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Chequers Inn
Main Street
Charney Bassett


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Roberta and Husnu welcome you to The Chequers Inn, a charming and peaceful characteristic countryside inn, with recently refurbished and decorated 3-en suite letting rooms and pleasant dining areas, overlooking the village green in a delightful Oxfordshire village of Charney Bassett. The Chequers has been licensed to serve fine ales, stout, wines and spirits since early 1800s.

Our rooms are bright, spacious and pleasantly furnished to ensure your stay is a comfortable one. All rooms have separate entrance, king size bed, digital LCD TV, free WiFi, hair dryer, desk and tea and coffee facilities and have been tastefully decorated to high standards.

Whether you're looking for a romantic weekend getaway, attending a business meeting, visiting family or friends, or just passing through the area, each room offers all the comforts of home. For the comfort of all our guests, we have a non-smoking policy in all rooms. We focus on a casual but quality dining experience with a mixture of classic pub favourites as well as speciality dishes and offer our guests superior and very friendly service with a good value by using finest local produce as much as we can. When you dine at The Chequers Inn you will experience well-presented great tasting meals that you will want to return again and again.

Simply order your foods and drinks at the bar, then sit back, relax and enjoy your meal! Donét forget to look at our Specials featured on our specials board. We look forward to welcoming you!

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