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With a history dating back to 1605, The Crown & Thistle is stunning coaching inn comprising of three individual buildings clustered around a cobbled courtyard, framed by 200-year-old wisteria. Sympathetically designed, many of the buildings' original features such as timber beams, open brickwork, and window frames that aren't square remain throughout.
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Stay in a Double room and receive:
- Complimentary bottle of Prosecco when dining in the restaurant (please note a main course per person must be ordered to qualify)
- Full English breakfast
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- Locally renowned restaurant & bar
- Individually decorated bedrooms
- Located in the centre of Abingdon
- Original features throughout
- Private cobbled courtyard
- Perfect for visiting Oxford
- Minutes from the River Thames
How to find The Crown and Thistle
The Crown and Thistle
18 Bridge Street
Abingdon on Thames
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Food Service times
Monday - Thursday: 7am - 10pm
Friday: 7am - 10.30pm
Saturday: 8am - 10.30pm
Sunday: 8am - 9pm
Complimentary on site parking is available at the back of the hotel.
Please note that the car park is not accessible from Bridge Street, the entrance is via Abbey Close. If you follow the signposts for Guild Hall once you are in Abingdon-on-Thames, the hotel's driveway is adjacent to the Guild Hall on Abbey Close.
The postcode for the car park is OX14 3JD.
As the property is Grade II listed there are no suitable rooms available
Children are welcome, additional beds are available upon request in selected rooms. A charge of £16.50 per child per night is applicable for bed and breakfast. For families, they offer a bespoke children's menu with accompanying activity pack.
History of the hotel
With a history dating back to 1605, The Crown & Thistle on Bridge Street re-opened its doors in 2013, following a £1.8m restoration. This Grade II listed coaching inn comprises three individual buildings clustered around a cobbled courtyard, framed by 200-year-old wisteria. Having been sympathetically designed, many of the buildings' original features, such as timber beams, open brickwork, and window frames that aren't square, remain throughout the restaurant, extensive bar area, elegant function rooms and 18 boutique-style bedrooms.
Small or medium dogs welcome in standard rooms only at additional cost of £20 per stay. Dogs are not allowed in the Restaurant but are allowed in the bar area.Please contact hotel before booking.
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