The Bell Inn

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Witney, Oxfordshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

21 Standlake Road Ducklington
Witney
Oxfordshire
England
OX29 7UP

The Bell Inn, Witney

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The Bell Inn is situated on the edge of the Cotswolds in the Village of Ducklington just off of the A415 and A40. it is a pre-13th century building with thatched roof and open fires very much an olde worlde village pub! As you come into the village you will see the village church (origin 1150) the village duckpond and the Bell Inn. The village of Ducklington is a great community and all the locals having a story to tell about the history of the pub and the village and playing old but simple pub games.

We have a pool table situated in the lounge area a TV screen and a hook the ring on the horn! Aunt sally is played weekly and is part of a big Oxford traditional league game well worth watching! The original part of the pub apparently was built for the workers that built the church it was then extended to make further bar room a restaurant and B&B. Occasionally we do have live music on a Friday or Saturday night as all our rooms are situated above the bar via an outside staircase Please do bear this in mind when booking. If in doubt please phone directly where we will be pleased to advise you if we have entertainment on the weekend that you require.

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