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The Great Western Arms, Aynho - pub details

Address: Aynho Station, Deddington, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 3BP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15690) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Kings Sutton (2.6 miles), Heyford (5.3 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Duke Of Cumberlands Head, Clifton (0.6 miles), Fox Inn, Souldern (1.5 miles), Unicorn Inn, Deddington (2.0 miles), Red Lion, Deddington (2.0 miles)


user reviews of the Great Western Arms, Aynho

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A welcome sight on a 13 mile canal walk between Heyford and Banbury and pretty much the only pub right on the canal throughout that stretch. Hook Norton ales are on tap which is pretty much how it should be given the area and we enjoyed a decent soup and sandwich combo each for £7.50. The rest of the food looked good but perhaps not as excellent as others on here are making out while it was enjoyable to toast Jeremy Corbyn in an area where he is unlikely to have too many supporters. The music in the pub was criminally poor.
BoehmBawerk - 11 Jun 2017 20:30
The Great Western Arms is located on the border between Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire, just west of the M40 and next to both a railway line and a canal. It's primarily a foodie pub. But it did have a range of Hook Norton ales - Hooky, Old Hooky, Lion & Curious Crane. I assume the latter is a new brew from this brewery. They also had Old Rosie cider and a good range of spirits. The pub is clearly popular for its food with several table loads arriving during my short visit. It consists of 2 rooms, with a small seating area outside at the front and a garden at the rear.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Mar 2016 21:06
Top class country eating house with good Hook Norton ales (including Flagship on our latest visit) friendly, attentive and clearly well trained staff. A rare canal side find - well worth a visit.
Flying_Nelly - 11 Sep 2011 18:55
The food is the main attraction here - it truly is excellent, prepared by the chef/patron. Service was faultless, friendly and efficient, even though the place was packed with diners. You definitely have to book for dinner on Saturday evenings. However if you just want a nice pint in a real old characterful traditional country pub you will not be disappointed.
villageidoit - 27 Jul 2011 22:09
Four of us went there for lunch last Saturday. We were surprised at how empty the place was. Although we were there several hours there couldn't have been more than a handful of other sets of people eating.

The food was okay (3 fish and chips and 1 burger). I've had better pub burgers, but the food and drink were fine and the staff attentive.
DennisMenace - 22 May 2011 13:45

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