Since 1637, The Killingworth Castle has served the good people of Oxfordshire. Sir Churchill, who'd drop in when staying at his birthplace, in nearby Blenheim Palace, has been included in the illustrious regulars. An extensive program of renovations followed before the pub opened its doors for business once again in the autumn of 2012. Since then, Killingworth Castle has grown stronger and gone on to win multiple awards and earnt outstanding reviews for its innovative yet affordable approach to high-end cuisine and its peaceful and yet friendly atmosphere.
Where is The Killingworth Castle located?
The 17th-century coaching inn - located just a few miles from the magnificent Blenheim Palace and the picturesque village of Woodstock.
What cuisine is on offer at The Killingworth Castle?
Every dish is a celebration to savour and enjoy with superb masterpieces from their menus influenced by British classics. Your hosts are thrilled to announce that The Killingworth Castle has proudly joined just 10 other pubs and restaurants across the UK to achieve three or more stars in the 'Organic Served Here' awards scheme run by The Soil Association. This means that they commit themselves to deliver 50-75% organic items on their menus.
What makes a meal at The Killingworth Castle unique?
A warm welcome and a delicious 2 AA Rosette menu packed full of locally sourced products is what you'll find at the unique Killingworth Castle restaurant... a real treat after a busy day exploring the nearby Blenheim Palace and the stunning Oxfordshire Cotswolds! The Oxford Times also described Castle Killingworth as "restaurant of the year" and "pub of the year."