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The Little Black Book: Restaurants

  • Rose and Crown Bistro

    Muddy says: Fabulous food menus, amazing wine menus, and a genuinely friendly welcome makes this a must visit Northants destination (and pooches are welcome too)

  • 185 Watling ST. Pub & Kitchen

    Muddy says: A trendy local spot to dine out, drink cocktails and enjoy a scenic garden on a sunny day.

  • The Overstone Arms – Pytchley

    Muddy says: Perfect for groups or couples, there's room for all (doggies and kiddies too!), excellent value menu and beautiful surroundings to boot.

  • The Folly

    The Folly is the quintessential thatched English hostelry, dating back to the mid 1700’s and full of character and understated style.  Situated in a beautiful location surrounded by rolling countryside on the A5 opposite Towcester racecourse. This is a destination venue for those looking for exceptionally good and innovative cuisine.  Owner Robert Jackson and Head […]

  • The Crown at Bray

    The Crown at Bray is a traditional 16th Century inn serving wonderful British food in a warm and relaxed environment. With low-beamed ceilings, open fires during the winter, and a large garden and charming courtyard area for the summer, The Crown at Bray is the perfect place to visit all year round. Brought into the […]

  • The Bell – Stoke Mandeville

    The Bell offers a spacious yet cosy environment with more than a nod to the traditions of the Great British pub. Serving fresh, uncomplicated and seasonal food complemented by a simple ‘something for everyone’ wine list, proper bar snacks, light bites and a selection of quality real ales. Our aim is simple: To provide top […]

  • The Fat Fox Inn – Watlington

    Visit the Best B&B in Oxfordshire The Fat Fox Inn is located at the centre of the small market town of Watlington on the edge of the Chiltern Hills. At just 45 miles from London, 13 miles from Oxford and 10 miles from Henley on Thames, it plays home to commuters going to London and […]

  • The Porch House – Stow-on-the-Wold

    A handsome, Grade II* listed, Cotswold building with parts dating from 947AD, The Porch House, in the heart of historic Stow-on-the-Wold, claims to be ‘England’s oldest Inn’. It is also a stylish boutique retreat with restaurant, inn and 13 stylish rooms from £99 a night on a B&B basis. A light and airy bar with […]

  • The Crown at Granborough

    The Crown in Granborough has been completely refurbished to create a pub and restaurant that is both cosily traditional and excitingly contemporary. Inside, there are two restaurant areas, The Oak Room and The Crown Room both of which have an extremely warm, comfortable and welcoming feel. They can both be hired for private parties, with […]

  • The White Horse – Kings Sutton

    The White Horse is a friendly country pub at the heart of Kings Sutton, offering the perfect pint and Great British pub classics freshly prepared with local ingredients. Set in perfect surroundings, The White Horse is a picturesque stone building, overlooking the village green across to the Parish Church. They aim to make you feel at home in […]

  • Crown at Radnage

    Beautifully refurbished with a modern finish whilst retaining the old charm of the building, The Crown is a luxurious and friendly bar, restaurant and rooms nestled in the picturesque village of Radnage. It offers a sumptuous lunch and dinner menu of traditional and modern gastropub favourites as well as hand made pizzas baked in a traditional clay […]

  • The Narrowboat at Weedon

    The Narrow Boat at Weedon is an award winning pub & restaurant with rooms perfectly located beside the Grand Union Canal & the A5 Watling Street, just outside the village of Weedon Bec, Northamptonshire. We have been awarded two AA Rosettes for our food offering along with a 4 star AA Silver guest accommodation rating […]

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