A contender for the oldest pub in Oxford, the Turf Tavern is tucked away by the city walls and is a must visit.
Owned by Greene King, the pub surprisingly sells around 10 different ales from breweries around the country.
The Bear Inn is an historic pub located in the centre of Oxford just off the busy High Street.
Being owned by Fullers you can expect the usual quality beers such as London Pride, Chiswick and ESB along with a beer from Gales and a locally brewed guest.
The White Horse is located in the heart of Oxford and is a Grade II listed pub that dates back to the 16th century. The Interior The White Horse is one of the smallest pubs in Oxford. Wedged between two parts of the largest Blackwells bookshop in the country, the diminutive pub consists of a […]
The Lamb and Flag is a 17th century pub located in the centre of Oxford.
Owned by St John’s College, the pub features a good selection of reasonably priced ales from breweries around the country including Salopian, Theakston, Orkney, Skinners and Palmers.