The Red Lion

Inn in Drayton, Oxfordshire

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3 Abingdon Road
Drayton
Oxfordshire
England
OX144JB

The Red Lion, Drayton

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Accommodation Description:

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: £60.00

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