Henley Park is just east of the village. It was a medieval deer park and in 1300 became part of the manor of Henley. In the Georgian era the park was converted into a landscape garden with "beautiful inclosures descending in natural waving slopes from the house."
Fairmile Cemetery, on a hillside southwest of the village, belongs to Henley Town Council.
- Emery, Frank (1974). The Oxfordshire Landscape. The Making of the English Landscape. London: Hodder & Stoughton. pp. 131, 206. ISBN 0-340-04301-6.
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