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Inns in Goring on Thames

Perch and Pike
The Street
South Stoke

Goring on Thames
Oxfordshire

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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 primary school, no shop and a 17th century village pub. We are quite hard to find but very near to Goring-on-Thames.

When you arrive you will be rewarded with a friendly welcome, wholesome and interesting food and a comfortable bed. The noisiest things around here are birdsong and the sound of walkers on the Ridgeway Path as they pass our front door.

Open log fires and a warm welcome from the friendly staff will ensure that you have a wonderful stay at The Perch and Pike and enjoy the four unique en-suite bedrooms. Come away for your weekend in the Thames Valley, we are well hidden!!

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