The Swan at Streatley host outdoor cinema screening for Queen's Jubilee
The Swan at Streatley is kicking off the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend in style with a pop-up outdoor screening of the quintessentially British film, Rocketman. Guests and locals can enjoy a meal at Coppa Club before moving outside to see Taron Egerton sing the hits of Tiny Dancer, Benny and the Jets and I'm Still Standing in the beautiful countryside of Streatley and Goring. Sir Elton has reportedly met the Queen on numerous occasions and she is said to be a big fan of his hits. Those tuning into the screening will receive a comfortable deckchair and have access to the Coppa's brand new barbecue offering a complimentary burger and Berkshire botanical gin and tonic - following a recent partnership with Fever-Tree.
Coppa Club's Streatley-on-Thames location features The Swan at Streatley, a tranquil countryside getaway set in the Berkshire village of Streatley, upon the River Thames just one hour from London. The 47-bedroom property has been newly refurbished and offers rooms opening onto the garden lawn and overlooking the river, making it a great option for a dog-friendly retreat. The grounds include the property's own private island and provide lovely walks for families as well as their four-legged companions. The property is also ideal for riverside weddings, seating up to 130 people.
Guests can access the property via car, boat or helicopter and have access to a selection of events, onsite paddle boarding, exercise classes, high-spec meeting and events spaces and a hotel gym. The Swan At Streatley offers a small double room from £80 per night or a medium double room from £100 per night. Tickets for the live screening of Rocketman at The Swan at Streatley are priced at £35 per person and this includes headphones and& a deckchair, a barcue burger and a Berkshire botanical gin & Fevertree tonic.