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This fully refurbished 16th-century coaching house is 5 minutes from the M40 motorway. Each room has an individual design, free Wi-Fi broadband and a flat-screen TV. Contemporary and very clean , superb staff , fantastic food and all round hospitality, would highly recommend
Located in Souldern, The Fox Inn features a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Guest rooms in the inn are equipped with a TV. Perfect stay for one night close to a wedding we were attending. Staff couldn’t of done more for us. Room was clean. Breakfast was very good.
Situated just 5 miles from Brackley in the Oxfordshire region, The Annexe Croughton features a garden. This property offers access to free WiFi. Worked on the military base and the location was ideal - only a few minutes to get to and from work. Location is close to major roadways which makes it easy to get around. Owners are very friendly and welcoming. Terrific open views of the pastures behind the cottage.
This historic coaching inn dates back to before the English Civil War. Just 3 miles from Banbury, there is a traditional bar, a restaurant and rooms with free Wi-Fi overlooking the village green. Fabulous Staff, felt very welcomed. Service with a smile and sense of humour. Lovely room .
The Deddington Arms is a 16th-century coaching inn and award-winning restaurant situated in the medieval village of Deddington, just 10 minutes’ drive from Banbury. It offers rooms with Sky TV. Initially a problem with room not being ready. However the staff are superb and responded brilliantly. Customer always comes first here, we will return!
Located in Deddington and with Deddington Castle reachable within 300 metres, OYO Unicorn Inn provides a shared lounge, rooms, free WiFi throughout the property and a garden. Well run pub and a great place to stay and to top it off the breakfast is well worth the stay.
It was quiet but we expected that under the circumstances It is nicely situated with fairly close access, by car, to some really nice Cotswold towns, and within a 20 minute drive of Blenheim Palace, which was amazing and not to be missed. The hotel food was very nice and The Great Western Arms a short drive away was also very pleasant, with a nice walk along the canal bank with several barges to see.
Unusual name, unexpected delight - a picture-perfect village without the crush of tourists that the neighbouring Cotswold villages attract. (Slightly nervous of highlighting it in case this causes it to be overrun!) Aynho is known as the Apricot Village, and sure enough many sunny walls had apricot trees trained against them, laden with ripening fruit. An interesting church, and a pleasing sense of history ... the welcoming Cartwright Arms is named after the family who were lords of the manor for centuries.
Pleasant country pub/hotel in a lovely village setting. Rooms set around the courtyard are nicely furnished, clean and comfortable. You will struggle to get phone signal but they were more than happy to let me use the room phone if I had wanted too. I did also give up trying to get my ipad to connect to the wifi but did eventually manage to get on with the lap top. I only stayed one night travelling between places for work, arriving late and leaving early. Food was good, freshly cooked with choices including vegetarian and fish as well as meat. The staff couldn't be more pleasant and helpful.
Aynho is a peaceful, pleasant place. A busy road going through, but it was no detriment. Good walking area along the canal and fields. Surrounded by other attractive villages. Easy for us to visit family and friends in Middleton Cheney, Claydon, Banbury with shopping in Bicester, Oxford and Banbury less than half an hour away. We felt a little thwarted because we wanted to stay longer. A shame we were on a tight schedule and didn't have time to get out there and look for pictures to paint when I got home. We saw plenty on a brief walk and the drive round. We would have been quite happy to extend our visit. Next time perhaps. Favourite was having a clean, pleasant, well-equipped room to stay in at The Great Western Arms and to hear sounds of the countryside. Hotel was tucked outside the village next to the canal and fields so it was lovely for a walk around in the quiet. Could have had dinner at the hotel but were visiting family. Breakfast of smoked salmon and scrambled egg was tasty and just right for preparation for a busy day. Nice variety of continental breakfast for early starters in the room, with ample tea, coffee, water and orange juice. Felt as though our things in the room were safe while we were doing other things.
We chose The Great Western in Aynho as it was a great find particularly at Easter good price & no extra for pets. Everything was in the room including breakfast cereals, muesli & milk. Or in the restuarant you could have a cooked breakfast, seems they thought of everything. We had a great weekend just right for visiting family.
We were only there overnight and did not get the opportunity of visiting the centre of Aynho. The Great Western Arms is just outside of the town and lies by the canal with lots of narrow boats moored up. Ideal for walking along the towpath.
Contemporary and very clean , superb staff , fantastic food and all round hospitality, would highly recommend