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Duke of Cumberland's Head, The

Duke of Cumberland's Head, The,Banbury Information
The Duke of Cumberland's Head is a beautiful thatched village inn that dates from the seventeenth century. It has five bedrooms which have been decorated to a high standard. The price of the rooms includes a continental breakfast including boiled eggs, cereals, fresh fruit, toast, tea and coffee. Cooked breakfast is available at the weekends. Our excellent chefs have created a delicious menu which is their interpretation of traditional pub food. The menu constantly evolves and is complemented by our specials board which reflects whatever the kitchen has sourced that day, from game and fish to locally-sourced vegetables and meat. The full menu is available 12-2:30, 6:30-9:30. Beyond the end of the garden, there are beautiful walks through the North Oxfordshire countryside and the pub is a perfect place to stay for a weekend, being perfectly situated for Bicester village, Oxford, Chipping Norton and The Cotswolds. The pub is only five miles from junction 10 of the M40.
 
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Duke of Cumberland's Head, The
Clifton
Banbury
Oxfordshire
England
OX15 0PE
Map and Directions
food
  • Restaurant
drinks
Bar
parking
  • Car parking available onsite
Credit cards
Visa/Delta, Mastercard, Switch/Maestro, Visa Electron, Visa Debit
pets
  • Pets Allowed
Price(s)
Prices from £45
bedrooms
5
leisure facilities
  • Radio
  • TV
  • [Channels] Childrens
  • [Channels] Music
  • [Channels] News
facilities
  • Iron And Board In Each Room
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Wi-Fi Available
  • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
directions
From junction 10 the M40 follow signs to Aynho, from Banbury or Oxford follow signs to Deddington. The pub is half way between the villages of Aynho and Deddington in the small hamlet of Clifton on the B4031. Once you get to the village you cannot miss the pub it is in the centre.