The Three Pigeons Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

3 Southam Road
OX16 2ED

The Three Pigeons Inn, Banbury

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The Three Pigeons Inn is a beautiful 17th Century Coaching Inn that is situated in Banbury Town Centre. All rooms are equipped with flat screen televisions free Wi-Fi and tea & coffee making facilities. Wake up to a fantastic home cooked breakfast served in our Winter Garden Restaurant.

With free parking for our residents there is no better place in Banbury to rest your weary head.

Settled in the heart of Banbury The Three Pigeons Inn has been at the very heart of the community since it first opened its doors back in the 17th Century. The inn is situated in the heart of Banbury just a 5-minute drive from Banbury Railway Station and a 5-minute walk from People?s Park. There are many local shops and pubs within a mile of the property.

The Three Pigeons Inn has been lovingly restored to its former glory. It is now a free house with guest accommodation with our main focus being our fabulous food. We offer modern English cuisine prepared freshly using locally sourced produce by talented chefs.

With over 400 years of history the three beamed guestrooms are nothing less than pure romance. Luxury fabrics fine linens comfort and restrained good taste are what works here. Modern bathrooms add to the overall relaxed and comfortable air.

Most of the restored rooms at The Three Pigeons Inn offer original period features over 400 years old. The soundproofed boutique rooms feature free Wi-Fi a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom.

 5 star rating

From: £70.00

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