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County - Oxfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01491 | code search
Postcode: RG9 | code search
Population: 830
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Magdalen College Oxford Outdoor Sermon
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White Hart Hotel
"Good Points: brilliant on every count, superb room, staff so kind, food delicious hope we can return soon!!

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Nettlebed is a village in Oxfordshire, nestled in the Chiltern Hills, located four miles from Henley-on-Thames and four miles from Wallingford. The village church, St. Bartholomew's, was rebuilt in 1846 with parts of the tower dating back to Norman times. Many of the houses in Nettlebed are listed buildings. Nettlebed's nearby clay pits helped establish a tradition of pottery making which dates back to the 9th Century. Nettlebed was the most important brick and tile making centre in the Chilterns from the mid-14th century onwards. One redundant lime burning kiln remains and is a focal point of the village. Joyce Grove, now a palliative care home, was once owned by writer Ian Fleming’s grandfather, and many of the Fleming family are buried in the local churchyard, including Ian Fleming’s brother Peter and his actress wife Celia Johnson. Archaeological finds prove the area around Nettlebed has been inhabited since palaeolithic times. Two pudding stones, until recently found outside the former Bull Hotel in the High Street, are now located near the bus shelter and are thought to be millions of years old. There were several pubs in the village at one time but today there is only the White Hart, located on the High Street.

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White Hart Hotel (0.14 miles)

White Hart Hotel

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The White Hart Hotel is a stylishly designed small hotel in the picturesque Oxfordshire village of Nettlebed, with 12 individually designed bedrooms.

The hotel has two restaurants; The White ... More

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The Cherry Tree Inn (2.09 miles)

The Cherry Tree Inn
Welcome to The Cherry Tree Inn at Stoke Row is the perfect blend of classic and contemporary. Set in a 400 year old listed building.You can enjoy a fine drinking and dining experience amongst contemporary ... More | visit website
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Row Barge Inn (4.47 miles)

Row Barge Inn

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The Row Barge is one of Henley’s oldest coaching inns. Not far from the town centre, you can find us 100 yards from the Town Hall on West Street, just ... More

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Milsoms Hotel Henley (4.52 miles)

Milsoms Hotel Henley
Comfort and style are the order of the day in this exciting small hotel in Henley's Market Place.,br> Situated in a listed building above the Loch Fyne Restaurant, the accommodation comprises seven light and airy bedrooms ... More | visit website
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Phyllis Court Club (4.53 miles)

Phyllis Court Club
Steeped in history, the magnificent Phyllis Court Club stands overlooking the river in the centre of the picturesque Oxfordshire town of Henley-on-Thames, home of the world famous Royal Regatta. For non-members wishing to stay at ... More | visit website
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Hotel du Vin (4.55 miles)

Hotel du Vin

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Extremely well appointed bedrooms with bathrooms being a particular feature. The very popular bistro serves a wide range of dishes from the a la carte menu using fine quality local ... More

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Falaise House (4.56 miles)

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Falaise House is a beautiful Grade II listed Georgian Townhouse built in 1755. The property enjoys an enviable location in the centre of Henley-on-Thames adjacent to Falaise Square. The river ... More

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Red Lion Hotel (The) (4.62 miles)

Red Lion Hotel (The)

Since the fifteenth century, travellers - including three Kings of England - have enjoyed the hospitality of the Red Lion Hotel. Uniquely situated overlooking the Royal regatta course on the River Thames, the hotel ... More | visit website

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Gardenview (4.62 miles)

Large double, centrally heated room with ensuite in quiet location with private access. Easy walking distance to town centre. Five minutes walk from town centre and approximately an 8 minutes walk from the River and ... More | visit website
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The Fox & Hounds Inn (4.77 miles)

The Fox & Hounds Inn

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Tradional setting with modern values offering relaxation and entertainment A place to unwind, an experience to enjoy
Traditional Country Inn with elegant en suite rooms, log burning stove & real fires. ... More

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