Cliveden Reach is renowned as one of the prettiest spots on the Thames. The 2019 season has now come to an end and the boating offer is under review. More information will be released in the new year about the launch in spring.
Getting to the river
Pick up a map upon your arrival and head to Yew Tree Steps to head down to the river. Alternatively, for a step-free route, please use Spring Drive.
Mooring spaces are available downstream from Spring Cottage and also on two of our four islands.
To help us look after Cliveden and its riverfront, mooring fees do apply. Our River Custodians will be on hand to welcome you, collect the fee and answer any questions.
Fees are for 24 hour mooring and we’re happy to adjust them if you would like to stay for a shorter amount of time.
For the moment we take payment by cash only. This can be paid on the day of arrival to one of our River Custodians or at our properties Information Kiosk.
Please note our River by-laws:
- No fires at any time, or in any place.
- No bikes are permitted
- Music is to be kept low and with the consideration of others.
- No collection of wood.
- No visitors allowed in Cliveden’s grounds after estate closing time.
All information correct as of 27 October 2019. On rare occasions, including in the event of inclement weather, there may be a change to the boating schedule at short notice.
If you are making a special trip please telephone Cliveden in advance on 01628 605069 for the latest details.