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Bat & Ball Inn
28 High Street
Wheatley
Oxfordshire

OX44 9HJ | View map

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The Bat and Ball is ideally located for both business and tourism in Oxfordshire Our rooms are comfortable and clean with starched linen bedding and all have en suite shower rooms with W.C. Our superb bar is a haven for cricket enthusiasts, boasting an enormous collection of cricketing memorabilia. With pine tables and flagstone floors, the bar has a comfortable feel where you may enjoy an excellent selection of hand pulled ales, including Marstons Pedigree, our house brew - L.B.W. and other favourites. Lager drinkers can enjoy chilled Stella Artois, Kronenbourg 1664 and Carlsberg. We offer standard & extra cold Guinness and Strongbow cider.

Featuring an idyllic open plan bar with a large selection of cricket memorabilia, there is an irresistible ambiance and an attention to detail of the highest calibre. We have a quality restaurant with a reputation for serving beautifully prepared and presented dishes time after time. To compliment these facilities, we have seven delightful en-suite rooms all possessing their own individuality, just like the famous cricketers that they are named after.

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