reach of Maidenhead, Marlow and Henley-on-Thames, surrounded
by some stunning walks and bridle paths.
The building itself (and the name) date back to the 1600's
and a rich history includes its reported use by the infamous highwayman
Dick Turpin and his horse Black Bess.
No wonder the Dew Drop fits so naturally in its surroundings
and adapts so convivially to the seasons:
a warming pint by the glowing log fire in the winter, a long cool drink in the
fabulous garden during the summer.
Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday to Saturday and for long Sunday lunches,
the Dew Drop kitchen emphasises fresh locally sourced ingredients,
and includes homemade and homebaked items wherever possible.
The menu presents a stylish take on country pub fare, with traditional favourites
and a few tasty surprises.
The bar offers 3 well kept ales, two of which are rotated on a weekly and monthly basis, as well as the classic wine & spirit choices.
Whether you are arriving on foot, by car or even on horseback,
and be it for a meal or just a pint (or two) you can be sure of a warm welcome at the Dew Drop Inn!
Dew Drop Inn
Honey Lane, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 6RB
01628 824 327