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The Oxford Arms Hotel, Kington - pub details

Address: Duke Street, Kington, Herefordshire, HR5 3DR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35967) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 6 users)
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Fred the landlord has finally changed his pump clips following the closure of Wood's Brewery (their Beauty actually hadn't been brewed for some years despite what I wrote last time so I'll never know what he was really selling) and the Hobson's Best was Kington's standout beer of last weekend's annual trip. The group Open Arms Kington wants to transform The Oxford Arms into a vibrant community space and Fred is hoping to have left by December.
paul_d102 - 21 Sep 2022 09:27
Not much has changed from my previous visits except that it is now in the GBG (the only pub in Kington this year). Friday's solitary handpull was Wood's Beauty which was in fine order. If you've made it to Kington, then the run down charm won't bother you.
paul_d102 - 23 Sep 2019 13:20
Nothing to add to my review from a year ago apart from the fact that the toilets seem to have been spruced up and we tried the food for the first time on Friday evening which was good, plentiful pub grub. Beers on offer were the same as last year and Fred was on fine form again. Noticed it was very busy on Saturday night with the local youth in the left hand bar and plenty of diners to the right.
paul_d102 - 21 Sep 2014 19:26
A proper pub, with a large bar/lounge room and a separate restaurant room. 3 real ales on offer - all local breweries. It could do with a bit of investment/a Spring clean, but it's all part of the charm..! Pool table. TV. All-in-all somewhere that was once quite typical (for a small town pub) but becoming a rarer entity these days.
dpaajones - 16 Nov 2013 14:49
3 excellent ales - Mayfield's Auntie Myrtle's & Priory Pale Ale and Wood's Beauty at £2.50 a pint. Large glass of Jack Rabbit Pinot Grigio was £3.40. Cider was Robinson's. Two large rooms split right and left with stained glass doors and the feel of a faded, musty hotel. Desperate need for refurbishment in places, especially the toilets which were grim. Fred is a very friendly landlord. Good gypsy jazz trio on Friday night as part of the annual walking festival.
paul_d102 - 22 Sep 2013 16:54

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