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Inns in Chipping Norton

Falkland Arms (The)
Great Tew
Chipping Norton
Oxfordshire

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The sixteenth century thatched Falkland Arms is set in the heart of the rural Oxfordshire village of Great Tew.

The bar has old oak beams and settles, a flagstone floor and an inglenook fireplace. An incredible collection of mugs and jugs hangs from the ceiling of the bar, where eight hand pumps dispense an extensive range of real ales and a traditional cider. There are also 16 different country wines, 60 malt whiskies, snuff and clay pipes on sale.

Lunches are served everyday from noon until 2pm. Evening meals every night (exc Sundays) from 7pm until 8pm. Booking is essential.

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Ratings/Awards: Unspoilt Pub of the Year 2001
Casque Marque
Finalists for Cask Ale Pub of the Year 2004
Winners of Cask Ale Pub of the Year 2005
Number of Rooms: 5 doubles
Number Ensuite: 5 doubles
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Evening Meal Provided - exc Sundays, booking essential
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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