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  • Old Bank, OXFORD, Oxfordshire

    On the High Street opposite All Souls College, Jeremy Mogford’s contemporary hotel is a conversion of three stone buildings (one a former bank). Quod, the bar and brasserie in the former banking

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  • The Lamb Inn, BURFORD, Oxfordshire

    Occupying a row of medieval weavers’ cottages on a tree-lined street of limestone houses, this ‘lovely’ old inn, part of a small group of Cotswold hotels, has log fires in the public

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    The Swan Inn, SWINBROOK, Oxfordshire

    By a bridge over the pretty River Windrush, this ‘lovely old inn’ has a ‘picture-perfect English setting’. Leased from the Devonshire estate (the late dowager duchess – Debo Mitford – was brought up

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  • Old Parsonage, OXFORD, Oxfordshire

    Behind high walls next to St Giles church, Jeremy Mogford’s luxury hotel in a 17th-century building is liked for its ‘intimate, club-like atmosphere’. An old stone gate opens on to a

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    The Feathered Nest, NETHER WESTCOTE, Oxfordshire

    It is five years since Tony and Amanda Timmer transformed this 300-year-old malthouse in a Cotswold village into a smart pub and restaurant. They are committed to sustainability and to supporting

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    The King's Head Inn, BLEDINGTON, Oxfordshire

    A stream runs by Archie and Nicola Orr-Ewing’s old stone inn, once a 16th-century cider house, in ‘a special setting’ on the green of a village on the edge of the Cotswolds. It has ‘an unspoilt rustic

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  • The Feathers, WOODSTOCK, Oxfordshire

    There is ‘a good atmosphere’ at this town house hotel in a row of buildings in the centre of a ‘handsome’ market town on the edge of the Blenheim estate. Dominic Bishop manages

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    Burlington House, OXFORD, Oxfordshire

    Guests praise the breakfasts at this ‘cheerfully decorated’ B&B, in a refurbished Victorian merchant’s house in a suburb north of Summertown. There is freshly ground coffee, home-made granola and

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  • Bay Tree Hotel, BURFORD, Oxfordshire

    Just off the high street, this ‘lovely old building’, with wisteria winding up its honey-coloured walls, has been welcoming visitors for more than 400 years. It is part of Michael and

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  • The Bell at Hampton Poyle, OXFORD, Oxfordshire

    In a small village near Oxford, this welcoming roadside pub dates in part from the mid-1700s. It has beams, flagstone floors, cosy snugs and a large log fire. It is owned by George Dailey and Robert

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