On the banks of the Thames, in a picturesque Berkshire village, just 20 minutes from the M4 in Reading, The Swan at Streatley is an intimate country hotel offering informal luxury, a warm welcome, delicious food and tip-top service. Standing by the river’s edge since the 1700’s has made it part our DNA and one of the reasons why The Swan is a wonderfully unique place to meet, stay, eat great food and socialise.
Our breath-taking river frontage provides ever changing views from the newly refurbished Riverside Restaurant and Bar, Terrace and Boat House Deli & Café, as well as many of our 39 ensuite bedrooms. You’ll find helpful, friendly staff, local, seasonal food and a relaxed, chic style.
On the border of Oxfordshire, the hotel is surrounded by rolling Downs and beautiful scenery and is very much part of the local community of Goring & Streatley. The Swan at Streatley is one of the most popular wedding venues in Oxfordshire and Berkshire – there’s just something about getting married by the river...or even on the river!
This stretch of the Thames is one of the most beautiful and varied along the river. We are, of course, biased but poets and authors through the centuries have agreed - Jerome K Jerome, Oscar Wilde and Kenneth Grahame included. And if you fancy an afternoon on the river with friends and family, or a romantic evening cruise with a picnic and a bottle of wine, from April to October you can hire one of our boats and do just that.
The Swan at Streatley is the perfect location for a relaxed weekend escape, an active break from the city, a wedding or business meeting…and of course an idyllic spot for lunch and dinner.
Ravishing Room Refurbs – Read all about it!
Our bedrooms are scheduled to be entirely renovated and redesigned. Several have been completed and are already being enjoyed by our guests. The rooms provide the ultimate in comfort and many include wonderful features such as free-standing baths in the bedrooms, walk-in-showers (in the bathrooms!), four poster beds and balconies overlooking the river. Click our 'Find out more' link for the latest newsGet in touch