The Argyll is a family run food and Ale pub located in Market Place, Henley-on-Thames. The pub is warm and inviting serving traditional cask Ales, new world wines, premium spirits, soft drinks and fresh coffees.
You are welcome to enjoy our beer, wine and food, any dietary requirements will be catered for to the best of our ability. Our kitchen is open all day from 11.45am until 9.00pm and 6.30pm on Sundays. We have a car park at the rear and a large south facing semi covered patio area that is extremely popular with customers throughout the day and evening in the warmer months.
We offer quality home cooked food, see our menu for Rib eye and Sirloin steaks.’ Old English Pork Sausages & Mash’, homemade vegetarian options, grilled Salmon fillet and beer battered Cod & chips along with ‘lite bites’, doorstep sandwiches, Chefs special’s and ploughman’s lunches. Lots of our fresh meat is supplied by Gabriel Machins the local Henley Butchers. We are a family friendly pub and have been serving the needs of our valued customers for 12 years in this historic and beautiful town.
Two episodes of the popular tv detective series ‘Midsomer Murders’ ‘Last years model’ and ‘the black book’ have been filmed at the pub and people travel from all parts of the world to visit Henley and the surrounding area. The Argyll is the only pub in Henley on Thames that can boast filming of DCI. Tom Barnaby (John Nettles) and Sgt. Ben Jones (Jason Hughes) at the bar having a drink.
Henley Midsomer Walking tours depart The Argyll at 11.00am on Saturday mornings from March until October. Midweek tours, driving tours and guided full day coach tours available by arrangement.
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