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Bed & Breakfast


We currently offer four ground level guest bedrooms with modern fittings and flexible options for beds; allowing you to enjoy a comfortable visit to Uffington.

Room 1 is wheelchair accessible with spacious wet room, and can sleep up to four people.
Room 2 also has a wet room/shower and sleeps up to three people.
Room 3 & 4 - BRAND-NEW & NOW OPEN!

Purpose-built to very high standards in 2012, with full Building Regs, The 2 Four Star letting rooms are separate from the main Pub, so very quiet. They are externally timber-clad, by requirements of the area's Conservation Officer, to reflect the old timber building they replace.

Our simple B&B Information Sheet sets out your options and prices. You can email us or call us on 01367 820 680 if you have any questions, or to make your booking.

Our Bed & Breakfast is dog friendly; as is the pub itself and gardens. Our resident red setter, Clipper, is happy to present our Terms & Conditions for Dogs who are staying at the Fox & Hounds - but if you have any specific questions, please feel free to ask.

Free WiFi in Bar. Freeview TV in rooms, Hair-dryer etc.

Dogs in B&B Rooms: Well behaved dogs are very welcome at The Fox & Hounds. Dogs are charged at £15 per stay to cover additional cleaning costs. Full details on our dog friendly page.

Handy Website Links for Guests and Visitors

If you are interested in local events and organisations in and around Uffington, take a look at:

The Uffington Community Website
Wikipedia on Uffington Village
List of Oxfordshire Tourist Information Offices

If you would like to read more about the famous Bronze Age White Horse or other local history, you may want to start at:

Wikipedia on the White Horse
The National Trust on the White Horse
Tom Brown's School Museum

You may enjoy learning more about the spectacular Icknield Way Morris Men, who regularly perform at the pub:

Icknield Way Morris Men

The Fox and Hounds is a proud supporter of the Campaign for Real Ale. You can read more at:

Campaign for Real Ale

You are very welcome to link to our website. Please let us know by email, so we can reciprocate with a link to yours if appropriate!