T: 01608 638535
Accommodation, Beer Garden, Cask Marque, Food Available, Free WiFi, Live Music, Parking
Monday – Saturday 08.00am – 23.00pm
Sunday Midday - 23.00pm
Pub dining times
BAR & FOOD
Breakfast - 08.00 - 10.00
Monday – Saturday - Food served all day from 12 - 9.30pm
Sunday 12.00 – 20.00
We offer a selection of real ales including Hooky Bitter, guest beers, a choice of country wines and wine by the glass, a full range of spirits, bottled beers and soft drinks as well as tea and coffee.
We serve a large variety of meals all prepared using fresh local produce.
Chipping Norton is the highest town in Oxfordshire and regarded as one of the "Gateways" to the Cotswolds. Situated on the western slopes of a hillside that was once the site of a Norman castle. 'Chipping' is derived from ceapen, an old English word meaning market. Alternatively the meaning comes from the medieval word Chepynge meaning long Market Square as will also be found at Chipping Campden and Chipping Sodbury. There has been a market here since the 13th century and was a major wool-trading town in the 15th century; the great 'wool' church of St Mary, built in perpendicular style, testifies to its prosperity