Proprietor: Paul Spink
Features: We serve a full range of Hook Norton beers, and if you don’t like beer, we also stock a variety of malt whiskies and bourbons, gins, and rums so call in for a drink or two soon.
The Eagle Tavern in Witney is a friendly and welcoming, town centre pub. Since the Middle Ages, Witney was famous for the manufacturing of blankets using water from the River Windrush which, so the story goes, was the secret of their quality. Over recent years Witney has grown rapidly, yet it still manages to retain […]Read more
Proprietor: SIMON FINCH
Features: A fine example of a old village pub with a friendly atmosphere, excellent beer, and good food.
An original 15th-century coaching inn, the pub straddles the old A361 Banbury to Chipping Norton road. This classic ale house boasts lots of history and bags of character. It has a wide carriage entrance to the garden, car park and front doors. Open fires blaze in winter. Home cooked meals are available. The pub has […]Read more
Proprietor: MRS C HARRIS & MRS P DIMMOCK
Features: Our traditional market town is an intimate and the ideal place for people to pop in for a coffee or enjoy a relaxing pint of Hooky beer.
The Falcon is a traditional market town pub, situated to the southern end of the town of Thame. It fronts the main road towards Postcombe, in a commanding roadside location. Constructed of red brick under a tiled roof, the pub is an attractive building. A friendship of 20 years has helped form the business relationship […]Read more
Proprietor: James Rogers
Features: We sit happily and handily in the market place of Chipping Norton, gateway to the beautiful Cotswolds. We've been serving fine ale and food since the 16th century so please pop in and say hello!
Our restaurant serves a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu using locally sourced ingredients. Our menu is about simplicity done well. Nothing fussy or pretentious and we use local suppliers and artisan producers where possible. We can cater for single diners looking for a quick bite to eat all the way up to a special […]Read more
Proprietor: Stacey (General Manager)
Features: A traditional pub with a warm atmosphere serving good food and traditional ales from Hook Norton Brewery. Our guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, as well as free wifi.
‘The Gate Hangs High and hinders none. Refresh and pay and travel on’ With superb panoramic views of the surrounding Oxfordshire countryside and many wonderful walks that can be enjoyed, the Gate Hangs High is the perfect spot to stop and enjoy a glass of one of Hook Norton’s famous ales or a delicious meal […]Read more
Proprietor: Rob McRae
Features: A delightful 16th Century Country Inn serving Traditional & Continental food as well as local Hooky beers. We have a number of cosy rooms for the night and a beautiful beer garden for you to enjoy too.
PLEASE NOTE: We will be closed from 2nd – 10th January 2020. If you are visiting the Cotswolds for pleasure or business, are looking for bed and breakfast and would you like to stay in a historic, former coaching inn, then visit the George in Lower Brailes near Banbury, Oxfordshire. The George is a […]Read more
Proprietor: RENE & ALISON KLEIN
Features: An inviting country pub with a difference. We take pride in serving excellent food in a unique environment – the perfect place for an exuberant dinner with friends or a long, lazy Sunday lunch. Accommodation is also available.
Situated at the Eastern gateway to the Cotswolds, the pub is ideally located for Oxford, Blenheim Palace or motor racing fans visiting Silverstone. You will always receive a warm welcome at this pub as it is run by a young, friendly bunch of people who go out of their way to make people happy – nothing […]Read more
Proprietor: Artis Mineikis
Features: Enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner here at The Great Western Arms produced with locally sourced produce, washed down with a lovely pint of Hooky.
The Great Western Arms is the ‘local’ of Blockley, a picturesque village nestled amongst the Cotswold Hills of northern Gloucestershire. Fancy a pint, a cappuccino, an Americano or even a freshly made cup of tea or a pint of Hooky beer? Well, there is only one place in Blockley where you can get all four […]Read more
Proprietor: Ton Wentink
Features: A busy pub, complete with large beer garden suitable for small children. Inside there is a small comfortable, friendly bar area, which leads onto an eating area. A wood burning stove keeps customers warm on cold evenings. All the food is homemade.
Chatter and conversation is a feature of all Hook Norton pubs, but not many can claim to the sound of Love Birds. The amorous pair live in an aviary close to the back door of this pretty village pub. It is a busy pub, complete with large beer garden, which is suitable for small children. […]Read more
Proprietor: Anthony Mitchell & Edward Willson
Features: A relaxed bar & dining venue, using only the finest, freshest ingredients in our menus. We stock a variety of handcrafted local ales which can be enjoyed in our large beer garden or spacious bar and restaurant.
The Kings Head offers a friendly retreat to the local community, passing walkers and canal boaters. The newly refurbished restaurant is perfect not just for diners but also for those looking to celebrate a special occasion or hold a business presentation. Together with the quality of Hook Norton Ales, the Kings Head offers an Anglo-European […]Read more
Proprietor: Tim Gilkes (Manager)
Features: Traditional great British pub with wooden beams, cosy bar area complete with a wood burning stove and a fine range of real ales, wines and spirits.
In the beautiful Cotswold village of Hook Norton we offer a traditional great British pub experience with wooden beams, wood burning stove and a fine range of real ales, wines and spirits. The Pear Tree is located in the perfect spot at the entrance to Brewery Lane which leads up to Hook Norton Brewery so […]Read more
Proprietor: MICK (THE HAT) & JEAN WESTON
Features: Beautifully unspoilt one-room stone alehouse serving very well kept Hook Norton ales, poured directly from the casks. It's definitely worth a visit.
Mick the Hat and his wife Jean run a proper pub – a place of excellent beer and good conversation. The pub is an irreplaceable rural gem with one simply appointed bar. It is a pub for conversations that eddy and swirl around the small main bar, punctuated only by the laughter of customers. The […]Read more