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Peaceful retreat in historic village

At a glance

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Wheelchair access

Sheltered by a spinney fringing the grounds buffering the extraordinary moated medieval Broughton Castle, this inn, parts of which date back 700 years, is named after the titled family who still call the manor home. Age-polished flagstones, wizened beams and gleaming brasses greet customers who can indulge in a range of real ales, in good weather in the sheltered garden where an Aunt Sally pitch – a muscular Oxfordshire pub game – confronts the curious. Many travel to sample chef-patron Danny McGeehan's shortcrust pies – lamb and apricot, a good example; an accomplished menu of British standards considerably extends the choices.

Opening hours

  • Closed: 25 December, 26 December evening
  • Days closed: Sunday evening
  • Opening times: 11.30-2.30 6.30-11 (Saturday 11.30-3 6.30-11 Sunday 12-5)
  • Lunch: Monday to Saturday 12-2
  • Dinner: Monday to Saturday 7-9.30

Food and drink

  • Set menu available
  • Real ales available: Brains The Rev. James, Sharp's Doom Bar, Skinner's Betty Stogs, St Austell Tribute, 2 guest ales
  • Real ciders: Westons Stowford Press, Thatchers Dry

Price guide

  • Credit cards accepted


  • Parking available
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Garden
  • Coach parties welcome, notice required
  • Wedding receptions


  • Children welcome
  • Children's portions
  • High chairs


  • Ramp access available

Getting here

From Banbury Cross take B4035 to Broughton. Approximately 3 miles

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