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Found the pub by chance just off the m40, it was a cosy little place with a lovely garden where we sat. Had a good beer and wine selection- we ordered two currys (which were perfectly spiced) and a huge fish and chips which was...More
I was treated to lunch here after a long dog walk through the beautiful countryside nearby. To accompany a nice pint of Timothy Taylor ale, I ordered the Timothy Taylor Battered Fish and Chips at £12.95. Just a couple of comments - firstly, this is...More
We stayed for 2 nights for a family wedding nearby. The room was well appointed (if a little small) and full of character. The veggie breakfasts were amazing - best I've ever had, and Paul went out of his way to make us feel welcome...More
We decided to visit The Fox Inn just on the spur of the moment. This pub is in a quiet picturesque village and being a small village pub it was quite busy, probably because we hit quiz night, which was a great laugh and got...More
Downstairs the restaurant and bar area are pleasant enough and well decorated so I would have no issue going back though I was a bit disappointed to only get 6 chips with my burger! Was a bit shocked to hear breakfasts only started at 8:30am...More