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The Catherine Wheel, Henley-On-Thames - pub details

Catherine Wheel
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Address: 7-15 Hart Street, Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2AR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6422) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Henley-on-thames (0.2 miles), Shiplake (2.2 miles), Wargrave (3.2 miles)

Chain: Lloyds

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 4.7/10 (rated by 40 users)
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user reviews of the Catherine Wheel, Henley-On-Thames

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Stayed here for the weekend and it was our base for the Henley Ale Trail, although of course it's not on the trail as it's obviously not Brakspear's. Drinking here was the usual Spoon's experience and the rooms were perfectly acceptable if a little plain.
scoobybooze2 - 4 Apr 2022 11:41
Bar - very large, rather dark double bar room, food not bad, drink fine.
Hotel - small double room was perfectly acceptable and (being a Sunday night) very reasonably priced, a bargain even. Quiet, clean and with modern furnishing, plus ensuite shower. Recommended (although I appreciate it may be a different experience over the Regatta weekend).
ShenaniganOFlanaghan - 8 Aug 2017 14:49
There are some decent Wetherspoons around, this however isn't one of them!

First called in a couple of years back, without buying a beer! This time, we got to the bar, all ordinary beers on hand pump, so opted for a bottle of USA Porter, 330 ml at £2.99 not cheap, the barman said it's £3.29, we haven't changed the signage! Sorry mate, see you later!

So, still yet to have a beer there!
Ade.The.Raider - 23 Nov 2016 21:28
It’s a Wetherspoons Jim, but not as we know it ! An impressively large building that has (probably) not undergone much change since becoming part of the chain. The hotel occupies much of the high street, though the pub itself isn’t nearly so large. Once you’ve found the correct entrance, you pass through a window lined corridor into the heart of the pub. The bar is on the left, and another drinking area is on the right.

There are not many clues that this is a Wetherspoons. The range of real ales comprised Greene King IPA and three guests – no Ruddles, Abbot or “trio of doom” ! There were also couple of craft keg beers, and a large glass iced-water dispenser. The menu is of the A5 style – which I believe is common for more upmarket Spoons. Food however, is the standard Wetherfare, and not cheap – the Friday Fish Club being £7.49 for example.

Unfortunately, the 3 guests were all very similar – pale / golden ales. I had the Dark Star Hophead – which was reasonable.

Finally, I should mention the wooden panelled corridor which leads from the bar to the toilets – not something you find in every Spoons branch.

6/10 – one of the better Wetherspoons, but beer range could have been more extensive

Martinsh - 27 Jul 2015 23:14
Nowt wrong - stayed here and the rooms good - request 2nd floor to avoid noise Fri/Sat. Ales - nothing to write home about but can't be beaten on price.
kernott1 - 9 Apr 2015 18:25

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