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Located on the edge of the Cotswolds between Oxford and Swindon, Sudbury House is set in 9 acres of picturesque grounds. The gardens that our room looked over were delightful . So well laid out and planted . We saw a deer in the grounds one morning.Breakfast really good too .There were 2 comfy chairs in our room as well
Mollie's Motel & Diner Oxfordshire by SOHO HOUSE has a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and closed-off courtyard area in Faringdon. The motel also features free WiFi and free private parking. I loved the style of this place, the rooms are beautifully modern and the diner is very cool take on a traditional American diner. The whole place was spotless and the bed was big and very comfortable. The TV allows you to stream Netflix from your phone very easily so you’re not stuck with the basic TV channels that you get at other hotels. And the WiFi was much faster than I’m used to in hotels as well.
Located in Faringdon, The Fox & Hounds features a restaurant, bar and free WiFi. This 4-star inn offers luggage storage space. A Full English/Irish breakfast is available daily at the inn. Excellent atmosphere, fantastic staff, brilliant food and a gorgeous room. The owner is both friendly and a consummate professional. Also a scenic view. Will recommend highly to friends.
Set in Faringdon in the Oxfordshire region, The Linhay, FARINGDON has a garden. The accommodations is 26 mi from Bourton on the Water. The comfort and space made for a very enjoyable stay. Great location, quiet and relaxing location with very high quality surroundings.
We were unable to find anything to like in Farringdon. Sorry, but it's a dump. Apart from the supermarkets on its outskirts (should you need them) there is nothing to go into Farringdon for. Well, the chippy was quite good.
Lovely hotel, great location, good country walks nearby. Staff friendly and welcoming. Near small village town with some shops, pubs and take-aways. A very nice cake shop reasonably priced. Breakfast at the hotel was the same everyday which was disappointing, l understood they couldn’t have a buffet due to COVID 19 but l think they could have changed things slightly every couple of days, portion size quite small too and no fruit provided. Limited evening meal selection and quite pricey for what it was. Felt COVID secure in the hotel as everyone was required to wear masks everywhere apart when seated for breakfast, dinner or drink in the bar area and there were hand sanitisers sited across communal areas. All in all a very enjoyable trip apart from the weather, it rained heavily for the 3 days we were there!
Faringdon is a old market town, and is attractive in the centre, with lots of ancient buildings, but extensive modern building around the outskirts is a lot less pretty. You can walk around the centre easily. We drove in, parked, and got the bus to Oxford. Buses are frequent (mostly every 20 minutes) and the journey takes 41 minutes. We did not eat in Faringdon as we ate every evening in the wonderful restaurant at our hotel (Eagle Tavern) in Little Coxwell. There is very good walking nearby (Ridgeway, Thames Path), as well as the southern edge of the Cotswolds and, of course, Oxford.
Didn't visit Faringdon on this trip, but I am originally from Oxford and have been there quite a few times. It's a very nice little town with good access to both Oxford and Swindon and the countryside around these places
I am sad to say that Faringdon has lost some of its country town charm, and to get more visitors it needs to tidy up and have more appealing things for visitors to see and do. I have known Faringdon for over 70yrs being raised in Great Coxwell, and have visited Faringdon with my Husband and Children since 1968, what a change now, needs to go back to the pretty town centre it once was, .
Tired and run down.. signs for the information centre all over the place but NO information centre. Parking very difficult most of the time We are not a young couple. Your information re Sudbury House is not up to date. Restaurant 56 no longer exists . It and the brasserie have been merged as The Magnolia restaurant with the same Chef and the food was excellent.
Great history to the place if you're interested in he civil war. This hotel was used by Royalists. Still got stocks in the courtyard. Great bar with good prices
The redeeming feature of this hotel are its lovely gardens, with gates to the town and the footpath to the folly tower. Efficient Wi-fi.
Lovely location on the river with picturesque views of the countryside. Hotel is lovely and the rooms comfortable and clean.
The decor - the reception area and the room, and value for money