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The Bull at Burford
105 High Street
Burford
Oxfordshire

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The Bull at Burford has been an Inn and has been receiving visitors since 1610. Famous visitors have included Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton (The room they used, The Trafalgar room, is named in memory of their stay) as well as King Charles II and his mistress Nell Gwynne.

Today recently refurbished by the professional hoteliers, the Lauzier family, it offers the modern comfort of a good quality hotel as well as a very fine Gourmet restaurant and, something very rare these days, a very pleasant and personel service.

As befits such an old building, the bedroom floors may have a quaint slant but all 11 rooms are en suite and well appointed, with colour TV, wireless internet, hair drier and tea and coffee making facilities, with fresh milk of course. A number have four-poster beds and all have history.

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