As impressive as this renowned city is, look beyond and you will discover a multitude of other things to see and do, without a single scholar in sight. In the north of the county the lush and fertile Cherwell Valley is centred on the lovely town of Banbury. And nearby, just outside Chipping Norton, is the King's Head, an enchanting pub that will tempt you to stay a while longer.
On the eastern outskirts of the county, tourists flock to Henley on Thames during its famous regatta and both the Little Angel and, nearby in Lower Shiplake, The Baskerville, extend a warm welcome to all.
Particularly enchanting are the Cotswolds regions, where village after village of stunning stone houses charm all those that pass through. Also charming visitors are inviting roadside pubs like the Feathered Nest , Nether Westcote and the Swan Inn, Swinbrooke.
Pubs in Oxfordshire are a way of life. Set among some of the most stunning scenery, offering excellent pub food and some of the most stylish country pub accommodation in the UK, there are plenty to choose from.
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This ivy-clad pub comes in the form of a listed Georgian coaching inn, with high ceilings and open fires, dating back to the 1830s.
A dreamy Cotswold inn serving award-winning food, the Swan pins its colours to the mast of the flagpole stood outside its doors.
Truly beautiful nestled in the historic surroundings of Nether Westcote the Feathered Nest has ale in its blood – its roots having grown from a Cotswold stone malthouse dating from around 1665.
Formerly a medieval hall house, The Cat’s tile-hung exterior fronts a delightfully pubby atmosphere buzzing with locals who are proud to share their hidden gem with visitors.
A white picket fence is what catches the eye on approach to this quaint 17th century village watering hole, located in the delightful village of East Clandon.
In a quaint village setting perched on the banks of the River Wey, the Stag is a perfect example of the very best that a Great British Pub can offer.
An enchanting grade II listed building dating back to the 16th century with a very distinctive eyebrow roof. Inside, it remains delightfully unspoilt retaining original features such as the inglenook...
Following a much welcomed refurbishment by the new hosts, this historic country pub in the woods at Stoke Row now has a new lease of life. You just have to turn into the car park to see the...
A whitewashed Georgian gem’ is the best way to describe this sophisticated village pub set in the stunning Sussex countryside.