I stayed here on the night of 21st February 2015. The hotel was clean, bright and welcoming. The staff were very friendly and polite. My room was comfortable and very well equipped. Hotel showers sometimes aren't the best, but the one I had in the Banbury House was really powerful with plenty of hot water.
Traveller from Northampton
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Having left Banbury in 1980, My Wife and Decided to celebrate our 35th Wedding Anniversay in Banbury, and we picked the Hotel we had looked at from afar when we were kids! Check in was easy, Rooms were modern and clean, and despite a Wedding being held on Saturday night, we weren't disturbed by noise etc. Parking was good and safe, overall a great Stay.
Hotel had a lot of character and was in a pleasant village location with three other local pubs, delicious evening meal and very friendly and efficient staff, although the double room was rather on the small side with no room for manoeuvre, but would definitely return if in the area.
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I stayed here whilst visiting the area and was very pleasantly surprised after a trip into Banbury. Only 5 minutes drive from what is essentially a bit of a spoilt old town, is this hotel situated in beautiful countryside. The room was perfectly pleasant (although a bit hot) but the point of difference for me were the wonderful staff. Helpful in every possible way and obviously take a great deal of pride in their job - a breath of fresh air.
Not expensive considering you get an enormous offering for breakfast included in the room rate.
Would definitely stay here again.
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Nice village pub close to Banbury and the M40. A car is essential, there are 2 buses a day to Banbury or Leamington. 6 B&B rooms, mine was small but comfortable but with skylights. Bit tight, but everything was there.The pub has real ale on tap, great food, and on a Saturday night a guest musician or band. Music stops at 11:00 p.m., so no issues about getting to sleep. The B&B rooms are at the back, I couldn't hear anything from the pub. When I stayed a R/B singer/guitar/banjo player, great entertainment over a pint of "Old Hookey". The restaurant cooks to order, has lots of vegetarian options and gluten-free choices, expect a bit of delay between the starter and main course. Make a reservation over the weekend as it was very busy when I stayed. For those who like trains the mainline to Birmingham runs past the village, there are several excellent train-spotting position, The village has a lot of old stone houses (Oxfordshire oolitic ironstone), and a Norman church. Make sure you have your camera with you. Close to Warwick (the castle), Leamington, and Birmingham. Leave the car at Banbury station if going to London or Birmingham for the day (1 hour), it's cheaper than driving and finding parking and a lot more relaxing if driving in the UK is a new experience for you. I'll be staying here again.
Thoroughly enjoyed our 3 nights at Gate House B&B. Debbie is the ultimate host and leaves no stone unturned in providing her guests with a rewarding experience. Enjoyed the fact that there were options at breakfast, as you can only eat so many "traditional English breakfast's during a 10 day trip to the UK! If you love cats, you will love Max, he was also the ultimate host and fill in if you were missing your cat.
My son and his wife, just moved to Banbury and it is nice to know that the Gate House is there for us to stay at. The only word of advice I have is that you might want to have a car, as Banbury is not exactly "around the corner", but then there are cabs to get you there.
Hotel room was extremely hot even with fan and window open. Bar staff (the girls) were extremely helpful on all occasions. I think the manager needs to be more hands on. When we left we had to leave our room cards on bar as no one around to even ask us if we had enjoyed our stay and our bill not ready when ask at breakfast and they had to ask us what we had. Breakfast was a little cold and only offered one cup of coffee. There are more positives than negatives but for the price charged would expect more attention to detail.
Banbury is a bustling market town in North Oxfordshire. It is known largely for its famed Banbury Cakes, and for the old English nursery rhyme, Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross. There remains a cross in the town centre along with a statue of the lady on her horse. Nearby Cropredy, 4 miles along the Oxford Canal, hosts one of Britain's biggest folk festivals every August.
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