The Cherry Tree Inn

Historic Inn in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

The Cherry Tree Inn, Stoke Row
Henley-on-Thames
Oxfordshire
England
RG9 5QA

The Cherry Tree Inn, Henley-on-Thames

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The Cherry Tree is situated in an area of outstanding beauty within the Chilterns, and is a perfect blend of classic and contemporary.

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?cor 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.

 4 star rating

From: £85.00

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