The Fox and Hounds Inn

Inn in Watlington, Oxfordshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

13 Shirburn Street
Watlington
Oxfordshire
England
OX49 5BU

The Fox and Hounds Inn, Watlington

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Accommodation Description:

An Inn offering a warm and welcoming atmosphere with wood burning stoves in the winter and a covered outdoor terrace for those hot summer days. All bedrooms are en-suite in a converted barn away from the hubbub of the bar area.

In the historic town of Watlington, this is the ideal base to discover the Chilterns, as well as being only a short hop from both Oxford and London. We have 8 en-suite rooms all with TV, hairdryers, tea and coffee facilities. Sky sports is shown on the big screen away from the bar area so you can chose whether to watch or relax in the more traditional bar area.

When available, the big screen can also be used for our Wii should you wish to practise your 'Tiger Woods' Golf. Bar meals are served on all shifts except Monday lunch when the bar is closed. This is complemented by our Pizza menu and watch out for the launch of our Tapas menu coming soon.

All meals are cooked to order. Wi-fi is free and available throughout the bar and dining areas You can find us on the B4009, 3 miles from junction 3 of the M40. The Ridgeway path is approximately 1 mile away.

 4 star rating

From: £60.00

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