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Welcome to The Bird In Hand Inn, Witney

Address: Whiteoak Green, Hailey, Witney, OX29 9XP

Hotel Description

From A40 take exit to Witney & Industrial Estates also Coggs museum. As you enter Witney you will see a double mini roundabout and signs for B4022 Hailey and Charlbury, left at first mini roundabout and then immediately right at second. At next mini roundabout turn right and follow signs for Chalbury. Drive through Hailey, look out for the Bird in Hand on the right-hand side as your leaving the village. From Banbury (or M40) take the A361 from Banbury signposted to Chipping Norton, go through Blowham and South Newington, then take a left onto the B4022 signposted to Enstone & The Tews, follow this road through Enstone to Charlbury. Turn left to Witney and Finstock. As you leave Finstock, look out for Whiteoak Green and the Bird in Hand on the left. You have arrived!

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The Bird In Hand Witney
We only spent one night at the Bird in Hand but would definitely stay again.The staff were very friendly and helpful.Breakfast excellent.We had an evening meal which was again,excellent.Five stars for cleanliness .All in all value for money

Maggie Mills - 8th May, 2014
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Attractions - The Bird In Hand Inn, Witney

Blenheim Palace - Historical Houses

Blenheim Palace - Historical Houses

Distance 5.97 miles (9.55 km)
Blenheim Palace offers a wonderful day out for all the family. You will be inspired by the majesty of the Palace, with its carvings by Grinling Gibbons, delighted by the interior filled with treasures and intrigued by the apartments devoted to Sir Winston Churchill. There are gardens in a variety of styles; lakes to row on, an adventure play area for children and even a narrow-gauge railway to take you from car park to the Palace. Blenheim Palace was built for the National Hero John 1st Duke of Marlborough and his Duchess Sarah, given by Queen Anne as a gift in reward for his military services. The palace was built between 1705 and 1722. The Park and Gardens at Blenheim provide a majestic formal setting for the Palace.

Blenheim Palace - Historical Houses

Blenheim Palace - Historical Houses

Distance 6.11 miles (9.78 km)
Blenheim Palace offers a wonderful day out for all the family. You will be inspired by the majesty of the Palace, with its carvings by Grinling Gibbons, delighted by the interior filled with treasures and intrigued by the apartments devoted to Sir Winston Churchill. There are gardens in a variety of styles; lakes to row on, an adventure play area for children and even a narrow-gauge railway to take you from car park to the Palace. Blenheim Palace was built for the National Hero John 1st Duke of Marlborough and his Duchess Sarah, given by Queen Anne as a gift in reward for his military services. The palace was built between 1705 and 1722. The Park and Gardens at Blenheim provide a majestic formal setting for the Palace.