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County - Oxfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01295 | code search
Postcode: OX17 | code search
Population: 650
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Folk Customs:
Boars Head Feast
Hunting the Mallard
Magdalen College Oxford Outdoor Sermon
Needle and Thread Ceremony
The Bampton Morris

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Cartwright Arms Hotel
"Good Points: Excellent personal service. Superb accommodation.Refreshingly clean. Bad Points: No electric shaving point in bathroom(rooms 8& 12) General review: Have stayed here before, & will stay here again!

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Aynho is the southernmost village in Northamptonshire, located 10 miles south of Banbury. Aynho traces its routes back to at least Saxon times when it was calle ‘Aienho’ meaning hill spur belonging to Aega. The village commands a fine view from its prominent spot overlooking the Cherwell Valley. Aynho is near the Oxford Canal and mooring are available at Aynho Wharf where it is also possible to enjoy food and drink at the Great Western Arms. The only pub actually in the village is the Cartwright Arms, an old coaching inn, which is named after the family who were squires in the village from 1616 to 1950s. The original home of the Cartwright, Aynho Manor, was burnt down by the Royalists when they vacated it at the end of the Civil War. It is said that Charles I stayed there after the Battle of Edgehill. Charles II paid the family compensation to restore the house to how it is now. Aynho Park, as it is now known, has a few rooms open to the public and the gardens have been laid out by the famous landscaper Capability Brown. The Church of St Michael and All Angels is built in limestone as are most of the cottages in the village and its tower dates to the fourteenth century. The church was severely damaged during the Civil War and the main body was rebuilt in 1723 in the Grecian Style. Nowadays Aynho is a vibrant community with its own community theatre and an active Women’s Institute. The ‘Aynho Apricots’ are a ladies Morris dancing group who meet regularly during the summer. Their name comes from the local tradition of growing apricots up the cottage walls.

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Aynhoe Park (0.11 miles)

Aynhoe Park
A funked up stately home which has been newly restored, originally designed by Sir John Soane. The park has twelve luxurious and immaculately presented bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms. The house itself is an enchanting ... More | visit website
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Cartwright Arms Hotel (0.11 miles)

Cartwright Arms Hotel

The Cartwright Hotel is in the ancient village of Aynho, which is steeped in local history and known locally as the Apricot Village. The village is dominated by the glorious architecture of Aynho Park mansion and ... More | visit website

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Great Western Arms (1.00 miles)

Great Western Arms
Picturesque country pub nestled between the Oxford Canal and The Great Western Railway. pen everyday from 11am to 11pm. Serving pub and restaurant food with a good selection of wines, premium spirits and Hook Norton Real Ales. Skittle ... More | visit website
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Duke of Cumberlands Head (1.61 miles)

Duke of Cumberlands Head

A 17th Century thatched Country Inn, combining modern essentials with old world charm. Offering excellent food and accommodation. Listed in the Good Pub and Beer guides for many years now.

All rooms are recently refurbished, ... More

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Home Farmhouse Charlton (1.88 miles)

Home Farmhouse Charlton
This 400 year old Cotswold stone house (Grade II listed) looks out in summer onto a flagged courtyard ablaze with roses, begonias and clematis. The house is a fascinating and attractive example of its kind ... More
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Red Lion Hotel (2.82 miles)

Red Lion Hotel

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The Red Lion overlooks the village green in Adderbury. It is and old coaching inn with old oak decoration and stone chimneys. The bar has a list of the inn's ... More

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Bell Inn (2.91 miles)

Bell Inn

The Bell Inn is what everyone imagines a real village pub to be. Log fire, oak panels, comfy sofas, and a warm welcome from staff and customers alike. No juke box, pool tables or fruit machines. In ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Banbury (2.96 miles)

Premier Inn Banbury
On a quiet B road in the middle of the Cotswolds, close to Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon, this modern hotel offers great value, with comfortable, spacious en suite rooms and free parking. The Premier Inn Banbury has ... More | visit website
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Unicorn Inn (3.02 miles)

Unicorn Inn

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The Unicorn Inn is situated in the beautiful village of Deddington, ideally located a few miles north of Oxford on the edge of the Cotswolds. Formerly a coaching inn, the ... More

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Deddington Arms Hotel (3.05 miles)

Deddington Arms Hotel

The Deddington Arms Hotel overlooks the beautiful market-square of Deddington, a medieval village lying between Oxford and Banbury at the gateway to the Cotswolds. The hotel has offered a warm welcome to travellers since the ... More | visit website

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