The Beetle & Wedge Boathouse

Moulsford, Oxfordshire

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The Beetle & Wedge Boathouse Restaurant is a unique, buzzy, informal riverside restaurant located in Moulsford, Oxfordshire. The hotel offers three bedrooms that overlook the River Thames.

Set on the site of the original Moulsford ferry service, on the banks of the River Thames immortalised in 'The Wind in the Willows' and where Jerome K Jerome chronicled the escapades of his friends' visits in 'Three Men in a Boat', the Boathouse Restaurant emphasis is on quality of food, wines and service.

The older part of the Boathouse offers our famous open charcoal grill where delicacies are created before your very eyes.

At the hotel the three bedrooms have king-size beds and lovely roll-top baths, one of our ground floor rooms offers a spacious en suite shower room. Breakfast is served in the The Boathouse and on fine weather mornings we can also serve outside on the jetty.

The restaurant offers a warm and friendly atmosphere and a magical combination of fabulous food, an idyllic location and great service. George Delorme, our head chef manages an ever-changing menu where quality is of the essence, be it sparkling fresh fish, game in season, soups, salads, shellfish and dishes from our open charcoal grill are a specialty.

Our mission is to ensure your time with us is as enjoyable as possible, if you have any special requirements please contact us.

Families are important to us at The Beetle & Wedge Boathouse and children are always welcome, we can adapt our menus to suit most tastes and provide highchairs where necessary.

Please see our website for further details.

4 Star Visit England.

Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for exact details.

Visit Website www.beetleandwedge.co.uk

Features & Amenities

  • Off Street Parking
  • Garden
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Children Welcome
  • Wifi
  • Golf Nearby

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Pricing :

      Room per night based on 2 people sharing from £90

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