9 High Street
Mon-Sat 11-2.30; 6-11, Sun 12-3; 7-10.30
This pub is a Wadworth's 14th century building situated in a pleasant little village off the main road to Adderbury and Oxford.
Set in a village it has low ceilings and a conspiratorial atmosphere and décor that looks like it hasn't been changed since 1957. It has a 'saloon bar' and 'saloon lounge' and was refurbished in 2008.
The bar is split between the lounge and saloon; the lounge is on a lower level. They also have satellite TV for the football and a strange 'round' pool table.
Home-cooked food is served (lunch and evening) in the lounge including vegetarian fare. Roast meals are cooked to order on Sunday, so will take a little longer to arrive.
This used to be the brewery tap for Bodicote Brewery (sadly gone) but still serves a range of real ales.
No accommodation here.
There are two other pubs within eye-shot, but one is an M&B pub and the other is a Courage pub.
None as yet.
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Up to three ales.
opposite Bodicote Park