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The Angel
47 Bicester Road
Long Crendon
Buckinghamshire

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Indulge yourself in warm, friendly surroundings which offer something for everyone. We want you to relax, take your time, maybe enjoy a pre-dinner drink in the bar as you sit back on sumptuous leather sofas around a inglenook fire which welcome you with cosy flames in winter. The charming dining areas are brimming with character. Exposed beams, natural colours and an original wattle and daub feature exposed for interest surround simply dressed pine scrubbed tables. Alternatively you may wish to dine in our bright, airy conservatory, or weather permitting, alfresco on the heated sun terrace. The well-chosen menu features fresh, seasonal flavours and a good choice of vegetarian options. The Angel is a gastronomic treat for the taste buds, serving classic British dishes with a modern twist to innovative creations which could be loosely assembled under the banner of the Pacific Rim. Fish is a real feature of the restaurant with specials listed daily on the blackboard. Taste, texture and presentation are at the very heart of The Angel,s cooking, as we insists on using only the freshest and best local produce. The wine list is also well travelled, which we have carefully selected to compliment the food. Take your time in choosing from our extensive range of red and white wines, with a good selection by the glass. There’s an impressive selection of single malt whiskies and spirits to choose from. Whether stopping for a single night or taking a short break, the Angel is perfectly located to explore the countryside of Oxfordshire and Bucks, with the M40 a little under 5 miles away, and within easy reach of London. Each of our comfortable double bedrooms are individually styled with modern en-suite facilities. The tastefully decorated rooms have many period features including beams and low windows. Breakfast is served in the restaurant with the choice of either continental or, for the heartier appetite, full English breakfast.

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