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The Rock of Gibraltar, Enslow - pub details

Rock of Gibraltar

Address: Enslow, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 3AY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21340) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Tackley (1.6 miles), Islip (4 miles), Hanborough (4.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 13 users)
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Sturdys Castle, Tackley (1.2 miles), Oxford Arms, Kirtlington (1.4 miles), Blacks Head, Bletchingdon (1.4 miles), Gardiner Arms, Tackley (1.5 miles), Boat Inn, Thrupp (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Quiet when we visited on Easter Saturday early on in a mammoth trek from Tackley to Oxford along the canal but still quite impressive. Diners are clearly well catered for with no nonsense pub grub, the ale selection was imaginative and local and there is a pool table. Canal paraphernalia and literature also feature. Promising.
BoehmBawerk - 4 Apr 2015 22:07
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT since September 2013!!!! What's on offer: A very warm welcome, 5 real ales, 3 draught ciders, variety of lagers,a wide range of wines, bottled lager, ales, ciders and soft drinks. A new chef with a dazzling new menu. Open fire, wood burning stove, sofa's, pool table, excellent live music and beautiful atmosphere :)
Currently being refurbished, but still fully open and functional!

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MothersRuin - 17 Nov 2013 21:00
Nice stone pub with Wye Valley beers
jimshoppenus - 6 Jun 2013 11:31
In a chocolate box location next to the canal, with a garden running to the waters edge. Must be a great place to sit with a pint reading the paper. However, it was quiet when we visited. Enjoyed a nice pint of Wye Valley Butty Bach and an excellent cheese ploughmans. A nice venue but rammed no doubt in the summer with passing canal boaters!
ahscum - 17 Apr 2012 19:42
Visited with my wife, our two children, two friends and their two kids. Got off to a good start with accommodating 8 of us for lunch on a Saturday. Whilst the menu was not extensive what we got was nice and the waiting staff were very friendly and obliging. HOWEVER.....what was not made clear was what can be constituted as a Child's meal (no separate list on the menu) and we ordered a child's burger. In fact we were told that we just order for a child and get a smaller portion. So, when we came to pay our 80.00 bill we became embroiled in a protracted discussion with the manager over the price we were charged for one of the kid's meals. We were looking for a gesture from the owner of a few quid reduction for not making this clear. The gesture I felt we were going to get was two fingers - but reluctantly he gave us 4 off claiming that now he was "losing money". He stomped around and we left...but not before we left a 5 tip (for the waiters!!!).
thenewcamper - 15 Jun 2011 22:20

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