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White Horse Inn's staff speak: Russian, Polish, English
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WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
WiFi is available in some hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
Russian, Polish, English
14:00 - 21:00 hours
07:00 - 10:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cots in the room.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
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Based on 58 reviews
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A 20-minute drive from Swindon, with views of the open countryside including the famous Uffington White Horse, this B&B offers a spa, free WiFi in the public areas and barbecue facilities.
Score from 111 reviews Superb
Set within an old corn mill with a working waterwheel, this traditional hotel enjoys a tranquil setting on an island between the historically significant Abbey Ruins and the banks of the Thames.
Score from 294 reviews Good
In a 16th-century inn, Castle and Ball is rich in character, and features a traditional restaurant and ale bar.
Score from 369 reviews Very good
Overlooking Witney's Church Green, The Fleece is a charming Georgian building with spacious and modern rooms. A good breakfast is served every morning, and Wi-Fi and parking are free.
Score from 124 reviews Fabulous
Very comfortable and really lovely food. Not cheap but it was so good we still felt it was value for money. Would definitely recommend it to friends and family.
very difficult to find in the dark
the design and layout. The dining was of a very high standard, we were made to feel welcome and the atmosphere was of a country ale house with a real fire
we could not fault our stay
The food was lovely and very reasonable with a good selection. The rooms were clean and i was concerned that it may smell a bit 'doggy' but no lingering odors. Would def return.
Charming old inn with excellent food, a log fire and friendly, efficient staff. Location was good, though we had a little trouble following signposts in the dark. TV in the bedroom, kettle, hair-dryer, iron, plenty of towels etc. all you could need. Dinner and breakfast were both excellent.
Booked last room - twin room above a space with a sofa-bed, sideboard and TV. Upstairs, in the eaves, our room had a small velux in the roof and - felt claustrophobic. The beds were either side of the central doorway set into the room, so we were very separate. Neither of us slept much Cupboard on landing housed a water tank, which filled noisily for half an hour after midnight, and a boiler that erupted at 7.30 am. Big cobwebs hung from the bathroom window. All facilities were there but it felt more like a camping barn. I think we were unlucky in the room.On the website, the others look more attractive.
Food pricey but excellent Location picturesque
Noise from plumbing No WF in rooms
We used the White Horse for an annual reunion of 8 people. The pub hosted us superbly with excellent staff, good real ale, fantastic food and really comfortable accommodation. They couldn't have done better.
Good food, accommodating staff
no window in room, just patio doors which you can't open at night.
The friendliness of the place and the staff. It felt genuine with the history and age of the inn well cared for and preserved. We also loved the total lack of pretentiousness, a the whole place felt solid and warm in every way possible! We also loved the food and all the small details well cared for ( i.e. warm plates and espresso-cups)
The location of the boiler for the showers made our room very noisy - perhaps some insulation could help to solv the problem....
One member of bar staff was rude.
The pub was a traditional English country pub. Lovely look and feel to the place. Good staff. Good beer. Room was fine. Good size.
Accommodation is not above the pub, but adjacent to it, which is not our preferred choice.
Dinner outside. The appearance of the inn and the room. The countryside.
Terrible mattress, hardly slept at all.
the staff was very good and helpful
the accommodation is not suitable for disable people nothing was stated at the time of booking I also think that health and safety should have a good look at this place we stayed two nights then found another place to stay
The food was really good including the pizzas. And the cooked breakfasts where the best I have had for many years.
The location and wow, they serve food like you would not believe, so good and excellent value for money. Service was also first class. Highly recommended.
The rooms are a little basic, but are clean & tidy.
The location, staff and food
The room had an adjoin ing door with another room which might as well have been a curtain for all the privacy it afforded.
Fantastic food, spacious rooms and a pictoresque location. A great all-around lodging.
No wi-fi in the rooms.
The owner & staff made us really welcome & the food was excellent (compliments to the chef). We were a party of 7 & nothing was too much trouble for them. This was our second stay at this hotel & won't be the last.
Having to go home!!
The menu was imaginative and satisfying at the same time. The location was great for the White Horse at Uffington, Weyland's Smithy, Buscot House and other local treasures. The place itself is ancient and charming and immaculately cared for and the staff were faultless. We had a room with an upstairs bathroom - fine for us but if stairs are a problem for you then ask when you book.
Location was great for our purpose of travel (airshow in Fairford) and also being away in the country side. Nice athmosphere in the garden with great food.
Wireless not working We could not stay as long as we initially booked months ago
ambience - lovely dining experience in the evening. very helpful staff. quirky set up with downstairs bedroom and upstairs bathroom in accommodation separate from inn. comfortable beds. big fluffy towels.
bathroom: taps in poor condition; poor toilet flush; shower head not staying up - specifically difficult shower for a person over 6 foot.
Food and service excellent Good base for touring area
Pretty location, pleasant inn with comfortable accommodation, quiet, very good facilities, excellent breakfast and evening meal, good value.
It's a lovely old inn, and the food was excellent!
Bedroom, food, pub, front garden
Good ale - v good friendly Landlord
Bathroom decor tired
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