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  • The Lamb Inn, Burford

    Muddy says: So quaint it'll make American tourists explode with delight, this 15th century former weaver's cottage is a hidden Burford gem.

  • The Potters Arms

    The Potter’s Arms is a traditional village pub situated in the stunning location of rural Buckinghamshire. Our menu hopes to reflect the warm and friendly atmosphere that this tradition embodies and evokes. Our young, talented Head Chef prides himself on using locally sourced quality produce to create a range of dishes that both celebrate English […]

  • Horse & Groom

    A Grade II listed Georgian inn of honey coloured stone, the Horse & Groom is bursting with character. The hill top setting provides spectacular views over the surrounding landscape and there is private parking and a large garden to the rear. Inside, sympathetic refurbishment has added a contemporary feel whilst maximising original period features. Brothers Tom & Will Greenstock run the pub with passion and pride. Whilst Tom looks after all things front of house, the Kitchen is Will’s domain. Will heads up the kitchen brigade producing freshly prepared dishes from locally sourced and homegrown ingredients. His approach to food is simple – use the tastiest ingredients and let the flavours speak for themselves. No over-elaborate dishes, just great combinations using the very best produce. Supporting local farmers who share his passion for quality, Will is able to source 80% of his food from within a 30 mile radius...

  • The Sheep on Sheep St

    The Sheep on Sheep Street lies in the heart of the picturesque Cotswolds market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. Following a meticulous refurbishment by new owners, Brakspear, this boutique Inn with 22 rooms re-opened in July 2016. Featuring light, bright, contemporary spaces including an open-plan restaurant, a full-length bar top that flows into counter dining space facing […]

  • The Porch House

    A handsome, Grade II* listed, Cotswold building with parts dating from 947AD, The Porch House, in the heart of historic Stow-on-the-Wold, claims to be ‘England’s oldest Inn’. It is also a stylish boutique retreat with restaurant, inn and 13 stylish rooms from £99 a night on a B&B basis. A light and airy bar with […]

  • The Maytime Inn

    The Maytime Inn is a luxurious, 4 star gold rating hideaway, tucked into the historic village of Asthall, Oxfordshire. Dating back to the 17th century, it was bought by now-owner Dominic Wood in 2012 and has since been extensively renovated and remodelled. There is now a bar and restaurant for visitors to enjoy, as well […]

  • The Fat Fox Inn

    The Fat Fox Inn is located at the centre of the small market town of Watlington on the edge of the Chiltern Hills. At just 45 miles from London, 13 miles from Oxford and 10 miles from Henley on Thames, it plays home to commuters going to London and Oxford, but remains a self sufficient and thriving community. The Ridgeway, a national trail, running along the town's west border is right on our doorstep.

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The Urban Guide to the Countryside - Bucks & Oxon