Hambleden is a beautiful village a short drive out of Marlow towards Henley. This is a short circular walk we do which is suitable for very young children who can’t walk far. It combines a stop at the Stag and Huntsman pub and is very scenic although not suitable for buggies or scooter/balance bikes.
The pub itself is a lovely traditional country pub with a good sized beer garden and great food. It does get busy so it’s wise to book at peak times if you want to eat there.
You can park in Hambleden village generally near the Stag and Huntsman pub.
The Stag & Huntsman, Hambleden, Henley-on-Thames RG9 6RP
To check availability at the pub you can phone them on 01491 571227 or visit their website www.thestagandhuntsman.co.uk/
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