Rooms at The Cinnamon Stick
We have some lovely accommodation above our restaurant for those who wish to enjoy a relaxed and friendly rural retreat with a touch of luxury..... somewhere you can unwind following a day out exploring the City of Oxford, visiting Blenheim Palace in Woodstock or enjoying the lovely Cotswold villages. Or simply to stay over following a delicious meal downstairs in our lovely Lebanese restaurant!
For more information call Lauren on 07780 458371.
We have had some wonderful feedback from guests:
"Dear Lauren, Thank you so much for having us. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit. The Cinnamon Stick is just perfect!!
You and your friends made us feel so welcome and nothing was too much trouble. We loved The Silver Room everything we needed. Our meal last night was amazing, and the breakfast this morning just as good. Your Husband is a wonderful cook. We will definitely be visiting again and will highly recommend to our friends and family.
Thank you once again for a lovely relaxing stay. Michelle and John" MAY 2019
The building itself is a beautiful 16th century thatched pub with a large inglenook fireplace. It is a lovely village pub, part brick and painted white on two storeys.
The pub was formerly known as the Carpenters Arms (or The Carps) for many years, but it was initially called Fleur de Lys and was recorded by this name in 1774 (although the original building is probably much older than 1774).
The gold bedroom is in the old part of the building to the front and is part of a suite; a double room with a single room opposite it; both overlooking the car park and road. A bathroom is next to the single room and serves both the double and single room (perfect for 2 or 3 people travelling together). It is cosy with low ceilings and shows the historical side of the property. The bathroom has a bath with a shower over it.
The silver bedroom is in the newer part of the property and overlooks the rear garden; a double room with an en-suite (which has a large shower enclosure). It is spacious with high ceilings and no ducking required for those of us who are taller!
Our rooms are furnished to a high standard and the double rooms include:
Complimentary hospitality trays with various teas and coffee
Complimentary bottled water and biscuits
TV with Freeview
Bath and hand towels
Toiletries (handwash, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel)
Optional extras are available on request: a bottle of wine or champagne, flowers and chocolates.
Free wireless internet
Free on-site parking/street parking
Check in: 2pm till 9pm
Early & late check-in available on request
Check out: 11am
Child Policy: No preference
Smoking Policy: No smoking throughout
Pets: No pets in accommodation
Cancellation: Cancel at least 2 days before arrival and a full refund will be given. Cancel after this and the first night is non-refundable.
Regretfully, our accommodation upstairs not suited for wheelchairs as access to the B&B is via steps and access to the rooms is via a stairwell and narrow corridor.
How to find us
Heading from Oxford towards Banbury on the A4260 Banbury Road, pass through Kidlington and keep following the main road. There is a crossroad junction with a petrol station on the left hand side and a hotel on the right. Turn left just before the petrol station following the sign to 'The Bartons'. Follow the road for about a mile and our property is on the left hand side as you start to enter Middle Barton village.
Heading from Banbury towards Oxford on the A4260 Banbury Road, after Deddington keep following the main road and there is a crossroad junction with a petrol station on the right hand side and a hotel on the left. Follow the sign to 'The Bartons' and turn right just after the garage. Follow the road for about a mile and our property is on the left hand side as you start to enter Middle Barton village.
5 minutes drive to the Heyford train station
15 minutes drive to the M40 motorway
15 minutes drive to London Oxford airport
Middle Barton village is located on the edge of the Cotswolds and there are many local attractions;
5 miles (10 minutes drive) to Soho Farmhouse in Great Tew
9 miles (15 minutes drive) to Woodstock and Blenheim Palace
9 miles (15 minutes drive) to Sir Winston Churchill’s grave in Bladon
9 miles (15 minutes drive) to Chipping Norton and the start of the Cotswolds area
10 miles (20 minutes drive) to Bicester Designer shopping village
12 miles (20 minutes drive) to Banbury Town centre
17 miles (30 minutes drive) to Oxford City centre
23 miles (35 minutes drive) to Silverstone circuit