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The Cherry Tree Inn
Stoke Row
Henley on Thames
Oxfordshire

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Welcome to The Cherry Tree Inn at Stoke Row is the perfect blend of classic and contemporary. Set in a 400 year old listed building.You can enjoy a fine drinking and dining experience amongst contemporary d├ęcor and modern, comfortable furnishings that complement the original flagstone floors, beamed ceilings and fireplaces. Service is informal, with an eat anywhere policy. The menu features a variety of classic European dishes with a modern twist using quality, fresh ingredients and local produce. A home-made Sunday roast is also offered. The full bar includes Brakspear Real Ale, fine Malt Whiskies, chilled Vodkas and a large wine list. Reservations not always necessary. The Cherry Tree also features four double en-suite letting rooms that are all finished to a high standard.Open all day everyday. Large garden and outside dining. Families welcome. Adequate parking. All major Credit Cards.The Cherry Tree Inn operates a non-smoking policy through-out our restaurant, bar and letting rooms. We hope guests can both appreciate and support us on this decision.

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