The Bear Inn
High Street
North Moreton
(01235) 811311


Mon-Sat 12-11, Sun 12-3; 7-10.30  



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The Bear Inn  

A narrow but long building this, in the centre of the village not far from Didcot. Very much an upmarket pub that does more business as a restaurant than a pub. However, it still serves up to three good ales in good condition - though they are a little expensive (more so than in the big cities). There are two areas for drinking, to the left of the entrance there is a real fireplace and plush seating on settles and at tables and chairs. The bar is opposite the entrance is is brick and wood. In fact the whole pub has an old barn feel to it with wagon wheels a plenty and horse brass around. The toilets are also in this part of the pub and are not accessible to the disabled. There is a step down into the pub here, but access for wheelchair users can be gained elsewhere by request. To the right is an eating area and it does get busy for food, particularly of a weekend, so book if you are interested. The food was a mixture of traditional and more upmarket offerings and once again the prices reflected the type of area this was. However, the food was excellent and served with a smile. There is a beer garden for summer and this is where they hold the occasional beer festivals. There is also occasional music. Children are welcome if they are eating and well behaved. Worth a stop off if travelling through.



Stapleton's Chantry. Exceptionally comfortable and welcoming 16th Century family home offering **** accommodation in a lovely Oxfordshire village. Excellent food at The Bear Inn close by. Rates from £35 - £75. 01235 818900 Website email: email. 





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North Moreton House
North Moreton, Wallingford
Oxfordshire, OX11 9AT
(01235) 813283
From: S:£30-40, D:£50-60

Stapleton's Chantry
North Moreton
01235 818900
From £35-75.