The Fox Inn

Inn in Souldern, Oxfordshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Fox Lane
Souldern
Oxfordshire
England
OX27 7JW

The Fox Inn, Souldern

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Accommodation Description:

The Fox Is nestled in the picturesque village of Souldern. Close to M40 junction 10. Bicester and Banbury are both only 15 minutes away by car.The Fox has 4 ensuite letting rooms.

All our rooms have wi-fi tea/coffee making facilities TV with freeview and radio.The cosy fire side bar has 3 real ales ( 2 which constantly rotate ) which are cask marque acredited. We serve traditional style home cooked meals in either the bar or dining room.For those long summer nights we have a large patio and beer garden.

 3 star rating

From: £55.00

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