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82% would recommend it to a friend
The Chequers Inn
Nice country pub - very quiet , Excellent cooked breakfast, evening meals ok but there were never many other diners in - possibly because we dined during the week.
Rooms clean and pleasant.
Would recommend for a quiet retreat near Oxford
It was nice being out of busy Oxford City Centre, and yet within easy reach of it.
Our room was small but clean and looked fairly newly refurbished with everything in it you would need. Breakfasts were fine, nothing special or out of the ordinary, and staff friendly. As a pub with rooms the accommodation is what you would expect, and it's a pleasant pub with parking for residents which is handy. I find Oxford prices to be high wherever you stay, and hence this seems over-priced for what you might pay in other parts of the UK or for a similar standard of accommodation.
The Chequers Inn
Very friendly owner, looked after us well.
Very enjoyable stop over in this lovely inn
I have to say that I have nothing negative to say.
We stayed one night. Very comfortable and clean rooms, friendly staff, and an amazing cooked breakfast, with the best poached eggs I have had in years. Very easy distance to Oxford which is lovely, great parking facilities. I would definitely stay again when in the area.
It's possibly because there was a Grand Prix and a carnival on nearby, but this was expensive at £150 for a family room.
The room was nicely decorated and comfortable, however it was very hot being at the very top of the building and with there only being a small window for ventilation, it felt quite stuffy most of the time. The evening meal was excellent and well proportioned. We were sad that breakfast didn't quite live up to the same standard, but they were accommodating with a special request for our daughter. I would stay here again if I was in a pinch again, but would hope for a more airy room.
Nice sized family room
A lovely sized family room, friendly staff, quiet location and great food.
The only negative I would add is that the en suite bathroom is in need of a spruce up- peeling paint on the ceiling, cracked floor tiles and very damp smelling which lets a great sized family room down.
A little tired, could be a real jewel.
Beautiful building, in need of a good spruce up and a customer service refresh. Good breakfast and morning service/checkout. It must be a competative area for village pubs, we had a one night stop over, so were not that bothered by the inconsistent shower, ceiling damage in the restaurant (from the shower?) and 'relaxed' evening dining service.
Ok if you need to be in the area and want a quiet stay
We booked this particular accommodation due to the area.
The bar was empty when we arrived around 7pm on a Sunday evening, not a good sign. We checked in and were shown to our room by a pleasant enough chap. The room was adequate however quite tired in some areas and had seriously creaky floorboards, not great when you are up feeding a baby twice during the night. The next morning we had breakfast which was lovely however the girl who served us was again pleseant but not particularly friendly, I cannot recall her smiling once. I like smiles in the morning please.
The Chequers Inn
Small room but nicely furnished with everything we needed.