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All reviews the pub thatched roof beautiful village great beer fish and chips open fire sunday roast duck full english eggs benedict fantastic location chipping norton following morning clay pipes blenheim palace ales cottage
Had an overnight stay with friends. We had a great time. Superb location and lots of walks nearby.
Our room and bathroom was small (not a problem for a one night stay), spotlessly clean and comfortable. The staff are friendly and accommodating and nothing was...More
We called into this pub at around 12.30 on a Monday and were lucky to get a table. It’s popular. It’s attractive and largely unmodernised. It feels authentic and what a village pub should be. Parking is limited in the lane but there is a...More
What a perfect place to enjoy Sunday Lunch . Fabulous setting doesn’t disappoint once you get inside. Roaring fire , cosy seating. Friendly staff and prompt service. Wonderful lamb dinner with gorgeous veg. Definitely will be returning
The FOOD really NOT very good!! Definitely below standard! There were 7 of us. The starter of "king prawns" was not nice looking ... and just 3 in a mess of cheesy sauce. Supposed to come with granary bread ... when we asked to get...More
We stayed two nights in this charming 500 year old hotel and pub set in a beautiful thatched roof village. For the price the room was great as was the full English breakfast. The service was excellent and there was A lot to see nearby....More
The Falkland Arms is very dog friendly. There is a beautiful resident dog and during our stay we met lots of other dogs in there. we are taking ours next time we go. You and your dog will have an amazing visit. Enjoy!