A warm welcome and nice choice or lunch and cakes. We had omelette and a chicken dish and both excellent well made, hot and generous portion. Would go back again.
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We stayed in Woodstock for one night to catch up with friends and as it was Valentines Weekend most other hotels were too expensive. The Blenheim Buttery was a reasonable price and included breakfast. The rooms are clean and well decorated and the accommodation is...More
We had an afternoon stop here for a drink and cake. The atmosphere is pleasant but not cosy. The choice for a quick break is limited. Service was pleasant but not particularly friendly. Overall, this served a purpose but was not overwhelming.
Very nice quiet restaurant in the middle of Woodstock on Market Place. We had a very good lunch here before touring Blenheim Palace. Good friendly service. We had soup of the day with a mixed salad and a Buttery Burger with chips. Other interesting offerings...More
My wife and I had lunch at this restaurant/hotel. It was early and there were not many people there. However, we had excellent meals at reasonable prices. It reminded us to go again.The service was excellent and the food appeared fast. I can recommend this...More
Stayed here for short break whilst visiting Blenheim palace. Great central location in a very pretty market town. Short walk to the palace and everything local. The rooms are clean , pleasant and more than adequate. The room we had wasn’t large but what do...More
Excellent location and good coffee & cakes; it would help the atmosphere hugely if they could have warm lighting, rather than some inconsistent bright spotlights miixed with warm lights.
Often pop in for tea if in Woodstock. Good place to meet friends and colleagues. The food is that is a typical English tearoom and of good enough quality. Can get noisy if busy which makes conversation difficult, but also makes you party to others'...More
We had a lovely day in Blenheim Palace, followed by a walk along the Woodstock High Street. A lovely stop at the Blenheim Buttery for afternoon tea and cake. It was late (around 4.30pm) and the cakes were a little dry - however, Im sure...More