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  • The Trout at Tadpole Bridge, BUCKLAND MARSH, Oxfordshire

    On the banks of the River Thames, this 'atmospheric and attractive' pub/restaurant-with-rooms is owned by Gareth and Helen Pugh. The 'unpretentious' 17th-century stone inn has an informal atmosphere

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  • Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, GREAT MILTON, Oxfordshire

    A good choice for a 'special occasion', say readers about Raymond Blanc's luxury hotel in a village near Oxford. This honey-stone 15th-century manor house stands amid extensive gardens. The food might

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  • Old Parsonage, OXFORD, Oxfordshire

    In spring 2014, Jeremy Mogford's luxury hotel, in a 17th-century building behind high walls in St Giles, reopened after a make-over. The Guide sent inspectors to report on the changes:

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    Burlington House, OXFORD, Oxfordshire

    North of Summertown, this sympathetically modernised Victorian merchant's house is run as a 'cheerfully' decorated B&B. Nes Saini is the 'extremely efficient' manager. In the main house and around the

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  • Old Bank, OXFORD, Oxfordshire

    'They do what they do very well,' says a visitor in 2014 to Jeremy Mogford's modern hotel, a conversion of three old stone buildings (one a former bank) on the High Street opposite All Souls College.

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  • The Feathers, WOODSTOCK, Oxfordshire

    In the centre of a 'handsome' market town, this privately owned town house hotel occupies a row of buildings (formerly a sanatorium, shops and cottages) on the edge of the Blenheim estate. Traditional

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    B&B Rafters, MARCHAM , Oxfordshire

    Sigrid Grawert runs her B&B in a half-timbered house on the edge of a village eight miles south of Oxford. Bedrooms are decorated in muted tones, with feature wallpaper, colourful cushions and

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    The Lamb Inn, BURFORD, Oxfordshire

    In a small medieval town, this old inn ('a lovely place') has welcoming log fires in the public areas, and a sheltered wall garden where guests can sit in fine weather. Part of a small group of

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  • The Bell at Hampton Poyle, OXFORD, Oxfordshire

    Dating, in part, from the mid-1700s, George Dailey's welcoming roadside pub is in a small village close to Oxford. It has cosy snugs, flagstone floors, beams, leather seating and a large log fire.

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    Wroxton House Hotel, WROXTON, Oxfordshire

    'We love to visit as often as we can.' On the edge of a picturesque village three miles west of Banbury, this 'exquisite' thatched-roof manor house, dating back to 1649, is ably run as a Best Western

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