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All reviews main building oxfordshire village cosy bar the pub generous portions thames path uneven floors an evening meal large room fish and chips breakfast was excellent stayed here for one night enjoyable stay a lovely stay abbey character midsummer
Just a one night stand: spacious and clean room abutting car park in a terrace of chalet rooms. Very comfortable large bed. Well appointed . Excellent breakfast. This village is well worth visiting and the pub is welcoming after a walkabout, including the beautiful abbey...More
I chose this inn as it was a beautiful old coaching inn and it was in the Good Beer Guide. I would definitely recommend eating here as the food was really good and not too expensive. The beer was good and they had a good...More
The room was very nice and well furnished in keeping with the historic nature of the inn. The rooms themselves were clean and well kept and the food was good. We had lunch which was good and breakfast was generous and staff attentive.
During my extended visit to lovey Dorchester, I had advantaged the local CoOp for healthy groceries and my own meal preparation. It was so tempting to select one of the three late dining locations for my nearly last evening to just relax, contemplate my adventure...More
Unfortunately I can’t recommend this hotel. On arrival we felt very unwelcome - not even a ‘hello’ just ‘what’s the name?’ ( I think the receptionist was miffed that we disturbed her cigarette smoking) The room was ok and the important areas were clean- bedding...More
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I can only endorse those previous answers. In Dorchester there are a few pubs and a small Co-op where you can get sandwiches. However, if you want more choice, Abingdon, Wallingford, and even Oxford are all within fairly... More
I can only endorse those previous answers. In Dorchester there are a few pubs and a small Co-op where you can get sandwiches. However, if you want more choice, Abingdon, Wallingford, and even Oxford are all within fairly easy driving distance.