The Nag's Head Pub And Restaurant
The Nag's Head is situated halfway accross Abingdon Bridge, with the riverside gardens
nestled in stunning surroundings on Nag's Island, positioned in the middle of the Thames under the bridge. A peaceful retreat amongst the rushes and willows providing many comfortable areas for families and diners to enjoy the best outdoor dining in Abingdon.
After a prolonged closure, the pub has been fitted out delightfully with the main bar at "bridge level" serving real ales, excellent wines, coffee, bar meals and a la carte menu.
The Nag's Head has won the CAMRA Town and Country 'Pub of the Year' for 3 years running and has featured in The Good Beer Guide 2014, 2015 and 2016!
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The accommodation at Kingfisher Barn has been created from converting old farm buildings dating back as far as the 17th Century. Made of red brick and tile for the smaller cottages and stone and handmade tiles for the large lodges, these converted barns ooze charm and history.
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Kingfisher Barn Ltd | Kingfisher Barn, Rye Farm, Abingdon, Oxford, OX14 3NN
Registered Office Address - Barnbrook Sinclair, 30 Saint John’s Rd, Woking, Surrey, GU21 7SA