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Oxford Pubs & Bars

College Oak

College Oak

This restaurant is owned by Greene King. It’s a famous restaurant because of its fabulous food quality. You can spend your time here with finger liking food. It’s a companion of your free time.

It’s a Busy, popular and welcoming pub on the Peach croft estate. And the main reason behind its popularity is that it’s recently refurbished, it offers good value beer and food. Time to time they also provide different discount schemes. They also offer discount coupons and card schemes. During rugby matches a loyalty card scheme allows customers to get even cheaper beer!

If you are a true lover of quality food then must visit College Oak.

Address: Peachcroft Road, Abingdon, West Berkshire OX14 2SB

Tel: 01235 554937


Mole Inn

Mole Inn

If you want to feel like your home away from home you must visit Mole Inn. it gives the feeling that you will surely fall in love with this and the outstanding beauty around it.

The Mole Inn is a beautiful country Pub & Restaurant set in the stunning Oxfordshire countryside. It’s only just 5 miles from the historic and cultural city of Oxford. The Mole Inn’s proprietors are Gary & Jenny Witchalls who are always in your service together with their team of dedicated staff, offer a mix of fine food, great wines, real ales and relaxed service. Dine within our beautiful & cosy restaurant or, weather permitting, in our truly stunning gardens.

A heartfelt and gracious welcome waits all who visit us. We have many types of mouthwatering dishes. We offer several menus including a light snack lunch option, a full a la carte menu and our Prix Fixe menu, which changes every week. Got a special request? – Just call us for a chat.

Please note that it is our policy to make regular changes to the menus, which can sometimes be at very short notice and that bookings for 10 people or above will require either a pre-order, reduced menu, set menu or a combination depending on numbers. This is to ensure that we can deliver the best possible level of service and quality to our guests.

Address: Toot Baldon, Oxford OX44 9NG

Tel: 01865 340001

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Talbot Inn

Talbot

If you’re looking for a traditional village pub with a great Wharf side setting, you can’t do better than The Talbot at Eynsham. If you want to feel like your home away from home you must visit Mole Inn. It gives the feeling that you will surely fall in love with this and the outstanding beauty around it.

The Talbot retains an old-fashioned pub atmosphere and is a refreshing change from today’s modern Gastro pubs. Full of character, every corner of our pub seems to tell a story or hide a secret. It will give you a touch of old days and you will take many memories with you from here.

We pride ourselves on the cask ales, served directly from the barrels racked, settled and dispensed right before your eyes – no pipes and hand pulls here!

Dine within our beautiful & cozy restaurant or, weather permitting, in our truly stunning gardens.

Address: Oxford Road, Eynsham, Oxfordshire OX29 4BT

Phone:01865 881348

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Cockadoo

Cockadoo

If you are wondering in the search of a pub and hot mouthwatering food then you must visit cockadoo. Here you will feel a magic that you wants from years and surely you will revisit us again and again. Fusion restaurant in an old pub, retaining a small bar area, with some comfortable seating, nice rugs and modern décor. Another twist it will give you is its modern restoration. The Cockadoo has been beautifully restored with a tasteful modern twist. The atmosphere at Cockadoo is stress-free, friendly and natural and our attention to detail and high level of service ensures your dining experience beats your expectations.

And as we already said you will get here finger liking yummy food because our highly skilled chefs use only the finest ingredients to create masterful dishes, with a fresh twist, that is brought straight from the Orient. It will give you a Familiarize atmosphere.

Address: Nuneham Courtenay, Oxford OX44 9NX

Tel: 01865 341030

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Spread Eagle

 The Spread Eagle

Our one liner description is this – Traditional pub values combined with excellent, good value food all day (last orders 8pm) make “The Spread” a must for locals and visitors alike. The wide-ranging menu offers excellent value and includes “Steak on a stone” cook at table dishes, exotic meats and daily specials. Bags of atmosphere, a friendly welcome, a range of pub clubs and teams, easy to get to – what more could you ask for? We can assure you that here you will forgot the word – complain and you will only take finger liking taste of food with you.

Address: The Spread Eagle 20 Northcourt Road Abingdon OX14 1PL

Phone: 01235 521594

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Boundary House

boundary house

Are you a lover of automobiles then you must love it. If you love sport cars racing then here you will experience the thrill. The Boundary House is original in that it was previously the house of Cecil Kimber, the inventor of the MG sports car so when it was converted to a pub as a tribute we have a special area dedicated to cars. Inside is fun and creative with remarkable features. We are located on the main road outside Abingdon, approximately 1 mile from the town centre which makes us easily reachable. The restaurant and bar are separated from the TV area where you can enjoy Sky Sports. The building has a prevailing feel, decorated in neutral tones with warming reds we also still have three working fireplaces which add to the comfort of the pub, especially during the cold winter months. You can pectoris the feeling of having here in winter near the bonfire with a cup of coffee in your hand. In the summer you may decide to enjoy your beverage or meal outside in our large beer garden which has over 250 seats! There is also a covered, heated area for all year round, which even has a TV showing sports, so you never need miss a goal! We have a great atmosphere, where you can just enjoy a drink or be tempted by our food. Why not join us here where our helpful and friendly staff will guarantee you a warm welcome. Here you will get the feel of having in a sporty atmosphere.

Address: 69, Oxford Road, Abingdon OX14 2AA

Tel: 01235 555110


Merry Miller

Merry Miller

If you are in the search of some silence and you don’t want disturbing elements around you then a bistro is waiting to welcome you. And anytime you can land here at Merry Miller. This is one village pub and restaurant where attention to detail is vital, come expecting sheer excellence in a hassle-free atmosphere! The welcome is pleasant, the service impeccable with a wide-ranging menu that is sure to tempt all palates. Our prevailing, yet traditional ornamentation, mixing leather oxblood chesterfields with soft contemporary furnishings, scrubbed wooden beamed ceilings and distressed pine paneling with a distinct Tuscan feel. Bare wooden boards, original parquet and Oxford shire flagstones cover the floors, our chairs rescued from a chapel and stripped pine tables, the inn feels relaxed and good.

You can picture that feeling of having relaxed in a pleasant in a hassle free atmosphere.

Address: Cothill Road, Dry Sandford, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX13 6JW

Tel: 01865 390390

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Sun Inn

Sun Inn

Need a little quietness? Then it is for you only. It is a nice, quiet and affordable place with great food and small front bar in the reasonable price. The pub has exquisite atmosphere and well liked by the local crowd.  It has snug insides with colossal hearthside and low-beamed plafond. As name suggests, it has accommodation too. There is a voluminous and dazzling back room, and Garth on the terrace. If you are a party lover, there is a marvelous marquee outside in the beer garden for the private parties.

Address: 5 Church Road, Oxford OX33 1NB

Tel: 01865 872264

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