manages to retain the atmosphere and ambience of a real 'local' - a quality fast disappearing in these days of themed pub chains. http://www.the-prince-of-wales.co.uk/