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Inns in Chipping Norton

The Falkland Arms
Great Tew
Chipping Norton
Oxfordshire

OX7 4DB | View map

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The Falkland Arms at Great Tew is a beautiful 16th Century building and is still run as a traditional, local pub. The flagstone floors, oak beams and inglenook fireplace are cozy in winter and our award winning gardens are enjoyed on sunny days throughout the year. We are famed for our selection of beers, whiskies and country wines and we offer superb food and accommodation. Whether you are popping in for a 'quick drink', a bite to eat or looking for somewhere to stay, The Falkland Arms offers a warm welcome and is the perfect place to snatch a few moments of tranquility. PLEASE NOTE THE PUB IS CLOSED FROM 3.00 PM TO 6.00 PM AND CHECK IN IS NOT AVAILABLE DURING THESE TIMES. Breakfast is served at 9am, a continental can be offered for early check outs.

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Number of Rooms: 5
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