Q & A with Jonathan Hobbs, our co-founder and newly appointed Royal Waterman

by Fern McCoy on 22nd August 2018 No comments

How to know your Pearly Class from your Edwardian launch.

At Hobbs of Henley we’ve been renting out boats to day trippers for nearly 150 years, so we know how important it is to have boats that can meet a variety of needs. Whether you want to take a step back in time to the Edwardian era and enjoy a picnic with a group of friends, take your family for an hour-long spin in our smaller Pearly class launches or have some fun in a traditional rowing boat, we have the self-drive boat hire experience for you.

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Fern McCoyQ & A with Jonathan Hobbs, our co-founder and newly appointed Royal Waterman

Top 10 things to do in Henley this Summer

by Fern McCoy on 10th July 2018 No comments

Take in our royal heritage at Henley Regatta

Established in 1839, Henley Regatta is of world class status and is arguably our most famed production of the year. Over the 5 day period, more than two hundred races take place in 565 boats on the 2112 metre course, attracting hundreds of thousands of spectators dressed in their finery.

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Fern McCoyTop 10 things to do in Henley this Summer

Flavouring Gin- D.I.Y.

by Fern McCoy on 3rd July 2018 No comments

Bet you didn’t know how easy it is to infuse your Mr Hobbs Gin from the comfort of your own home.

We have put together instructions for infusing/ flavouring your Mr Hobbs Gin- we do hope you enjoy.

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Henley, Boats & Gin!

by Fern McCoy on 25th May 2018 No comments

Fundamentally, Henley on Thames is a town dedicated to embracing the river and it was the area in which Wind in The Willows was written and based upon – ‘’The novel is notable for its mixture of mysticism, adventure, morality and camaraderie, and celebrated for its evocation of the nature of the Thames Valley.’’

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