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Hotels in Aynho

Cartwright Arms Hotel
Croughton Road
Aynho
Oxfordshire

OX17 3BE | View map
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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 grounds, which in recent times has yielded archaeological evidence of several large Roman houses. There has been an inn on the site of the Cartwright Arms since the 16th century.

Today the hotel has been fully refurbished. All 21 rooms are individually designed and have private en-suite bathrooms, colour flat-screen freeview televisions and hospitality trays. The restaurant serves modern English food with many ingredients sourced locally. The real ale bar is popular with residents and locals and features Sky Sports.

Aynho is quietly located but only four miles from Junction 10 of the M40 and is an excellent base from which to explore Oxford, the Cotswolds, Blenheim palace, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and the many stately homes and lovely gardens for which the area is renowned. The Cartwright Arms is ideally located for exploring and visiting the many places of interest nearby. Oxford, Blenheim Palace, Bicester Village the north Cotswolds, Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick are all within a short distance.

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