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
Proprietor: MATTHEW AYERS
Features: Drop in and enjoy our fresh, quality food matched with perfectly kept local Hooky beer!
The Queen’s Head is a village pub with style. Inside the welcome is warm and the atmosphere fresh and airy. The pub is a proper local, offering locally brewed Hook Norton beers and most of the food is sourced from local farmers and suppliers. The pub has a small intimate restaurant area and a comfortable […]Read more
Proprietor: JAMES ROGERS (MANAGER)
Features: We show a great range of live sport and have a cosy bar with wood burner.
Dating back to 1684, we may be the smallest pub in Chipping Norton but we cram alot in!Read more
Proprietor: Andy & Dee Tustin
Features: A lively Cotswold country Pub serving an ever changing range of Hook Norton beers and artisan Gins. Our lovingly prepared food can be enjoyed in our Beer Garden or cosy bar area.
The Red Lion, Ilmington, is located in the Cotswolds in a beautiful and idyllic country village. Serving Hook Norton beer and their ever growing range of quality craft ales. In addition to fabulous real ales we stock a wide range of artisan gins, some brewed locally and some from around the UK, literally from John […]Read more
Proprietor: AIDAN & KEEGAN MADDEN
Features: An inviting Oxfordshire village pub with a cosy bar, warmed by a wood burning stove. Our food is generous and unfussy and can be paired with local beers brewed just 12 miles away. We welcome well behaved children and are dog-friendly in the bar area.
A warm welcome awaits you in this traditional English country pub and restaurant situated in the Cherwell Valley. The bar is intimate and cosy with a real fire in winter and a pretty terrace for eating and drinking in the warmer weather. The menu boasts many pub classics which are all prepared in-house, complemented by […]Read more
Proprietor: STEPHEN & NICOLA KENDALL
Features: A traditional family run Inn, dating back over 300 years. The Star is a beautiful country Pub/Restaurant/B&B, with open fires, and boasts a wonderfully large beer garden.
Sulgrave is a popular South Northamptonshire conservation village situated in undulating countryside close to the North Oxfordshire border. The Star Inn is over 300 years old and lies close to Sulgrave Manor, the ancestral home of the first president of the United States, George Washington. It is also the only English Public House known to […]Read more
Proprietor: Mark Higgs
Features: We are located in the centre of Hook Norton, serving up fresh, local food as well as a range of handcrafted real ales, brewed just minutes away from us. We also offer Accommodation and have a large Beer Garden for you to enjoy those sunny summer days.
A British Cotswold Inn brimming with rich history, The Sun Inn is undoubtedly the perfect spot for a delicious feast or simply a round of drinks in front of the fireplace. Nestled in the beautiful village of Hook Norton, we offer a contemporary dining experience combined with a traditional pub atmosphere. We have a fantastic […]Read more
Proprietor: JEREMY MOREY & ANTHONY MURRAY
Features: The inn, which has parts of the building dating back as far as the medieval period offers visitors well kept real ales, superb food and wines by the glass. A warm welcome awaits so pop in and say hello!
Situated in the busy market town of Banbury, this excellent pub is one of the very best drinking houses in the town. The Reindeer Inn, Banbury with its heavy, wooden doors leading through to the yard at the rear bearing the inscription Anno Din 1570 was used by Oliver Cromwell, while laying siege to the […]Read more
Proprietor: NICK SAUL
Features: A quality traditional village pub located just outside of Banbury, ideal for walkers and ramblers to call in for a pint of Cask Marque accredited local ale.
The Roebuck Inn is a quality, traditional village pub situated on the outskirts of Banbury. Formerly known as ‘The Buck’, it was built in 1602 and is bursting with character to this day. The Roebuck is a family business run by Nick Saul. Nick spends his days in the kitchen cooking up wonderful recipes and […]Read more
Proprietor: Darren Drummond
Features: COSY BAR, WOOD BURNING STOVE, BAR GAMES, LARGE GARDEN & CAR PARK
Set amongst the rolling hillsides of rural Northamptonshire, The Three Conies is the perfect family pub with something for everyone to enjoy. It is located in the picturesque, untouched village of Thorpe Mandeville, just six miles North-East of the town of Banbury, made famous by the nursery rhyme. The Three Conies has a wonderful atmosphere […]Read more
Proprietor: LES COLLINS & LISA HANCOCK
Features: We are a traditional English pub with a beautiful Beer Garden for you to enjoy. Pop in for a round of darts followed by one of our fresh, homemade dishes, served 7 days a week.
A traditional public house offering friendly service and Hook Norton Ales. Sky, BT Sports and free Wifi is available as well as a beautiful beer garden and darts board. Pay us a visit and tuck into one of our basket meals or why not come along to our popular homemade Pie Night every Tuesday. […]Read more