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Feathers Hotel
Market Street

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The Feathers Hotel, situated in the centre of historic Woodstock, a few miles from the University city of Oxford, is a privately owned and run 17th century country town hotel. Originally seven separate houses, the hotel boasts character and charm with antiques, log fires and traditional English furnishings.

The Restaurant's internationally renowned cuisine, the relaxed atmosphere and the friendly staff combine to ensure a memorable stay.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
RAC 3 Star Blue Ribbon
Number of Rooms: 20
Number Ensuite: 20

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English breakfast, early morning tea and VAT
Double: From £135
Twin: From £150
Single: From £90
Suite: From £240
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Name: The Feathers Hotel
Cuisine: English with European influences
Chef: David Edwards
Awards: AA 3 Red Rosettes

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Room Service - limited
Open All Year
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Sample Menu:

Garlic Velouté, Crème Crue

Chicken Liver and Foie Gras Parfait, Pickled Pear

Seared Scottish Scallops with Celeriac Purée

Soft Boiled Organic Duck Egg with Potato Soldiers


Twelve Hour Shoulder of Lamb, Glazed Vegetables,

Roasted Cornish Brill, Beans and Gnocchi

Guilt Head Bream, Sauté Jerusalem Artichokes, Scallops, Gremoulata

Pigs Cheeks, Baby Navet, Crispy Sage, Hollandaise Sauce


Poached Pear “Belle Hélène”

Dark Chocolate Cigar, Pistachio Ice Cream

Pineapple Parfait, Caramel Sauce

Selection of British and Continental Cheeses
with Homemade Oatcakes

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