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Reviewed 1 March 2015

We stayed here with friends on a special weekend one night dinner, bed and breakfast deal which was, on the whole, excellent value. First impressions overall were good. The staff, without exception were cheerful, helpful and eager to please.
Our room (8) was actually more of a suite with a separate sitting area containing a second television. The room was pleasantly decorated but there was a gaping gap around the window causing a chill breeze. Having said that, the heating was very efficient but the bathroom was cold and also quite small.
The bar area is pleasant and the staff went out of their way to ensure that we had our table of choice in the restaurant. The food, however, obtained mixed reviews among our party. On the plus side, the liver was felt to have been cooked to perfection (something not always easy to achieve) and the starter of Portobello mushrooms also went down well. The fishcakes however seemed to consist almost entirely of potato with little fish in evidence, the vegetarian tatin was considered bland and the fillet steak was almost inedible - tough to put it mildly! To be fair, Johnny, the manager went out of his way to make amends when he heard these adverse criticisms and the sweets on the whole were good. Breakfast the following morning was excellent. The smoked (undyed) haddock was terrific as were the perfectly poached eggs and Kim, the waitress, looked after us superbly.
This hotel is situated in a picturesque hamlet within easy reach of Oxford and the Cotswolds and therefore makes an ideal base. It could be fantastic and all credit to Johnny who appears to be a very 'hands on' manager and his excellent team. However, the cuisine could certainly be improved upon and some double glazing (or at the very least, minor repairs to the windows) would be appreciated!

  • Stayed: February 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 1 March 2015 via mobile

Superb lunch, great restaurant, lovely staff. We had 2 courses for £18 or 3 for £23 and we were all delighted. I like to see a small menu done well! 2 of us had whitebait and 1 prawn cocktail followed by 4 roast beef and all the trimmings( gravy was delicious we had 2 extra boats! And Mustard made from powder-always a winner! )And warm chocolate brownie (heaven) and black cherry cheesecake with amaretto. The food drinks crockery cutlery linen napkins and decor are all quality, I'm staggered that it wasn't packed to the gunnels-feel really puzzled about that. Come on banbury folks it's not far to travel it's in the very pretty village of aynho and it needs supportingThank you!

Stayed: March 2015
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Reviewed 28 February 2015 via mobile

Bland food disguised by piping hot chips . Everything was tasteless no flavour. Ask for fillet steak medium well done . Came to table still alive gristle,fat and cold. Not a good steak at all . Best part was starters ! It all very much reminded me of a little chef in the rural beautiful Ayno. Such a shame even the restaurant was cold and very much like a conservatory patio. No atmosphere all regulars that praise it to the heavens ! Time in between courses far too long . I did enjoy the head waitress she reminded me of my school dinner lady. Not sure of the accommodation or breakfast so can't comment... Avoid at all costs if you want a traditional Gastro pub food you will be disappointed. And at £53 pounds for two half pints and two starters and mains at the quality of food is just not expectable. Sadly will not be returning :(

Stayed: February 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 27 February 2015

Was due to stay one night B&B but got delayed the following day so ended up booking for a second night. Staff always helpful and friendly and gave a warm welcome. The room the first night was fantastic. It was massive with large very comfortable bed with desk, chair and arm chairs. The second night the room was smaller and if I hadn't seen the room the previous night I would have been over the moon with it.
The breakfast was the slight let down and I'm glad it was included in the room rate as if I had paid £13.50 for it I would have been disappointed. The portions were quite small and not consistent between people or days and to only get one rasher of bacon is a bit mean.

I can't comment on evening dining as we didn't eat there. The menu looked a little pricey for budget our company had given us.

Overall a good hotel and if in need of a hotel in the area again will be back and just ask for double portions on the breakfast.

Room Tip: Room 17 & 18 are massive, room 19 is smaller but as they are at the back they are quiet so you get a good nights sleep.
  • Stayed: February 2015, travelled on business
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Reviewed 23 February 2015

We have just returned from a one night stay at the Cartwright Hotel we have had a lovely time and it was great value. The room we had was clean ,comfortable and quiet. Our stay included an evening meal which was wonderful and a full English breakfast. The staff were very friendly and special thanks to the general manager Johny who was extremely helpful and accommodating ,he made our evening most enjoyable. We would definitely return and recommend to others.

  • Stayed: February 2015, travelled as a couple
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