THE BLACK SHEEP IS CLOSED AT PRESENT FOR A MAJOR RENOVATION. THE OWNERS ADVISE THAT REOPENING IS SCHEDULED FOR THE SUMMER WHEN THE FORMER NAME MAY BE ADOPTED. GREAT NEWS !
VERY ATTRACTIVE FAMILY
ALSO WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE IN GOOD WEATHER!
MENU WITH DAILY SPECIALS
KITCHEN CLOSES AT 9.00 PM
OXFORDSHIRE WAY This 65 mile long route passes through scenic
landscape on its way from Bourton- on-the-Water down to Henley-on-Thames.
Wonderful walk covering both the Cotswolds and the Chilterns. Join it at the
top of our lane!
Bond Street comes to Bicester! Discover your favourite British
and international brands offering end of season collections at prices reduced
by up to 60% Bicester Village is
fun to just walk around and you may even find a fantastic bagain!
Set amidst breathtaking parkland in the heart of
Oxfordshire, the Palace is a priceless National Treasure and a World Heritage
site. Visit the Churchill exhibition which includes the room
where the great man was born and enjoy walks in the wonderful park landscaped
by "Capability" Brown in the 1760s
Waddesdon was built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild for
entertaining and to display his outstanding collection of art treasures.
It has one of the finest Victorian gardens with a wonderful parterre. Bequeathed to the National Trust, both houseand
garden are open to the public
Rousham and its landscaped garden is a later work of
William Kent (1685 - 1748) and the beautiful gardens remain almost as Kent left
them. The garden is open to the public throughout the summer
and provides wonderful walks in a tranquil setting along the river Cherwell.
The house is open at advertised times.