The Red Lion

Inn in Drayton, Oxfordshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

3 Abingdon Road
Drayton
Oxfordshire
England
OX144JB

The Red Lion, Drayton

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We are a village inn with guest accommodation, access to rooms is separate from the main building so there are no restrictions due to pub hours. All rooms are en-suite with TV, tea and coffee facilities, central heating and double glazing and are serviced daily. Evening meals are available in the pub Monday to Friday.

 3 star rating

From: £37.50


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Two of William the Conqueror's sons became kings of England. Who was the third son?



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29 May, 1593

John Penry executed

Penry was convicted as the author of the Marprelate Tracts, which denied Elizabeth I's supremacy over the Church

Monarch Mayhem

This king was imprisoned and eventually murdered at Berkeley Castle



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