Kings Head Inn Bledington

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The sort of pub that you hope to find but rarely do. The King's Head Inn really is a special place to stay – set on a beautiful village green with a choice between rooms above the inn (cosy and full of charm) or courtyard rooms, which have a hint more luxury and are more spacious. Delicious food too – the pub aims to use as much free-range, organic and local produce as possible.

BLEDINGTON is a small village on the Gloucestershire Oxfordshire border and appeals to those who enjoy a traditional privately-owned inn, not far from the major sights and towns such as Stow-on-the-Wold and Chipping Norton. The village is a lovely place to return to at end of the day, with its village green and ducks wandering freely.

Bledington tips from the King's Head

We're close to Kingham railway station (it's walkable if you're travelling very light), with direct routes to London – perfect if you fancy a car-free hideaway pub sort of break.

Bledington Music Festival is high quality, takes place annually and is based in the local church.

Station Mill Antiques Centre in nearby Chipping Norton has a vast array of constantly changing stock.

Kings Head Inn Bledington

The Green, Bledington, Oxfordshire OX7 6XQ
01608 658365;;
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Walk: Part of the Oxfordshire Way

13 miles (21km) | All day

Bledington is on the Oxfordshire Way and you can sample the route. In one direction a 13 mile (21km) round trip takes you to Bourton-on-the-Water. Or strike out crosscountry to Daylesford Farm Shop.
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