The Punch Bowl

Historic Inn in Woodstock, Oxfordshire

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12 Oxford Street
OX20 1TR

The Punch Bowl, Woodstock

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The perfect base for visiting Oxford and the Cotswolds - The Punchbowl Inn dates from the eighteenth century and is situated only 8 miles from Oxford in the historic town of Woodstock

The ideal place to stay for an hour or overnight, this grade 2 listed building with its exposed beams and open fireplaces enjoys a unique atmosphere. Our accommodation facilities were completely refurbished in 2005 to the very highest standards. All rooms are designed for total comfort and are well equipped with their own bathrooms and shower facilities.

All our rooms are served by a private residents-only entrance. •Historic setting •Comfortable and well-equipped accommodation •Large open fire and open plan bar •Good pub food With Blenheim Palace right on our doorstep, the Punchbowl has been a popular watering hole with thousands of visitors over the years - including notable members of the aristocracy - all of whom never fail to be impressed with its historical charm and friendly atmosphere. Today, our open plan bar is the perfect place to enjoy a morning coffee with friends, a bite to eat with the family or a drink after work.

Facilities also include a superb quality pool table, dart board and for sports fans SKY TV, showing all the Premiership action. •Fine Arkell's ales •Open log fire •SKY Sports

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