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Oakman Inns & Restaurants Ltd Locations

United Kingdom (8 hotels in 5 areas)

Bedfordshire (1 hotel in 1 place)
Bedford (1 hotel)
Berkshire (1 hotel in 1 place)
Ascot (1 hotel)
Hertfordshire (3 hotels in 3 places)
Berkhamsted (1 hotel)
Hemel Hempstead (1 hotel)
Royston (1 hotel)
Oxfordshire (2 hotels in 2 places)
Abingdon (1 hotel)
Witney (1 hotel)
Warwickshire (1 hotel in 1 place)
Warwick (1 hotel)

Oakman Inns & Restaurants Ltd

Our featured Oakman Inns & Restaurants Ltd properties:

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Royston
Banyers House will be serving a superb choice of drinks and freshly prepared dishes all day, starting with breakfast from 7:00 am, with a menu that flexes into the evening offering brunch, morning coffee, pizzas, bar snacks, afternoon tea, wines, cocktails and dinner. Serving a Mediterranean-influenced menu from their newly installed kitchen, the chefs will be crea...
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Abingdon
Welcome to the Crown and Thistle hotel with boutique hotel rooms, a cosy pub and stylish restaurant comprising 3 individual buildings which are clustered around a listed cobbled courtyard and framed by our stunning 200-year-old wisteria. It all makes for an atmospheric backdrop whether for an informal drink with friends or a social event A special place to stay! With ...
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Hemel Hempstead
On the edge of Berkhamsted’s high street market, and just a 10-minute walk from the train station, stands former 18th-century coaching inn, The Kings Arms. Many of the building’s original features have been preserved, including our bar’s substantial ‘hunting-lodge’ fireplace, and exposed beams in the principal bedrooms. Named for Berkhamsted-born author Graham Greene, our ...
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Witney
At The Blue Boar, you can be sure of a cosy night`s sleep here in the Cotswolds. Each of our 20 en-suite rooms comes with super comfy beds, bags of individual character and a few of those homely touches that will make your stay a memorable one. If you fancy a spot of room service, treat yourself to a bottle of bubbly or enjoy a pint or a cocktail from the bar....
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Warwick
The Globe in Warwick is a beautiful building first opened in 1788 as the Globe Inn Commercial & Posting House. We are handily tucked between Warwick Castle and Market Place, creating a cosy base for history lovers and shoppers alike. The Globe is especially well known for the superb steaks served in our restaurant - but there`s plenty more to discover within our grade II-l...
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Berkhamsted
Whether you`re here for business or leisure, you`re sure of a good night`s sleep at The Penny Farthing Hotel. Not only thanks to our super-comfy beds in stylishly appointed rooms, but also because we`re set back from Berkhamsted`s high street. Drift off in peace, happy in the knowledge your car is tucked away in our private car park. If you are venturing out, you will fin...
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Ascot
A meeting place in the heart of Ascot for over 140 years, now this historic building has been refurbished, remade and redesigned. A place where the past meets the present, where log fires meet Mediterranean-inspired food, where cask ales meet wood fired pizza. It’s also where we’ve made a hotel with 24 beautiful guest rooms each with bespoke, contemporary interiors. This i...
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Bedford
Once an 18th century coaching inn, The White Hart in Ampthill is situated in the north of the Georgian market town. This historic Grade II listed building, which may date back as far as the 16th Century, continues to be a prominent destination in Ampthill. Features include a wall mural above the bar’s fireplace of the Prince of Wales feathers, created by local artists in 1...