The Angel At Burford

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14 Witney Street
OX18 4SN

The Angel At Burford, Burford

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The Angel at Burford is a 16th century coaching inn located in the picturesque market town known as 'The Gateway to The Cotswolds' gives the ideal location for a quick pint a hearty high quality meal or a welcoming break away. We pride ourselves on giving a warm welcome to all and ensuring that whatever your reason for visiting us you will always want to return.

The Angel at Burford provides a great location for exploring The Cotswolds and indeed the beautiful walks and quirky town shops in Burford alone will keep you well entertained. In addition to character filled comfortable ensuite rooms you are guaranteed a warm welcome and a fantastic breakfast every morning! We provide long weekend and mid week break packages and also welcome families and children to enjoy the charm of this beautiful inn and its picture postcard surroundings. Burford is one of England's prettiest small medieval towns.With its long history of hospitality beautiful Cotswold architecture exclusive shops and galleries and one of the top twenty churches in the country.

Burford makes a perfect place to visit and stay. With its medieval bridge old stone houses and attractive Tudor and Georgian frontages Burford is justifiably one of the most picturesque towns in England. Often referred to as the ?Gateway to the Cotswolds? the town was originally a fortified Anglo-Saxon ford which later grew to be an important regional crossroads and wealthy wool town.

Situated only 100 yards from Burfords bustling high street the Angel is a haven of tranquillity and comfort. Built in 1652 this cosy restaurant with rooms is packed with original features. Old oak beams adorn the ceilings and in the winter months flickering log fires reflect on the gleaming copper and brass.

During the summer you can relax in the peaceful courtyard or in the walled garden.

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From: £85.00

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