Each of the 10 bedrooms are styled to complement the heritage of the building whilst offering the modern comforts you would expect. There is the option of single occupancy in all of the rooms. Each room has a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, radio, complimentary toiletries and free WiFi.
Type Pub B&B
From £75 per room per night
The Fox is a traditional 16th Century inn situated in Chipping Norton's historic market place boasting fantastic cask ales and the best British food.
Chipping Norton, at 700ft, is the highest town in Oxfordshire and is regarded as one of the "Gateways" to the Cotswold's.
Each of their 10 en-suite bedrooms have been styled to complement the heritage of the building whilst offering the modern comforts you would expect.
They use the best ingredients sourced from high quality local suppliers to give you a true taste of the Cotswold's. Their classic dishes include local sausages and mash and their own Fox burger and they also serve light bites, sandwiches and the traditional Hooky Beer battered fish and chips.
The Fox is the ideal venue for regular club meetings, annual general meetings, board meetings, corporate team building events, staff parties and company celebrations. The meeting room (picture 4 in the gallery) can accommodate 12 people and comes with screen, projector and WiFi. Prices start from £50.
For more information and to book click the purple button which leads directly to their website. If phoning directly please mention Stay in a Pub in your correspondence.
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