Goring On Thames

Goring-on-Thames enjoys a lovely setting, with of course the fine riverside called ‘passing fair’ and ‘charming’ by Jerome K. Jerome in Three Men in a Boat, the Chilterns to one side and the Berkshire Downs the other... Read More

Hotels in Goring On Thames - 3 places to stay

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The Miller of Mansfield

The Miller of Mansfield

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The Miller of Mansfield has now reopened following a programme of comprehensive refurbishment to create a luxurious Restaurant, Bar and Boutique Hotel. Our restaurant and bar serve modern European cuisine ... More | visit website

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Perch and Pike

Perch and Pike

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The Perch and Pike, built within an unspecified date in the 17th Century, was South Stoke's most prominent beerhouse. South Stoke is a quintessentially English village, with a beautiful church, a ... More

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The Swan at Streatley (0.45 miles)

The Swan at Streatley

And this to all is my advice, Put plainly and concretely,
If youre in search of all thats nice, Go to The Swan at Streatley

H.D. Ellis, August 1901

The Swan at Streatley Hotel is situated on the ... More | visit website

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Bull At Streatley (0.62 miles)

Bull At Streatley

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The Bull at Streatley provides a warm welcome for visitors to this attractive village alongside the River Thames on the Main route between Reading and Oxford. This historic hostelry dates ... More

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Perch and Pike (1.61 miles)

Perch and Pike

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Situated in the picturesque village of South Stoke, this charming country retreat is ideally located for exploring this part of the Thames Valley on bike, foot or horse-back. The Perch & Pike ... More

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Weir View House (3.23 miles)

Weir View House

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Weir View House overlooks the River Thames and is situated in the picturesque village of Pangbourne, Berkshire. Just 15 minutes from Reading, 45 minutes from ... More

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Springs Hotel and Golf Club (3.44 miles)

Springs Hotel and Golf Club

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Nestling deep within the beautiful South Oxfordshire region, this hotel is the ideal place for a relaxed gathering. This fine example of a Victorian Tudor style country house with 18-hole Springs Golf ... More

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The George Hotel (3.44 miles)

The George Hotel
The George Hotel is a traditional coaching inn dating back to the 17th century, full of olde English charm and character. It is situated in the beautiful Thames-side village of Pangbourne, Berkshire & and ... More | visit website
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The Elephant (3.46 miles)

The Elephant
The Elephant Hotel, set in the bustling village of Pangbourne, beside the River Thames, minutes from the vibrant city of Reading, offers a return to the opulence of the Empire. Beautiful handcrafted Indian furniture, rich ... More | visit website
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Royal Oak Hotel (5.00 miles)

Royal Oak Hotel
The Royal Oak, a stunning country pub with rooms full of character nestled in the picturesque and historic village of Yattendon, on the Yattendon Estate in Berkshire. The Royal Oak stays true to the ... More | visit website
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The Royal Oak (5.01 miles)

The Royal Oak
The Royal Oak, a stunning country pub with rooms full of character nestled in the picturesque and historic village of Yattendon, on the Yattendon Estate in Berkshire. The Royal Oak stays true to the ... More | visit website
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African Queen Hotel Boat (5.03 miles)

African Queen Hotel Boat

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Having battled the Irish Sea to come to rest upon the Thames, just outside Reading, this spectacular boat hotel is set in an area ... More

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