The Angel - Burford

ANGEL, BURFORD

The Angel is an award-winning pub close to the centre of Burford, a thriving, historic market town, known as ‘the gateway to the Cotswolds’. Situated only 100 yards from Burford’s bustling high street, the Angel is a haven of tranquillity and comfort. Built in 1652, this cosy restaurant with rooms is packed with original features. […]

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BELL INN, ADDERBURY

The Bell Inn is a traditional English pub located in the heart of Adderbury, a beautiful thriving North Oxfordshire village just 3 miles south of Banbury and in easy reach of the M40. There will always be a warm welcome with superbly kept Hook Norton Real Ales (full marks from Cask Marque) along with a variety of […]

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The Bell Inn Great Bourton

BELL INN, GREAT BOURTON

The Bell Inn was originally thatched and attached to a cottage which stuck out into the road. It was rebuilt in the 1920s after a fire. Hidden away in the ridge of the roof on both the northern and southern sides of the pub are Hook Norton beer bottles built into the brickwork. The village […]

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BUTCHERS ARMS, BALSCOTE

The Butchers Arms in Balscote is a lovely little find. Hidden away in the North Oxfordshire Countryside, it has been a Hook Norton Pub since 1878 and still has the original Ice house in the garden as well as boasting a Grade II Listing. We have combined the old with the new, with our traditional […]

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The Butchers Arms Kings Sutton

BUTCHERS ARMS, KINGS SUTTON

The Butchers Arms is run by Wayne and Karen who keep a might fine pint of cask and keg beers. The warm friendly bar is ideal for a quick drop in drink, bite to eat or a get-together with friends or family. The garden is large and has ample seating for families and we have […]

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CARPENTERS ARMS, BODDINGTON

The Carpenters Arms is a thriving rural pub The Carpenters Arms, Lower Boddington, Northamptonshire is a proper rural pub, where the food is fresh, the company is fun and the service is friendly. Its formula is simple – good food, good beer and good company. It is the type of pub where someone can come […]

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The Castle Edge Hill

CASTLE INN, EDGEHILL

Can there be a more unusual pub in Britain? Can there be a pub with better views? The views from the Castle Inn’s garden and terrace stretch out across several neighbouring counties. Some say that, on a clear day, it is possible to make out the Wrekin in Shropshire and the foothills of the Welsh […]

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CASTLE, OXFORD

The pub dates back to 1892 (almost as old as Hook Norton Brewery itself – 1849) and was constructed to designs by HGW Drinkwater in a distinctive mock – Tudor style with tall red brick chimney stacks. It was almost lost forever in the 1960’s with the development of the original Westgate Centre leading to […]

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The Cherington Arms

CHERINGTON ARMS, CHERINGTON

The Cherington Arms is an authentic English pub in the Warwickshire countryside where visitors can enjoy the great company of fellow villagers and a friendly host. Food is served in their beautifully decorated dining room and also in the lounge area, public bar, garden and patio. All of our produce is sourced locally and is cooked […]

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COACH & HORSES – BANBURY

We’ll up and running serving a range of cask and keg ale alongside wines, spirits, soft drinks and teas and coffee so please pop in and see us. We’ve got some great plans and ideas we’d love to share! Food wise, we need to re-jig the kitchen a bit so our resturant will be open […]

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Coach & Horses Shipston

COACH AND HORSES, SHIPSTON-ON-STOUR

Some years ago the pub was extended to include the next-door premises and offers many small areas. Shipston on Stour is a delightful local market town with many small shops to browse. It is very much a community pub with lots of games and team spirit! There is an Aunt Sally team, a crib team, […]

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The Crown & Tuns

CROWN AND TUNS, DEDDINGTON

Kathy and Anton Hayter have transformed the Crown and Tuns, New Street, Deddington into a stunning welcoming pub/restaurant commonly known as the ‘Pie Pub'( also known as Pudding Face, the pie place), with more than a passing interest in homemade puddings and pies. Inside, the versatile split-level venue is spread over two floors, built around […]

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