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So, we wanted somewhere to eat out to celebrate our 38th wedding anniversary. Had read good things about the Bear and Ragged Staff so decided we'd give it a go. We live not far from Cumnor but decided we'd stay the night rather than take...More
Wow! What an exquisite place to spend an evening and night in a beautifully appointed bedroom with an extremely comfortable bed and beautiful bathroom - the staff are a delight and the ambience is charming - our meal in the restaurant was absolutely gorgeous the...More
Called in at this lovely pub after a nice walk around Cumnor. Nice outdoor area and a delicious smoked salmon sandwich was perfect for lunch. A tad pricey at £7.75 but very enjoyable. The restaurant inside looked really nice.
Stayed 5 nights here and used it as a base to explore Oxford and the Cotswolds. The hotel has a great old world feel with various buildings going back the the 16th century. We stayed in room 3 which could have been a converted barn...More
We broke down as we returned home from Swindon and managed to glide to a halt a few yards up the road from the pub. Having advised the AA of our plight, we retired to the pub for a steak burger and a coke.
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I am sorry to say that all of our rooms require climbing at least one set of stairs. Room 6 does have a walk in shower, but the room is up a 500 year old twisting staircase; not ideal if you are on... More
I am sorry to say that all of our rooms require climbing at least one set of stairs. Room 6 does have a walk in shower, but the room is up a 500 year old twisting staircase; not ideal if you are on crutches.