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Inns in Chipping Norton

The Red Lion Inn
Main Street
Long Compton

Chipping Norton

CV36 5JS | View map

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Real ales, fine wines, Superb food and a warm welcome await you from your hosts Sarah and Lisa at The Red Lion. The newly refurbished interior retains and old world charm with log fires, stone walls and oak beams.

The Red Lion is a grade 2 listed stone-built coaching inn dating from 1748, located in an area of outstanding natural beauty and ideally situated for such major attractions as Stratford Upon Avon, Warwick, Oxford and The Cotswolds. From the moment you step into The Red Lion you will be charmed by the original character of the building and welcomed by the warm and relaxed atmosphere. The Red Lion offers a creative seasonal menu which is changed regularly. Much more than pub food, it has a creative braserie style which is sourced locally and is freshly cooked to order. This beautiful inn also offers a pretty garden where you can relax in a world of your own. Each of the five bedrooms have been refurbished in 2006. All of which are en suite facilities, tea/coffee making facilities and remote control televisions.

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