Welcome to 'The Rising Sun'
Welcome to 'The Rising Sun'
Clean, warm, cosy, friendly, relaxing , set in the beautiful old village of Hurley. The village dates back to 700 ad and is recorded in the Domesday, the old church is still standing which was once the nave to the old Priory until 1536 when Henry Vlll dissolved the Monasteries.
The River Thames is just 4 min walk from the Rising Sun. Built around 1830 the pub is a big favorite with walkers, ramblers, boating people alike. There is a fantastic caravan and camping site just down the road, which is among the top 5 sites in the UK for static, mobile and camping.
We have a village shop, a church and a small B&B. The village is heaving in the summer months with tourists enjoying the camping and picnic areas right on the River Thames. Soft comfortable chairs and settees, log fire for the cold winter months. Home cooked and prepared traditional pub food plus specials, 4 ever changing real ales from local brewer's and a selection of lagers.
The Rising Sun Menu
SPECIAL NOTE: Takeaway available (collection only) with a 20% discount on our burgers, pizzas, and curry dishes
It was very nice to meet you when we visited your establishment on Tuesday. Hurley was the 55th Rising Sun (out of a total of 129) we have visited and yours is certainly one of the highlights of the venture so far.
All your staff are a credit to you and the pub. The customers who joined in the quiz with us also made it tremendous fun. We really enjoyed the Rebellion beers and the food was absolutely outstanding. (Before retiring I was fortunate enough to visit India about 25 times and the Naan at the pub were some of the best I have ever had!!).
Kev & Steve
This is lovely pub I went a few weeks ago food was lovely, all staff was very friendly was served by a young girl Charlie I got her name to thank her for her lovely service she was very talkative and confident and was very quick and efficient but all staff was lovely it was an all good experience.
This is a welcoming and friendly pub. We were staying at nearby caravan park and ended up going 3 times. The menu is varied including a full Indian menu, pizzas as well as traditional pub food. The place was busy and buzzing. Staff were friendly and helpful.
Holiday for my 50th Birthday
This was our local to where we were staying it was approx 20 minute walk but so so worth it. Having arrived on Saturday we headed for the local pub. We had dinner and a few drinks.
The food was good. The device superb, the staff are friendly and very welcoming. Don’t matter who you are this place makes you feel like a local. So so good.
So we returned there every day for a drink for our whole weeks stay eating there on the Sunday. Having Sunday roast which I recommend we had the lamb just so good.
Then we ate their on the Friday before we came home. My husband had the salmon again so good and I had chicken jalfrezi which was better than I’ve eaten in an Indian restaurant.
Loved this place well worth a visit. Would definitely come back when next in the area.