Camping

Camping is available on the EA Island adjacent to Hurley Weir. Camping is £6.50 per person per night. Camping can be accessed from Friday night. There are showers and toilets on the campsite.

We can supply some tents at £20 for the weekend (£50 deposit). These are 3 man pop up style. We have a limited number of these.

The campsite is easier to access from the Hurley Village side of Hurley Weir. Historically we have had parking issues with locals complaining that we take all the space. This is especially bad on Sunday mornings when the church is in use. Please be mindful of these problems and do your best to help with maintaining a positive relationship.

Please do not camp in the Hurley Village car park or the Hurley Riverside parking area.

Camping can be purchased through our online booking at www.hurleyclassic.co.uk

Hotels

Marlow is the closest town for hotels but they do tend to be more expensive.

  • Crown Plaza is an upmarket hotel base a few miles from SAS. If you’re a BC member you can use your membership to get a discount here. https://www.crowneplaza.com/
  • Premier Inn is a good clean hotel which normally is at the economy end of hotels but this one is in Marlow so you pay a premium for this one. http://www.premierinn.com/

Maidenhead is a little further away (15 mins drive) but offers two more economical hotels.

  • Travelodge is a basic hotel. The rooms are clean and have a shower room and toilet. Normally there are two beds and a sofa bed in the rooms. https://www.travelodge.co.uk/
  • Premier Inn Maidenhead is quite similar to the Travelodge but a little newer. http://www.premierinn.com/

Other close by towns include High Wycombe, Henley and slightly further away is Reading.

Remember if you ask, very often the local paddlers will try and find space for paddlers coming from outside the UK.