18th century bed & breakfast
Minimum 2 night stay
Welcome to Townsend Farmhouse - a beautifully restored 18th century farmhouse, located in the picturesque village of Streatley on Thames in West Berkshire. We are just a short amble away from Goring, and the perfect pitstop on the Ridgeway and Thames Path.
Stay in one of our unique, characterful rooms or book the whole house that sleeps ten. We offer B&B and are close to a choice of idyllic country pubs offering either fine dining or traditional pub classics.
All our guests are warmly welcomed to escape and experience simple country life, while indulging in all the comforts you need after a day exploring the local surroundings.
STAYING WITH US
Step inside, to our Grand Entrance Hall - a lovely space to relax by the roaring log burner, while outside, the beautiful sun terrace is available for guests to enjoy anytime.
Each of our five guest rooms is packed with charm and character, furnished individually and features either en-suite or shared bathrooms. Guests will indulge in luxury bedding, towels, and robes to ensure a comfortable and relaxing stay.
A self-service continental breakfast is included in the room price and is served in our open plan kitchen / breakfast room.
You’ll also find our sociable dog Frank, and our old friend Leo the Tortoise.
Prices start at £85 per night including breakfast for a minimum of 2 nights.
SEE & DO
Set in the beautiful, historic village of Streatley (one of the prettiest villages on the Thames), Townsend Farmhouse is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the perfect location for sightseeing, walking, cycling, kayaking and bird watching.
We offer free-of charge kayaks (upon request from springtime) to explore the local water-ways, and are happy to advise on local walks and pubs for a pit stop along the Ridgeway or the Thames Path.
For those who just want to switch off, our garden offers a stunning retreat and a lovely place to simply sit and be, promoting mindfulness and wellbeing.
"A beautiful house with lovely touches. I was walking the Ridgeway and Karen's house is right on the path, so very convenient. Plenty of tea, coffee and snacks to help yourself and substantial breakfast. Best of all, I had a bath to soothe my aching limbs. Great stay. Highly recommended."