The Crown Inn
The Crown Inn is a gastropub located in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside. Dating back to the 1600s, its old world charm is apparent in its hand-carved beams and welcoming fireplaces.
Enjoy a drink at the front of the pub, with views of the sun setting behind the 12th century church, or head to the beer garden out back to relax on the patio overlooking the shaded lawn and the traditional Aunt Sally pub game.
We are open for lunch & dinner from Tuesday to Saturday (serving food from 12noon - 2.30pm and 6pm - 9.30pm). Our delicious Sunday roasts are available from 12noon - 4pm each week.
The Bull and Butcher in Turville
The Bull and Butcher is a quintessentially English pub, nestled between the Chiltern Hills, in the quaint village of Turville in the Hambleden Valley, 6 miles from Henley-On-Thames. Delicious gastro pub food, excellent wines and fantastic real ales including Brakspear Ordinary and Oxford Gold Organic, along with regular guests ales from the area.
Inside there are two main areas, The Well Bar and The Windmill Lounge, both with large open fires, original beams, and a relaxed pub atmosphere. There is a large sunny garden, and patio areas, ideal for a relaxing summer’s day. A further addition is their fantastic Function Room, ‘The Bull Room – Private Dining in the Country’. Seating up to 24 with glass barn doors out on to the lawn is perfect for your private celebration
The Sir Charles Napier at Bledlow Ridge
A Review from' The Telegraph'
'It happens exceedingly rarely when eating out, but with the Sir Charles Napier it was love at first sight, smell, sound and general feel. On entering the woodily beamed bar of this red-brick inn one freezing lunchtime a couple of years ago, we were so smitten by the scent of wood smoke, the warmth from two log fires, the sedate classical jazz and the reassuring sense that everything here was absolutely right, that my friend had declared “I love this place already” before he’d parked himself on a squishy sofa.
The ensuing meal was so impeccable... that I included the restaurant among five personal favourites in an introductory piece back in June. Aware that some of you may have been inspired to travel to a part of rural Oxfordshire remote enough to demand a top-of-the-range satnav device, terror presaged this overdue return.'
Raymond Blancs Le Manoir Aux Quats Saisons in Grest Milton
Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons is renowned for offering one of Britain's finest gastronomic experiences. Situated in the picturesque Oxfordshire village of Great Milton..
Surrounded by lawns, flower borders and orchards, the luxury hotel enjoys an idyllic, typically English setting. But beyond the eye-catching displays are vegetable and herb gardens that provide the kitchen—and the acclaimed Raymond Blanc Cookery School—with ultra-fresh, organic produce, ensuring the Michelin-star restaurant remains at the cutting edge of culinary excellence.
The Boot at Bledlow
Andy and Emma wish you a happy 2016 and look forward to welcoming you to 'The Boot Pub' Bledlow Ridge, offering you and your family a relaxing and welcoming modern village pub and eating house.
Situated in the heart of the picturesque Chiltern Hills, The Boot offers local ales, fresh, locally produced food and fabulous wines.
The Boot's menu reflects their chef's desire to create exciting dishes to suit all tastes, so you and your family can dine in style.
The Boot's huge garden provides hours of fun for children (and well behaved dogs) to play, a stunning outdoor eating area and ample room for marquees to cater for larger events..
The Shepherds Crook in Crowell
The tiny hamlet of Crowell, near Chinnor has had a public house for at least 250 years and probably more. A map of 1797 shows the house as a fully fledged pub, but in 1859 a fire destroyed several properties in the village, including the pub, leaving eight families homeless. The present pub, originally called The Catherine Wheel, was built shortly after this fire and dates from around 1860 for it was rebuilt in time to be recorded on the 1861 census.
The Catherine Wheel became The Shepherd’s Crook in 1991 and has a pretty position next to the 12th Century village church, overlooking a small green at the foot of the Chiltern Hills escarpment.
They sell superior food, using wonderful local ingredients that are available to us here; a variety of great ales from independent breweries and a wine list that's full of interesting wines that complement the food and ambience of the pub.
The Thatch Thame
The Thatch in Thame is an excellent Gastro Pub, great food, great beer and a warm welcome, we at Lakeside Town farnm would recommend the Thatch.