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Kings Head Inn
The Green
Bledington
Oxfordshire

OX7 6XQ | View map
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The family owned village inn is one of the most highly reputed in the Cotswolds and it is not hard to see why. At the heart of the village, set on the village green with a brook running through it and ducks scattered about, you could not imagine a more idyllic setting.

Once inside the pub you will not be disappointed. With an inglenook fireplace dominating one end of the pub and low oak beams throughout, you are in the heart of a genuine Cotswold Country Pub that has been in service for 400 years.

Whether you are here to drink, eat or sleep, or all three, you can enjoy Real Ales, Fine Wine and properly prepared and cooked food until your heart's content. We look forward to seeing you at The Kings Head Inn.

The tranquil village of Bledington is between Stow-on-the-Wold and Chipping Norton and is ideally situated for walks or driving and exploring the Cotwolds. There are many golf courses nearby.

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Ratings/Awards: ETB 4 Diamonds
AA 4 Diamonds
Les Routier Central England Inn of the Year 2003
Abbot Ale & The Daily Telegraph Perfect Pub Award for Central Region winner 2005
Highly recommended Best British Cheeseboard 2006
AA Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence 2007-2008
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12

Price per Room:

Double: £70 - £125
Twin: £75 - £100
Single: £55 - £60
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Name: The Kings Head Inn
Chef: Charlie Loader
Awards: Les Routier Central England Inn of the Year 2003
Highly recommended Best British Cheeseboard 2006
AA Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence 2007-2008

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Sample Menu:

Olives £2.50 Bread Board £2.00 Garlic Bread £2.00 Hommous & Pitta Bread £4.50

starters
Locally Smoked Trout & Prawn Cocktail £6.00
Home Made Duck Spring Roll with Sweet Chilli Sauce £6.00/11.50
Kiln Roasted Salmon Fishcake, Caper & Chive Mayonnaise £5.75
Devilled Lambs Kidneys with Mushrooms & Fried Bread £5.95
Toasted Goats Cheese, Roasted Shallot & Beetroot Salad £5.95
Local Pheasant, Herb & Bacon Terrine, Homemade Chutney & Crusty Bread £5.75

main courses
Chargrilled Chicken Breast, Sage & Lemon Stuffing, Smashed Neeps &
Parmentier Potatoes £13.00
Smoked Haddock & Crayfish Pie with Petit Pois £12.00
Chargrilled Sirloin of Beef with Field Mushrooms, Homecut Chips, Mustard
Butter & Beetroot Crisps £15.95
Fresh Halibut Fillet, Dauphinoise Potatoes, French Beans & Café de Paris Butter £14.50
Chestnut, Chickpea & Feta Cakes with Sweet Pepper Marmalade & Rocket Salad £9.50
Local Vension Steak with Savoy Cabbage, Bubble & Squeak, Redcurrant Jus £13.95
Angus Steak & Ale Pie with Puff Pastry & Fries £12.00

extras - £2.00
Chips, Green Salad, Mixed Seasonal Vegetables

We always try to use as much Free-Range Organic and Local produce as we possibly can
when making our dishes. Our beef, which is Aberdeen Angus, is sourced locally from the
family farm in Fifield. Whilst it is not organic it is entirely grass fed – no additives – and is hung
for 28 days to enhance its unique flavour.

If you have any allergies please do not hesitate to let us know.

Service is not included – gratuities entirely at your own discretion - however, tables of 8 or more will
be charged a discretionary 10% service charge.

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