King & Queen
It is a 15th century inn with beguile front bar as the name fabricates the image of the pub, known for its real ale. It has a small but comfortable and cosy back room. The walls of the back room are decorated by the history and stories of the pub with the antiques of the former landlord. There is a large garden to the back with the display of number of creatures such as rabbits and ferrets, and lots of bird of prey. It is also said that the place is haunted by the ghost of the former landlord. Is this made you afraid? Just enjoy with a pint.
Address: Shrivenham Road, Longcot, Faringdon, Oxfordshire SN7 7TL
Tel: 01793 784348
Black Bull is a nice place located in the Kidlington, popular within the local communities. The pub has real ale, draught beer, wines with the spirits of full entertainment, along with amazing atmosphere and amiable staff which made it great spot foe enjoyment. The pub is popular for its ‘Chinese takeaways’ over the lunch time. There is a prodigious beer garden to chill in the summer months with the reinvigorate drink. The pub has something for everyone. If you are a sports lover, there are two plasma TVs to watch matches. If not a sport lover, than have some dart game, pool table and jukebox.
Address: 2 Banbury Road, Kidlington, Oxfordshire OX5 2BT
Tel: 01865 375919
Black Horse pub has lovely beer garden, offers sports viewing, traditional pub games and a great weekend for entertainment. It serves amazing food includes Flame Grill dishes with classic drinks every day. If you are a great drink lover then this place will owe you. There are large varieties of drinks available from local drinks to worldwide award winning ales includes Speckled Hen, Greene King IPA, Abbott Ale as well as Greene King brewed ales, and a variety of wines are especially imported for the pub. A great place to enjoy a chilled glass of awarding winning cask ales!
Address: 6 Banbury Road , Kidlington, OX5 2BT
Tel: 01865 373154
A perfect haven on colder evenings with an open log of fire and cosy décor, this traditional English pub in the heart of Eynsham is so appealing about Great British hospitality. It was started with a basket of warm fresh bread and freshly cooked meatballs. Menu consists of varied special board offering dishes which changes on a regular basis to make the best use of seasonal produce. In mains, there is a pork cordon bleu with crunchy seasonal vegetables and succulent rump steak with chunky chips and all the trimmings. For beverage, a wine list is kept that perfectly complements the food and saving offers are available almost every day. The pub also serves curry nights along withpasta nights and ‘meal deal’ evenings. It contains a function room and bar which is available for hire for parties and events.
Address: 45-47 Newland St, Eynsham, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX29 4LD
Tel: +44 1865 881486
The Queens Head Eynsham always has a lively music scene. The pub has a strong history which involves music, pub games and sports. Presence of the Eynsham Cricket club is a self proof off the local history. The pub is known for its excellent beer. It has been named continuously in Camra’s “Good Beer Guide” for several years. The one and only way to get into this space is down the two flights of rickety old wooden steps. The pub is located well below the ground which helps to maintain and stabilize the correct beer temperature.
Address: 17 Queen St, Eynsham, Witney, Oxfordshire OX29 4HH
Tel: (01865) 881229
This British pub is 400 years old coaching inn which has been rescued from closure and redevelopment by the local people. It has been closed and reopened many times. From 30th March 2013 an existing barn was redeveloped into a restaurant which had an enlarged kitchen and modernized equipment. New toilets and a children’s playground are to be constructed to help continue new life in this beautiful village pub. The head chef adds excellent specials and a wide range of steaks on every Tuesday night. Also try on our well-kept Ales which include a large range of local ales, inspired wine and spirit selection. We are a country pub so we are open to everyone, people with walking boots and their pet dogs are also welcome. Special arrangements are made for winter and summer. Presence of a large garden would make it easy for the little kids to have fun and roam around.
Address: The Green, Marsh Baldon, Oxford OX44 9LP
Tel: 01865 343337
The pub was built around 1815, it is a small village pub with friendly atmosphere. The two room local pub offers good value lunchtime food and an interesting guest beer. Delicious home cooked food is available at lunch on every weekday with a choice of daily roast, a host of bar snacks and freshly made sandwiches. Separate car parking spot is available which can accommodate 12 cars and an adjoining sunny courtyard with covered aunt sally facilities. Pub consists of a lounge and a bar and it is also the venue for beer festivals. At the rear a garden is present which is permanently covered by a marquee so that aunt sally is played under cover, it can also be hired.
Address: 40 Holywell Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 3SP
Tel: 01865 242369
The Jolly Sportsman pub is located in the heart of the pretty Oxfordshire village of Eynsham on an excellent bus route between Oxford and Witney. It is been split into two bars with comfortable seating, tables and sofas on one side. A pool table, dart boards and juke box is present on the other side of the pub. A cozy open fire makes the winter season lively. In addition to that there is a pretty courtyard garden with a large undercover smoking area and an Aunt Sally throw.
Address: 2 Lombard Street, Witney, Oxfordshire OX29 4HT