Set in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside close to the Chiltern Hills, the Cherry Tree Inn has been a pub since 1830’s. Low ceilings, oak beams, real fires and one of the best stocked bars from here to Christendom, at the centre of everything.
We think our pub garden is pretty special too, with two restored vintage tractors for children, pet bunny enclosure, famous kitchen garden and ample lawn and carefully tendered borders.
Nat and Dan run the business and have been at the helm since the beginning of 2018. Our business partner (in crime) John completes the management team bringing his flair for business and fresh ideas, and he’s an all-round good chap!
The first landlord of the Cherry Tree Inn was a young man from Bix called Joel Pembroke who ran a small public house from one of three adjoined cottages situated in a cherry orchard on the current site.
Both the orchard and the cottages were owned by James Champion, a Nettlebed grocer who almost certainly set up what was then known as The Traveller’s Friend as a branch of his own business, recruiting Joel to be his manager.
Experience the charm of The Cherry Tree Inn, where you’ll discover an irresistible menu of delicious food, breath taking countryside walks, and cosy overnight accommodation. We have four en suite bedrooms, guest wifi, E Bike charging points, wash station and mending station for cyclists, and breakfast is open to all, with our award winning coffee from Per’La, our sister company.
The pub boasts an open fire for colder times, and we have what we think, may be the finest pub garden in all of Oxfordshire, with two vintage tractors for children to pay on and our pet bunny enclosure housing Rosie & Clifford!
Embark on a delightful 4-mile circular pub walk starting from The Cherry Tree Inn in Stoke Row, situated near Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire. The route takes you through the breath taking Chilterns Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Immerse yourself in the charm of the beech woodlands that surround Stoke Row village in every direction, where you may be lucky to see up to three different species of wild Deer. Come Autumn the beech trees become copper-bronzed, which really is quite spectacular. Along the way, you’ll catch a glimpse of the splendid Wyfold Court mansion and have the opportunity to visit the enchanting Maharaja’s Well, an unexpected yet noteable landmark within the village.