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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The staff were welcoming and nothing was too much trouble. The floorboards were creaky but that just added to its medieval history. The room was very clean and we liked the gift of bottles of water in the room every day. We did not mind being at the front because we live in a village and are used to hearing the church clock but people who are not used to this sort of chiming every fifteen minutes might find it disturbing at night. We would definitely return.
Nice pub, good rooms and facilities. Just wanted cooked breakfast to start earlier at weekends although was given a small selection of cereal, fruit and muffins to our room as said we would want breakfast earlier.
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Stayed for 1 night on our way elsewhere. Lovely village setting attached to really nice inn with outside space. Food was very nice and room was spotless and facilities very good. Our only problem was that our room was very warm (to be fair it was a warm night) which did cause us some problems sleeping (we like bedrooms really chilly). Our room ony had small rooflights which did not allow much ventilation. Otherwise very good
Beautiful hotel, stayed in an annexe room that had obviously been refurbished recently (gorgeous).
The owners are very welcoming and they even cooked us breakfast later than the time they normally stop serving as we were going to the Cropredy festival and weren't leaving till later.
Highly recommended :-)
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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