There are around 754 pubs in Oxfordshire – according to The Good Pub Guide which has listings for over 40,000 pubs across the country. And Oxfordshire is home to the UK’s best pubs, according to the AA Pub Guide. Here are some of the county’s best watering holes chosen for their atmosphere, food, accommodation and beer.
A pretty 17th-century pub with rooms, tucked away in the peaceful and unspoilt village of Kelmscott.
A traditional pub with rooms one mile from Junction 9 of the M40, and only 2 miles from Bicester Village.
A handsome17th-century pub in Wootton near Woodstock is as much a local pub, as it is a dining destination.
A quintessential country inn nestled on the river Windrush, in Minster Lovell, and just 15 miles from Oxford.
A historic inn with beautifully cooked food and smartly presented rooms in the sleepy village of Sparsholt near Wantage.
Located near Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, The Kingham Plough is a ‘proper’ pub with an exceptional dining room, and 6 bedrooms.
About The Plough Wolvercote The Plough is a family run business serving all types of of people with its casual dining in or out,…