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Oxford Pubs & Bars

Turnpike Inn

Turnpike Inn

This is a country pub and restaurant having very simple characteristics and came up with rural charm. You can enjoy the pleasant environment with very cautiously selected menu and ales as well as wine. Now you can book your time from anywhere, as we are available online also. You can enjoy log-fire or garden view, while eating.

The Turnpike was established over two hundred years ago, but was originally recognized as The Bunch of Grapes The first landlord got registered was a Mr. William Tubb who ran the inn from 1784-1785.

Address: 2 Woodstock Rd, Yarnton, Kidlington, Oxfordshire OX5 1PJ

Tel: 01865 847666

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Red Lion

Red lion

The pub located in the locality of Yarnton, Red Lion welcomes you to this friendly open plan bar. The pub welcomes you with big bay windows where you can see two red lions on each of the two windows. The pub offers you a large garden with delicious food being served directly from the Greene King menu of the pub. The local breweries contribute to the beer being served at Red Lion, one of them being Hook Norton. For family guys, the pub is a perfect visit with warm and comfortable atmosphere and adding the entry of children makes it a complete family night at Red Lion.

Address: 127 Cassington Road, Yarnton, Kidlington OX5 1QD

Tel: 01865 373556



Enjoying a night in a pub made 400 years ago is fun in itself. The pub stands almost the same today as it was when it was built. Being a village pub, the atmosphere here gives one feeling of traditional pub with spades around. Adding to all these, the gardens are absolute pleasure. Amplifying the beauty of the pub, the gardens have hand pumps with 6 real ales. Different guests demand different foods and thus Greyhound has three different guests changing extensive menu with mouthwatering dishes in them making your night a complete package of enjoyment.

Address: Besselsleigh, Abingdon, Oxford OX13 5PX

Tel: 01865 862110

Abingdon Arms

Abingdon Arms

 Located at 10 miles from Bicester and about 4 miles from Oxford, you arrive at the charming countryside of Oxfordshire. Situated at 300 feet from sea level and in the beauty of the countryside is the Abingdon Arms country pub. The view one can see from gardens of this pub is unmatchable with views across Otmoor and further towards Bicester and beyond. The pub also offers you a countryside escape nearby Headington and Oxford. With a attached bar and restaurant, our pub along with the gardens can house up to 70 people for lunch and dinner with mouthwatering food being served all time. Hosting a family event or wedding reception becomes a lifetime experience at Abingdon Arms, thanks to the beauty of Oxfordshire countryside.

Address: High St, Beckley, Oxon OX3 9UU

Tel: 01865 351311

Eight Bells

Eight Bells

Whether a tourist or a local, Eight Bells give one feeling of home away from home. What makes it worth a visit is its closeness to the river Thames. It also gives you easy access to Oxford and Abingdon. The pub strives to offer you a friendly atmosphere with everything one would like to get from a pub. Along with variety of bar food and authentic beams, the pub offers you open fires to warm up on winter nights. Eight Bells is one hell of a place to visit and once you are here, its fun giving atmosphere won’t let you miss the whole evening’s entertainment. Be it your family or friends you want to spend time with, Eight Bells is just the place you want to hang out at.

Address: Eaton, Oxford OX13 5PR

Tel: 01865 862261

Gurkha Village

Gurkha Village oxford

Everyone wants to taste different types of food but when it comes to the taste you will get it only at Gurkha Village. It is situated in the heart of Oxford, Gurkha Village Nepalese Restaurant offers mouth-watering Nepalese cuisine if you are thinking it’s a joke then think twice it’s not a joke. In our restaurant you will get the finger liking taste of Nepalese cuisine.

The Gurkha Village Nepalese Restaurant is renowned throughout the Oxford area for its divine style and presentation of traditional Nepalese cuisine, this is achieved by paying special attention to every fine detail and only using the very finest ingredients. We provide many types of dishes. We have 20 types of starters, 6 types of tandoori dishes, 11 types of finger liking Indian dishes, many non vegetarian dishes.

If you are looking for the most exquisite Nepalese food in the Oxford area then land here take a look and order from our easy to use on screen menu, you will see that we offer something for every member of your family.

Address: 174 Oxford Road, Kidlington, Oxfordshire OX5 1EA

Tel: 01865 378180

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Bowyer Arms

Bowyer Arms

Bowyer Arms is a Friendly and welcoming pub situated near Radley station, named after the Bowyer family; George Bowyer inherited the Manor of Radley in around 1780, and it was owned by the family until 1901. It provides many facilities so that you can enjoy it as your home. There is a large dining area including a timber-framed conservatory and a garden. But it’s not the only thing we also provides finger liking foods. It offers you mouth-watering dishes. We have a great range of drinks available in our pubs. These include our award winning ales from Greene King. Our Drinks Menu is available on each pub page so make sure you check out what you can enjoy at your local pub. And surely once you will come here you can’t forget us even if you try hard.

Address: Foxborough Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 3AE

Tel: 01235 523452

White Horse

White Horse

As the name suggests, it’s a royal restaurant it provides you the feeling of royal food. The White Horse is easy to find on the B4027 in the Centre of Forest Hill. We are a short distance from the A40 towards Wheatley and London.

This pub has been turned into a Thai restaurant, butinspite of this we retain a small area for drinking by the bar, which is widespread with locals after food service on a Friday night. There are two small rooms in this whitewashed stone building; they’re separated by a fireplace open to both sides, and used in winter months.  You can think about that royal feeling of having here in winter season. There are often beers from Vale and guest beers from across the country. We also provide mouth-watering food you will surely remain your finger liking after eating Our Chefs’ special dishes like Tilapia fish in a light batter, ‘Sizzling Weeping Tiger’ finely sliced steak, ‘ChooChe Prawns’ and many more waiting for you.

Address: 1 London Rd Oxford

Tel: 01865 762447

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