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Victoria Arms, Old Marston - pub details

Victoria Arms

Address: Mill Lane, Old Marston, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX3 0PZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13579) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Oxford (2 miles), Islip (3.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 13 users)
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Had an excellent lunch here last is now more resturanty than pub ..but saying that the four Wadworths real ales were in fine form....will return as the missus loved the lunch
itchytony - 3 May 2013 17:13
Pleasant pub in a wonderful location with a large garden going down to the River Cherwell. Excellent range of Wadsworth's beers and decent food - albeit slightly more expensive than one might expect. Can get very crowded on a sunny summer's day, tourists arrive in punts, the car park is packed and the quality of the service and the food has been known to slip. In some ways it is better in winter with the log fire, the Old Timer and the staff less rushed
Mike_Oxford - 25 Jul 2012 12:35
Warm welcome from the barman on entering. Great pint of Wadworth’s Swordfish beer served at a perfect temperature. Very acceptable lunch of Wiltshire ham eggs & chips and beef pie in a 6X gravy with efficient and friendly service at a value-for-money price. (Why do so many places serve hugely bouffant pastry lids that fly all over the place, rather than short-crust pasty which is so much easier to eat?) Nice and quiet; pleasant murmur of chat. Toasty log-burner. Clean toilets. Splendid view across the river Cherwell (“char-well”) to the water meadows beyond. On the terrace, the fictional Inspector Morse shared a drink with Lewis in The Remorseful Day episode as the sun set.
Mona_Growser - 16 Jan 2011 16:51
A lovely pub, with wonderful views down to the river. It's my local, and I generally find the staff friendly and efficient. It's a good old fashioned pub where you can have a good chat and toss the odd crisp to the passing ducks, who seem to like them!
kennewam - 20 Jul 2009 20:44
Good atmosphere (no music, hooray), with a fine range of Wadsworths beer, not just the usual 6X. Food OK, but pricey for what it is -- I suppose given the superb location, they don't have to try very hard, so they don't.
cato - 28 Sep 2008 17:04

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