Once a 16th century Inn, the pub boasts a 5* AA rating, has 9 guest rooms and is dog-friendly. The Mason Arms is a smart and convivial country pub, offering sumptuous menus of local produce. The Mason Arms is also home to Artist Residence Oxfordshire, a delightful boutique-hotel offering a heavenly retreat in the most glorious setting.
Where is Mason Arms located?
South Leigh is a quiet, peaceful village conveniently located just 15 minutes drive from Oxford city centre, and a 5 minute drive from Witney. Blenheim Palace, the Cotswolds and Daylesford Farm are just a 15-20 minute drive away, and the famous fashion outlet shopping destination, Bicester Village, is just a 40 minute drive.
What cuisine is on offer at Mason Arms?
Breakfast is served in the cosy dining room each morning, where guests can choose from an a la carte menu of breakfast classics. The pub and restaurant, run by head chef, Fernao Namura, has been awarded 2 AA Rosettes and serves an inventive menu of seasonal British produce sourced from the local area and their own kitchen garden, alongside the quintessentially English pub classics. Cocktails have been inspired by the local area and the pub serves a rotation of local real ales, to be enjoyed beside the fire or in the terrace garden.
What is the signature dish at Mason Arms?
The Mason Arms is home to a Robata Grill from which they serve a selection of delicious smokey steaks and house burgers.
What makes a meal at Mason Arms unique?
The Mason Arms has been recognised for its unique take on the traditional countryside inn, with a warm and friendly welcome alongside quirky decor. An inventive menu of locally sourced, seasonal produce is served throughout the day, and guests will love the inspired cocktail list and real local ales. There is a large terrace overlooking the kitchen garden, and the pub is set in a quiet, peaceful village amongst farmland. The hotel makes the perfect base for visiting Oxford, Blenheim Palace, Bicester Village, Daylesford Farm and the quaint villages and countryside of the Cotswolds.