The Cherry Tree

Historic Inn in Steventon, Oxfordshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

33 High Street
Steventon
Oxfordshire
England
OX13 6RZ

The Cherry Tree, Steventon

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The Cherry Tree offers a warm, homely welcome. A superb place to spend your time whilst in the Medieval village of Steventon. The Cherry Tree is a beautiful 18th Century building and is still run as a traditional village pub.

The low ceilings, oak beams and 3 open fireplaces are cosy in the winter. With an extensive home cooked menu and Daily Specials. Located Close to Milton Business Park or Harwell Science Park and perfect for visiting nearby Abington or the Spires of Oxford

Whether you are popping in for a quiet drink, a great lunch or looking for somewhere to stay, The Cherry Tree offers a warm, homely welcome. A superb place to spend your time whilst in the Medieval village of Steventon. The Cherry Tree is a beautiful 18th Century building and is still run as a traditional village pub, serving as the heart of its community.

The low ceilings, oak beams and 3 open fireplaces are cosy in the winter whilst the large courtyard with giant umbrellas and heaters are perfect for those warm summer evenings. We are well known in the village and surrounding areas for our diverse selection of real ales, featuring 6 full time Wadworth brews and a further rotating guest ales. Come and join our regulars for a relaxing drink or bite to eat, or for a more lively visit pop along to our ever popular pub quiz each Monday night.

The Cherry Tree is also a B&B and has 6 Luxurious, En-suite Bedrooms, convenient for The Milton Business Park or Harwell Science Park

 3 star rating

From: £60.00

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30 September, 1399

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