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Working patterns are changing all the time, allowing greater freedom to work when it suits, and relax when it feels right. Westcott provides all the ingredients for a balance of productivity and good living.
With a wide selection of cuisine types and price ranges, you’ll be spoilt for choice in the local area for restaurants.
We’ve recommended a few favourites.
Located in the hills just north of Westcott, The Hundred is a family-run, picturesque seventeenth-century pub, offering a welcoming bar, delicious food, and cosy, comfy rooms to locals and visitors alike. Recently decorated with a Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Guide and a place in the Good Food Guide.
The Pointer in Brill was recently named Michelin’s ‘Pub of the Year’, while its superb rooms have won it the Sunday Times accolade of ‘Hotel of the Year’.
On the road towards Bicester, this substantial building – a coaching inn for 200 years - offers a restaurant, lounge and bar area with a range of comfortable seating options, an open fireplace and scenic views.
A welcoming pub with its own separate dining area, the manager’s extensive knowledge of real ale is a major draw for lovers of the great British pint. The pub is situated just across the road from Waddesdon Manor.
For visitors or clients, the promise of a comfortable bed for the night can prove good for business too.
Happily, the local area has an excellent selection of hotels to choose from.
The Five Arrows is an elegant boutique hotel, standing at the gates of Waddesdon Manor. Formerly a Victorian coaching inn, you will find cosy corners and a warm welcome, alongside the best of modern convenience.
If you prefer a B&B, then the Old Dairy is a good place to lay your head for the night. With a hearty breakfast and a warm welcome, you get the best of Buckinghamshire hospitality.
For fine dining, spa treatments and luxury, Hartwell House is hard to beat. This National Trust property is a beautifully restored Jacobean and Georgian stately home.