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. We only have 4 rooms, yet they are all different. One has twin beds and the others are doubles. One of these has a Jacuzzi bath that is only separated from the room by a glass wall. Interesting? All have tea and coffee facilities, so that you are independent and all have digital TV if you really need (or want) to stay in. Our food is a little bit different, but we are not trying to change the world. At lunchtime you will find good value favorites such as Fish and Chips and Sausage and Mash but also a range of interesting salads and creative main courses. The evening selection is much wider, with most ingredients sourced from local suppliers. A quiz takes place usually every last Monday of the month, it is £5 to enter and includes a plate of curry and teams of up to 4 people can play. As it passes through the village the Ridgeway Path follows the road past our front door and many walkers take advantage of our outdoor garden to refresh themselves with a hearty lunch and a glass of Brakspears real ale. There is plenty to do in this part of the Thames Valley. The river itself is only 2 minutes away and there is much to see in the market town of Wallingford, in Goring and in Streatley. Further afield are the well-known attractions in Henley-on-Thames, Marlow and Oxford. So come and stop in today and experience this wonderful atmosphere for yourself.