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Perfect English Pub in vicinity of the "chalk horse". The Inn it's self has wonderful atmosphere with a typical pub and solar dining area. Food was excellent. Lots of places to go for a walk and beautiful scenery. Everyone was extremely friendly and helpful . Room was comfortable except the beds ...
The only niggle was the Breakfast . Eggs fried in used fat or oil, looked very sad . Sausages either deep fried or oven baked were hard skinned, bacon dry and over cooked. Other than that it was a great . Good luck with the Pub .!
Great food, welcoming staff, great room, if anything the parking is a bit tight, but safe.
We always stay here on our visits to the cotswold.The hotel is convenient for Cirencester, Oxford and the wonderful garden centre of Burford.
Really welcoming and friendly countryside pub with bed and breakfast. Pub full of charm and character. Only downside was that it closes in afternoon which we weren't aware of but would definitely stay there again
Oxfordshire has one of the most breath-taking and varied series of landscapes in the United Kingdom, framed by the glorious Chiltern Hills and plunging down towards the Thames Valley. There are outdoor activities for all the family here, from boating and climbing to walking and cycling, and the kids will love Oxfordshire's many theme and wildlife parks. Visitors come to this exceptionally beautiful southeast English county throughout the year, and a three star hotel in Oxfordshire makes an ideal and affordable base for a family or any other getaway. Attractive three star hotels in Bicester, Oxford, Banbury, Kidlington or any other of the county's cities and towns allow you to easily explore all the attractions on offer.
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One of the major reasons cited by visitors for their coming to Oxfordshire is the beauty of its landscapes and cultural richness of its great cities such as Oxford. With picturesque towns and villages like Banbury, Chipping Norton and Didcot also dotting the landscape, and numerous world class theme parks too, there's no end to the possibilities for adventure holidays in the great outdoors. Stay at an Oxfordshire three star hotel to explore the delights of Millets Farm Falconry in Abingdon, or head for Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens for a brilliant family day out. From historic architecture in Oxford to a wealth of museums and art galleries, Oxfordshire has something for all ages and inclinations.