The Miller of Mansfield is in the beautiful village of Goring-on-Thames, with stunning walks on the doorstep there is lots to do on a visit to the pub.
The River Thames is just a short walk down the road, Beale Wildlife Park and National Trust Basildon park are less than a 10 minute drive away too. Pangbourne and Wallingford (the home of Midsomer Murders) are both just a short drive away.
At the pub we welcome walkers and cyclists and well behaved dogs with drinks and bar snacks served daily. There is plenty of parking and both outdoor and indoor seating.
Just a 14 minute drive from the pub or a 8 mile walk along the Thames path, Wallingford, home to Agatha Christie until 1976 and currently a well used filming location for Midsomer murders, featuring as the fictitious town Causton.
One of the best examples of a Saxon fortified town in England and with the ruins of one of England’s most important castles.
Just a 20 minute drive from the pub or a 9 mile walk along the Thames path.
Home to the iconic Reading Festival, the Bayeux Tapestry at Reading Museum (ok, so its a Victorian replica but at 70m long its still quite impressive!) , and just 25 minutes from London.
Just a 10 minute drive from the pub is Beale wildlife park.
A perfect family day out with children’s play areas, and collections of small exotic animals, farm animals and birds; landscaped gardens and woodlands; there is lots to see and do.
National Trust Basildon park is just a 10 minute drive away.
With An 18th-century Palladian-style mansion, restored by Lord and Lady Iliffe after being requisitioned in the World Wars. Along with the house there is a 400 acre park and walks, formal gardens and children’s play areas.
View more details on the National Trust Website
The river Thames flows between Goring and Streatley in the beautiful Goring Gap.
The Miller is a couple of minutes off the Thames footpath in the village of Goring, the perfect stop off for a days walking or our beautiful bedrooms make the perfect overnight stop if walking further,.
A 65 mile long distance bridle path running from Goring to Salcey Forest in the North.
Suitable for walkers, and cyclists. If you are looking for a place to stop of at the end (or beginning) or your walk then check out our beautiful bedrooms.
Just up the hill in Streatley, this 2 mile circular walk has amazing panoramic views of the villages of Goring and Streatley.
There are some great walks right on the pubs doorstep!
Check out a local footpath map here.
and also here www.alltrails.com