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King’s Arms

Kings Arms

 It is situated alongside the river Thames. It is known for boating. Also families love to visit for dinner.  It is better known for its food and drink. And the collection of beer and the chef team would give you a feel of modern British country. But basic key ingredients of our food are traditionally rooted.

We have a passion for cooking and provide with fresh and seasonal food to our customers. We have a wide range of selected wines and ales. Apart from these for non alcoholic people we have other options like coffee, soft drinks, draught beers and ciders as well known prices. Join here and enjoy our collection.

Address: Church Rd, Sandford-on-Thames, Oxford OX4 4YB

Tel: 01865 777095


Catherine Wheel

Catherine Wheel

It is located on the old main road crossing the village. It exists for a long time. It consists of two large rooms along with the newly made smaller one. Very clean and tidy as compared to earlier days! They serve basically two real types of Ales.

 

 

Address: Henley Road, Sandford-on-Thames, Oxford OX4 4YP

Tel: 01865 778340


Fox

Fox

The deep green fields are the areas in surrounding of this pub. The main attraction of the village is its stone houses along with tree-lined streets.  The White Cottage is located at the very center of the settlement with a leaf dotted path along side makes a very beautiful landscape. It is the most beautiful and attractive field.

The nearby surrounding is rich in scenic beauty and its cultural values. As well said by the poet Matthew Arnol, who have called the settlement as “dreaming spires”, for its outstanding beauties.

Apart from its precious surrounding it also consists of wonderful setting to enjoy, sit and have fun as a traditional pub. You can enjoy the  very delicious menu and fine wine.

Address: Fox Lane, Off Boars Lane, Oxford OX1 5DR

Tel: 01865 735131

Vine Inn

Vine Inn

It exists from the 18th century, situated in the village named Cumnor. Very near to Oxford city. It has traditional and very real features like open brickwork and exposed ceiling beams.

It includes large garden for sitting, pool table, a function room, wood-burning stove to enjoy and a restaurant.

We assure you of the best quality and wide variety of foods and beverages. Apart from this we serve chips, fish, salads, etc along with drinks. We have great options for meat lovers also. This is our pride to share with you all that our products from meat to wine, all from reputed sellers.

Address: 11 Abingdon Road, Cumnor, Oxfordshire OX2 9QN

Phone:01865 862567

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Flowing Well

The Flowing Well

This pub is located in a very wonderful village of Sunningwell. This offers a very convenient environment to enjoy with, sit have a great variety of food and ales. It would give the feel of a first class country pub.

It is named after a stream in the nearby location.  It got renovated recently and very beautifully. It has very warm and welcoming atmosphere.

We promise you that we provide you with high standards of services, and food quality.

You can enjoy here in a bar or the new open area of the park.

Address: Sunningwell Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX13 6RB

Tel: 01865 735846


Bear & Ragged Staff

Bear & Ragged

The most economic food, service and place with exceptional taste.

We are rooted on our traditional ground and we believe in simplicity and honesty. We are not so trendy and sophisticated with our products, but we are very honest and genuine with each and every service, foods and beverages came from our kitchen.

We are not so famous but we have started getting attention and recognition in the market. Among more than 360 Oxfordshire restaurants, we got the top 10 position recently in 2011 according to the Trip Advisor websites.

We have a wide range of wine and for all level money entry. We also keep some selection of cocktails on special request.

Address: 28 Appleton Rd, Cumnor, Oxford OX2 9QH

Tel: 01865 862329

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Queen’s Head

Queen Head

The Queen’s Head pub is standing from last 180 years, which is mainly known as traditional old village pubs. It is located Church Road of Horspath, nearly heart of the village.

It has very friendly and family oriented environment from inside. It has a pride of Two convenient bars, a pool room, a dining area, and five en-suite rooms customers. Also, they have sports facilities all along the week.

Weekends are booked for live entertainment. You will get reach to free wifi connections inside our premises. All modern facilities are available inside the campus. Easy car parking lot, along with modern touch amalgamated with traditional comfort and feel!

There is a warm welcome for you all from all of our staffs.

Address: 26 Church Rd, Horspath, Oxford OX33 1RU

Tel: 01865 875567

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Bystander

 bystander

This pub is one of the oldest and worldwide known buildings. Seating arrangements are very cozy with different vibrant colors like red and musk, white, well lit and seats are made up of leather material. We have installed TVs for entertainment.

The seating arrangement in bar and toilets is also made up of soft leather. You can have your own separate enclosure divided by glass screens. You can find a huge glass window in the sports bar, so that you can have look on every area that what is going on.

A great place of enjoyment during the summer time due to the availability of huge park – both for friends and family. Our food and drink are renowned for its taste and variety. We have a dine facility for the travelers of large distances.

Address: Besselsleigh Road, Wootton, Abingdon OX13 6DN

Phone:01865 735234
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