Find pubs in Oxfordshire
Are you looking for the best pubs in Oxfordshire? Oxford is a country in South East England with an abundance of wonderful pubs – from historic to modern. Use the pub finder below to find a pub in Oxfordshire with fantastic food, drink, service and atmospheres in locations including Oxford, Bicester, Headington, Wallingford, Woodstock, Cowley, Thame and more. Book a table online.
The Barley Mow, Upper Heyford
The Barley Mow serves up home-cooked food and fine cask ales. Thanks to its proximity to the canal there's moorings available, and the glorious garden makes it a ideal family friendly pub.
The Bear Inn, Oxford
The Bear is the oldest pub(1242) in Oxford and a hidden gem,tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the High Street. Students, locals and tourists drop in to enjoy a great pint and home-cooked food.
The Coach & Horses, Wallingford
A delightfully quaint traditional English pub in the heart of Wallingford, The Coach and Horses enjoys a reputation for excellent home-cooked pub food and great ales.
The Head of the River, Oxford
The Head of the River is widely acknowledged as one of the best pubs and places to stay in Oxford. With our very large outside terrace overlooking the river, and a short walk from the city centre.
The Kings Arms, Woodstock
A pub older than the nearby Blenheim Palace, the King's Arms is a stylish pub, restaurant and hotel with a vibrant menu, a great wine list and beautiful bedrooms.
The Marsh Harrier, Cowley
South east of Oxford, at the heart of Cowley, lies The Marsh Harrier. A popular pub with a great local reputation , while a selection of classic dishes makes the perfect accompaniment to a great pint.
The Queen's Head, Crowmarsh
The Queen's Head is a stunning, centuries old pub in the village of Crowmarsh Gifford. Cross the threshold to discover a warm welcome, fresh food, an enviable range of drinks and fine company to boot.
The Six Bells, Thame
The Six Bells in Thame is the quintessential country pub - think roaring fires, a lovely garden, real ale on tap and a good old-fashioned warm welcome as you come through the door.