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The Dun Cow, Hornton - pub details

Address: West End, Hornton, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 6DA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25973) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 10 users)
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Welcoming, characterful village pub with a good selection of ales and ciders. Hooky, Bombardier, XT's 3 and the extremely local Cat's Brewing Company's Tabby were the ales on sale today - I tried the Tabby (which was in excellent condition) in the small flagstoned "Quarry Bar". Orchard Pig's Explorer and XT's Long Crendon were the real ciders on offer in addition to Stowford Press. The current licensees have been there since April 2011. A brief but very enjoyable visit.
paul_d102 - 21 Apr 2014 20:08
Sometimes you just walk into a pub and get the right feeling. Sometimes the selection of ales is spot on. This place ticks both boxes and I'm looking forward to getting back there as soon as
deportivo_azul - 19 Oct 2011 19:58
Some of the best ciders ever...Marvellous location - kids playground opposite to let the offspring jump about without annoying the regulars in the pub but the landlord who looks like santa is such an accomodating chap it makes it all worthwhile - the 6 mile walk back to Banbury is very pleasant too.
paulio1966 - 8 Jun 2008 23:48
Charming example of a Cotswold pub, lots of character and indeed a character of a landlord. Good choice of ales but very well known for its ciders. As has been mentioned the beer festivals are a delight. Always worth a visit.
wellinformed - 21 Apr 2008 17:13
Lovely little Cotswold timewarp that soon fills up with locals and ramblers alike. The gaffer and his wife were extremely helpful and accommodating to my fellow beermonkey's toilet troubles. The Bombardier tasted great but I must try the cider and perry next time I'm down here because the Monk was raving about it (not literally). Apparently he had won some award for the stuff so it must be good. Wunderbar.
cardinalChunder - 10 Nov 2007 21:31

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