The lobby is medium in size and have wood panelling on the walls and wooden beams on the ceiling. There are comfy chairs that can seat around 20 guests, there is also a large fire place which gives it that homely feel.
This hotel is an attractive traditional building dating back to the 17th century, to the times when priests sought sanctuary in the hotel's secret staircases and priest holes.
The bedrooms all have individual shapes and sizes but are all decorated in a traditional style. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms and full facilities are offered.
The restaurant is a beautiful oak-panelled room with beamed ceiling. Guests can enjoy the fine English cuisine including the famous local speciality, banbury beef.