Dating back to the 17th century The Blue Boar sits on the market square of the historic town of Witney. This Cotswold coaching inn offers an elegant dining room with an open kitchen that offers a Mediterranean-inspired menu, al fresco dining in the summer, a stylish bar with locally sourced beer and beautiful boutique bedrooms.
Dating back to 1605, The Crown & Thistle has been lovingly restored, retaining many of the building’s original features whilst incorporating modern day style and comfort. In the centre of Abingdon-on-Thames, The Crown and Thistle offers fantastic, seasonal Mediterranean food, an impressive restaurant and bar and stunning boutique-styled bedrooms.
Conveniently located in the centre of the market town of Berkhamsted, this 18th century former coaching inn boasts luxurious boutique-styled bedrooms, a restaurant with an open plan kitchen as its focal point, a stylish and cosy bar and a beautiful terrace for those sunny days.
Standing in the Cotswolds village of Clanfield, just a short drive from the village of Bampton of Downton Abbey fame where much of the TV series was filmed, is the 17th century Double Red Duke. Boasting roaring fires, a cosy bar, food using the best seasonal and local produce and bedrooms that mix mordern comfort with antique pieces, The Double Red Duke is the perfect base to explore the beauty of the outstanding Cotswold countryside.
Set on the banks of the River Windrush, this 16th century Inn is steeped in history, with log fires, flagstone floors and oak-framed ceilings. 2 AA Rosettes for food. Good Pub Guide’s "Oxfordshire Country Dining Pub of the Year". AA 4 Star Inn
The 12th century market town of Henley-on-Thames, nestled in the Chilterns, is home to Hotel du Vin Henley - a boutique hotel located in a former brewery. Hotel du Vin have enhaunced the original, charming period detail of this Georgian former brewery whilst adding contemporary sparkle. Boasting beautifully furnished bedrooms alongside the Bistro du Vin & snug bar.
This beautiful former prison, is now home to Malmaison Oxford – a boutique hotel. Just five minutes from some of Oxford’s best bars, restaurants and museums, this is without a doubt one of the most unique and thrilling hotels in Oxford.
Situated in Burford, the gateway to the Cotswolds, The Highway Inn is a 15th century inn steeped in history and charm offering a warm welcome of a traditional English pub combined with modern day stylish comfort. The inn is run by a team who are passionate about good food and service for the young, old, little people and their four-legged friends. No matter how long you stay, you will be made most welcome.
This lovely riverside inn by the Thames Path is just 20 minutes from the centre of Oxford and boasts 6 superior en-suite rooms, log fires, cask ales and an AA Rosette for food. AA 4 Star Inn.
This boutique hotel, restaurant and pub offers luxury accommodation just 20 minutes’ drive from Oxford. The Bell’s contemporary restaurant, with its open kitchen and wood-burning oven, specialises in pizza, fish, and shellfish. With its log fires, flagstone floors, oak beams and leather armchairs the Bell is a quintessential English inn. Bicester Retail Village is 15 minutes drive away. London Oxford (Kidlington) Airport is just 10 minutes by car.
This magnificent coaching inn is steeped in history and overlooks the green in the pretty Oxfordshire village of Adderbury near Banbury. Luxuriously appointed and full of character with a wealth of oak panelling, stone chimney pieces, open fires and low beams, this ancient Royalist owned hostelry dates from before the Civil War. Today the inn is a firm favourite with locals and travellers alike..
Welcome to the historic 17th century Cromwell Lodge Hotel situated in the centre of Banbury, close to Banbury Cross of nursery rhyme fame. The hotel offers comfortable, individually decorated en-suite bedrooms, free Wi-Fi, log fire, lots of character and the best breakfast in town!
This 16th century former cider house is situated midway between Oxford and Cheltenham in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Set by a brook by the village green, the inn has been elegantly furnished and modernised without losing any of its original charm and offers delicious, award winning food, cosy accommodation and free WiFi.
The epitome of an English country inn, the 15th century Lamb at Burford boasts flagstone floors, gleaming copper, brass and silver, log fires, walled garden and stunning antiques. Award winning food, excellent service and 17 individually furnished en-suite bedrooms ensure a relaxing stay. Winners of the Conde Nast Johansens 'Most Excellent Inn' 2012.
Situated in picturesque Burford', the 16th century Bay Tree exudes charm and heritage. Friendly and attentive service, a walled garden, gourmet cuisine, exposed beams, antiques, flagstones and crackling log fires create a wonderful ambiance. Enjoy England Excellence Awards 2011 'Small Hotel of the Year'.
Welcome to the Plough Hotel, an authentic 16th century Elizabethan manor house offering wonderful food, cosy log fires in the winter and fabulous al fresco dining in the summer. A friendly stylish yet informal atmosphere awaits.The Plough Hotel is perfectly placed for exploring the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside.
This 16th century inn oozing original features and traditional charm, stands just 10 miles from Oxford. The Rose Revived boasts boutique bedrooms and a warm welcome in the bar area with log fires and great food!
Situated between Burford and Stow-on-the-Wold, this fine 13th century stone inn boasts a good reputation for great food and real ales. Comfortable en-suite accommodation is available in a converted stable block to the rear of the inn. Well behaved dogs welcome
A beautiful 16th century building, the Falkland Arms simply oozes history and character with its flagstone floors, oak beams and inglenook fireplace. We are famous for our selection of beers, whiskies and country wines, our superb food and accommodation. Our five en-suite bedrooms offer all modern comforts. Great Tew is a lovely Cotswold village just 30 minutes drive from Oxford.
A classic country Inn situated just outside the small village of Hailey near Witney, the 17th century Bird In Hand boasts many original features including heavy wooden beams and a huge inglenook fireplace. Totally renovated, each of the rooms has its own unique, individual warmth and character. With excellent service, mouth-watering food and a warm, friendly, relaxing atmosphere, the Inn is great as a base from which to explore the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.
Set in 60 acres of beautiful Cotswold countryside, on the banks of the River Windrush, the Mill and Old Swan at Minster Lovell offers charming accommodation, free parking, free Wi-Fi and good leisure facilities.
A beautiful historic stone inn, the Lamb Inn is set in the pretty Oxfordshire village of Shipton-under-Wychwood. The inn boasts five unique, luxurious themed en-suite rooms and serves an exciting seasonal menu featuring local produce, a varied wine list and traditional ales.
This beautiful, thatched old inn has been carefully updated to provide a welcoming blend of the old and the new. The inn features local artwork and boasts 5 charming bedrooms. AA 5 Star Inn.
The small market town of Watlington is perfectly located on the edge of the Chiltern Hills and The Ridgeway, an ancient right of way and now a national trail. The Fat Fox Inn offers a warm welcome, with drinks and food served in the friendly, informal bar with its inglenook fireplace, or for a more intimate dining experience, in the eclectic dining room. To the rear of the inn there is a converted coaching barn which houses seven of nine lovely en-suite bedrooms. We are 13 miles from Oxford and 10 miles from Henley-on-Thames.
Voted one of the top 20 pubs in the UK, The Fleece overlooks Witney's Church Green, mid way between Oxford (13 miles) and Cheltenham. The Fleece's restaurant offers an excellent menu of fresh produce and traditional pub favourites, accompanied by an exciting wine list. The comfortable bedrooms are all en-suite and some have views of Church Green. Free WiFi and on-site parking.
Built as a coaching inn in the 13th century, the Bear is a favourite haunt for romantic couples, including Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor at the height of their love affair. With its ivy façade, exposed beams, open fireplaces, stone walls and cosy bar, it exudes warmth and atmosphere. The hotel is proud of it's award winning 2 AA Rosette Restaurant offering an innovative British menu. AA 4 Star Hotel.viting.
Just 10 minutes walk from Blenheim Palace, the Star Inn offers elegant rooms with views of the town, free Wi-Fi, free parking and home-cooked, traditional pub food. The rustic dining area boasts wooden panelled walls and beamed ceilings. The Star also has a large garden.
This historic, 17th century hotel is situated in the heart of Woodstock at the gates of Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. In winter, log fires warm the sitting rooms and the bar. In warmer months, the courtyard garden is perfect for dining al fresco. Newly refurbished in 2010, the charming, individually designed guest rooms are furnished with antiques, books and pictures. The award winning restaurant restaurant has received much critical acclaim.
Just 5 miles from the centre of Oxford you will find the 450 year old Bear and Ragged Staff. The Bear boasts bars, restaurant, snugs, log fires and a garden. Rooms are either in the Old Cottage Wing or above the Old Pub which features wiggly beams, sloping floors, quirky staircases, and of course, ghosts! Award-winning ales are on offer in the bar, and guests can choose from a traditional British food menu for lunch and dinner.
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