Streatley is a village and civil parish on the River Thames in Berkshire, England. The village faces Goring-on-Thames. The two places share in their shops, services, leisure, sports and much of their transport; across the river is Goring & Streatley railway station and the village cluster adjoins a lock and weir. The west of the village is a mixture of agriculture and woodland plus a golf course. The village has a riverside hotel.
Streatley is mostly at steeply varying elevations, ranging from 51m AOD to 185m at Streatley Warren, a hilltop point on its western border, forming the eastern end of the Berkshire Downs an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty topped by 87-mile The Ridgeway path which crosses the Thames at Goring and Streatley Bridge.