122 North Street
Our accommodation above our restaurant is ideal for those who wish to enjoy a relaxed and friendly rural retreat with a touch of luxury. The rooms are cosy and comfortable giving you a good night's sleep and in the morning you can enjoy a delicious breakfast served in our restaurant or bar area if preferred.
We are located in the village of Middle Barton, close to main routes and well placed so you can unwind following a day out exploring the City of Oxford visiting Blenheim Palace in Woodstock or enjoying the lovely Cotswold villages. Or simply to stay over following a delicious meal downstairs in our lovely Lebanese restaurant! The building itself is a beautiful16th century thatched pub with a large inglenook fireplace. It is a lovelyvillage pub part brick and painted white on two storeys.
The pub was formerly known as the Carpenters Arms (or The Carps) for many years but it was initially called Fleur de Lys and was recorded by this name in 1774 (although the original building is probably much older than 1774). B&B Rooms: The gold bedroom is in the old part of the building to the front and is part of a suite; a double room with a single room opposite it; both overlooking the car park and road.A bathroom is next to the single room and serves both the double and single room (perfect for 2 or 3 people travelling together). It is cosy with low ceilings and shows the historical side of the property.
The bathroom has a bath with a shower over it. The silver bedroom is in the newer part of the property and overlooks the rear garden; a double room with an en-suite (which has a large shower enclosure). It is spacious with high ceilings and no ducking required for those of us who are taller! Our rooms are furnished to a high standard and the double rooms include: Complimentary hospitality trays with various teas and coffee Complimentary bottled water and biscuits TV with Freeview, Hairdryer, Radio, alarm clock, Towels (large and small), Toiletries (handwash, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel) Optional extras are available on request: a bottle of wine or champagne flowers and chocolates.
(See these options on our booking page). Facilities: Free wireless internet Free on-site parking/street parking, Restaurant, Beer garden
Fire alarm with light
Free High speed internet connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Wireless internet connection
Free Wireless internet
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Internet connection (wireless)
Our fabulous Lebanese restaurant is on the ground floor (seats around 45 people) so why not book a table for dinner. In the morning a delicious breakfast can be served in our restaurant or bar area if preferred. In good weather breakfast can be served in the garden. Full English breakfast and continental is available for meat eaters and vegetarians alike
see our breakfast menu for full details.
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Chipping Norton area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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