There’s A Whole Host Of Fantastic Watering Holes In Oxford, And Some Offer A Fascinating Glimpse At The Past With Their Pints.
The Turf Tavern
12th century pub in the heart of Oxford. Visited by many famous faces and 1,000 visitors each year. Serves real ales, beers and ciders. Bustling student pub on a cobbled lane, with a Modern British menu and lots of outdoor space.
Situated besides Oxford’s scenic River Isis… The Head of the River matches its food, drink and accommodation to the beauty of its surroundings. You couldn’t ask for a more scenic spot to find a traditional English pub than beside the River Thames.
Traditional low-ceilinged pub known for its creaky floorboards and large collection of cut-off ties. A former 16th century coaching inn, The Bear Inn offers seasonal food, local ales and exceptional accommodation.
Classic, ever-popular university hangout serving hearty British pub food and multiple cask ales.
The famous Kings Arms is the oldest pub in Oxford, built in 1607 and still standing in its original position