Number of conference rooms – 2 (lounge bar & clubroom)
Number of bedrooms – no
Outdoor space – yes
Water – short walk to the river Thames
Founded in 1930 as Old Henleisians, Henley’s fortunes began to soar when Sir Clive Woodward became the 1st XV coach in 1990. In year 2000 Henley had reached their pinnacle with a midway position in National One (as was) and a top 25 position in National League Rugby.
Take London Irish out of the scene (they play in Reading at the Madejski Stadium but their base is in Middlesex), then Henley are clearly the premier club in the Thames Valley.
Henley’s ground Dry Leas is the club’s ‘jewel in the crown’. The ground is barely a stone’s throw from the river and reflects everything that you might expect from the world famous regatta town of Henley–On–Thames. Beautifully appointed Dry Leas boasts one of the finest playing surfaces in the country.