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The pubs of Headington

Black Boy
Ampleforth Arms
53 Collinwood Road, Risinghurst
Community pub
Food hygiene rating

Black Boy
Black Boy (Gastropub & hotel)
91 Old High Street
Everard’s
Food hygiene rating

Britannia
Britannia Inn
1 Lime Walk, OX3 7AA
Mitchell’s & Butler Ember Inn
Food hygiene rating

Butcher’s Arms
Butcher’s Arms
5 Wilberforce Street
Fuller’s
Food hygiene rating

Chequers
The Chequers
17a Beaumont Road
Free house
Food hygiene rating

Corner House
Corner House
236 Hollow Way
Marston's
Food hygiene rating

Mason’s Arms
Mason’s Arms
2 Quarry School Place
Free house
Food hygiene rating

Royal Standard
Royal Standard
78 London Road, OX3 9AJ
Greene King
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Six Bells
Six Bells
3 Beaumont Road
Greene King bar & eatery
No hygiene rating listed

White Hart
White Hart
12 St Andrew’s Road
Everard’s
Food hygiene rating

White Horse
White Horse
1 London Road
Greene King “Hungry Horse”
Food hygiene rating

Tile House ale house
The Tile Shop Ale House
10 Windmill Road
Independent
No food hygiene rating yet

History of Headington’s pubs

Forwards To Marston pubs

Headington pubs that have closed in recent years

Building still standing

  • The Crown & Thistle in Old Road closed in 2011
  • The Fairview Inn at 16 Glebelands closed in December 2013 after being sold by Enterprise Inns. Planning application 16/02112/FUL to convert it into a five-bedroom house was submitted in August 2016
  • The Princes’ Castle in Barton closed in the 1980s and is now a private house
  • The Shotover Arms at the Green Road roundabout was converted into a hotel in 1957, and has been a McDonalds since the early 1990s

Demolished

  • The Bell in Old High Street closed in 2000, and was demolished and replaced by a house in 2002
  • The Fox in North Way (the third Barton pub with this name) closed in 2002 and was replaced by housing
  • The Quarry Gate at 19 Wharton Road closed in 2012 and was demolished in April 2015. Planning application 16/00082/FUL to replace it with three five-bedroomed houses was refused
  • The Cavalier at 148 Copse Lane in Northway closed in 2010. This was demolished in April 2012 and replaced by “58 ensuite student rooms with shared facilities and warden’s room on three floors” (planning application by I & O Limited: 11/01681/FUL)

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