In the centre of the small village of Stoke Lyne is the parish church, St. Peter's. The church has a late Norman nave and chancel. A north aisle was added in the 13th century and a south tower was added early in the 14th century. Most of the north aisle was demolished, leaving just the easternmost bay as a north transept.
Near the church is the Peyton Arms, a simple unmodernised village pub where real ale lovers enjoy their beer directly from the cask.
Stoke Lyne is about 4 miles north of Bicester, and amout 1 mile east of the Cherwell Valley service area on the M40 at junction 10.