Welcome to The Fox & Hounds
GREAT PUB FOOD & ACCOMMODATION ROOMS
WE ARE OPEN, AGAIN!!
Hello to ALL! We are back! Third time lucky, we hope.
ALFRESCO & INDOOR DINING
**** PLEASE NOTE *****
Our kitchen will be closed from
SUNDAY 06 JUNE to THURSDAY 10 JUNE inclusive
we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause
Monday: Bar 12 noon to 11pm (sorry, no food on Mondays except Bank Holidays)
Tuesday to Friday: Bar 12 noon to 11pm, Food 12-7pm
Saturday: Bar 11am to 11pm, Food 12-7pm
Sunday: Bar 11-11pm, Sunday Lunch 12-2.30pm
TABLE BOOKINGS ARE *ESSENTIAL* WHETHER FOR DRINKS OR MEALS
We are serving lunches and evening meals, with menus to suit the weather.
Please see our facebbok for all the latest.
Cheers from all at the pub and we shall see you all soon!
Eat & drink outdoors with a view of the wonderful White Horse or inside in our socially spaced bar & garden room.
We have all the necessary Covid-19 precautions in place.
So, whether you're just passing by or want to stay a little longer in the Vale of the White Horse, The Fox & Hounds is perfectly placed!
WOOD-FIRED PIZZAS MOST SUNDAYS IN SUMMER
(please do call us on 01367 820680 to check)
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The Fox & Hounds is located in the charming village of Uffington, South Oxfordshire, with thatched cottages in beautiful countryside surroundings. The Pub has 4 Star B&B accommodation, a beamed bar, and unrivalled views of The Ridgeway and Uffington White Horse.
Situated in The Vale of the While Horse, off the A420 between Oxford and Swindon, Uffington is about 8 miles north of the M4 through Lambourne, of race-horse fame. The nearest Market Towns are Faringdon and Wantage, each about 15 minutes' drive. Shrivenham Defence Academy is just 3 miles away at the Watchfield roundabout on the A420.
The Village has a 13th Century Church, shop and Post Office, and several literary connections. It was the early home of Thomas Hughes, whose renowned book "Tom Brown's Schooldays" begins in the old school here. It is now an interesting little museum. John Betjeman lived here in the 1930's and 40's, during which time he wrote many famous works. Tolkein, while based in Oxford, visited this area, and it is said much of his inspiration for Middle Earth came from the Ridgeway nearby.
An ideal base for walking, cycling, horse-riding, angling, visiting historic properties, golfing, or just chilling out at any time of the year. Warm welcome, caring staff, log fire, high standards, excellent food and selection of fine beverages, including Real Ales. Well-behaved dogs welcome. FREE WiFi IN BAR.