- Very Good
- 21 guest reviews
"Walked into a busy popular country village pub. Staff very friendly. The place is full of character. Loved it...."
"Had a pleasant one night stay. Friendly staff. Cooked breakfast bit greasy. Bedroom satisfactory but needs up dating and doors need fixing..."
"The Brasenose Arms is superbly located in a very quiet village. Highly Recommended. Staff make you feel very welcome. Only had Breakfast the..."
"A full on pub with bundles of charm, friendly staff, who have customer service on priority. plenty of parking available, although tight spac..."
"Booked this hotel not realising what a famous place it is with a music festival. The hotel was great and although the room was small it was..."
About the hotel
The Brasenose Arms is a 17th Century village pub with all of the charms that implies. Beams, fireplaces, cosy nooks, real ales and great home cooked food. Contemporary 'en-suite' accommodation in six rooms, 1/2 acre garden, outdoor bars, live 'roots and blues' music every Saturday night, free wi-fi and a public laundry.
Vegetarians especially catered for-even a traditional Sunday Roast. Open all day, every day from 12 noon with dogs welcome in the bar. The accommodation is in a converted barn of great charm with one large family room, one twin or double, two doubles and two singles all with modern 'en-suite' bathrooms. flat screen tv's, tea and coffee making facilities. The rate includes a home cooked full breakfast. The 'Brase' is internationally known for its live music offerings with people from all over the world keen to play at the pub that was the home of Fairport Convention in their glory days. The pub has it's own fringe festival to complement the Fairport Cropredy Convention in August with three days of great music in the garden and the bar with up to 3000 people attending at any one time. The local village website has a fabulous history with extensive photographs which demonstrate the beauty, history and charm of this lovely village, the site of both ancient and modern events - the 'Battle of Cropredy Bridge 1644' and of course, the home of Fairport's Cropredy Convention. The ancient village of Cropredy with its thatched cottages and 13th Century Church is surrounded by farms, open fields and the Cherwell river which offers a variety of walking opportunities. The Oxford Canal runs through the village providing picturest moorings within close walking distance to the pub.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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86% would recommend it to a friend
Walked into a busy popular country village pub.
Staff very friendly. The place is full of character. Loved it.
Needs updating but friendly folk.
Had a pleasant one night stay.
Friendly staff. Cooked breakfast bit greasy.
Bedroom satisfactory but needs up dating and doors need fixing as they dont close easilt. Nice atmosphere in the pub.