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The Oakhill Inn
Fosse Road


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Bed and Breakfast

The Oakhill Inn is a traditional country pub with five elegant rooms offering high class bed and breakfast. All the rooms have en-suite bathrooms, TV/DVD, tea and coffee facilities and the most comfortable beds made with the best Egyptian cotton bed linen. There is a family suite available and rooms and five both have baths as well as showers.

Our freshly prepared menus are full of local and seasonal produce and this is reflected in the excellent breakfast, home made old spot sausages and bacon and local free range eggs, apple juice from The Orchard Pig and fresh coffee all feature along side home made jam and marmalade and freshly baked pastries.

Our Food

Our head chef Neil Creese recently won national recognition winning the gastro pub challenge at the Earls court restaurant show, his skill and dedication shine through in his menus, dinner at the Inn is an dining experience you will not forget backed up by great value for money.

All prices include breakfast.
Cereals, Pastries, toast and home made preserves, Tea /coffee and juice with your choice of cooked breakfast.;
Poached smoked haddock with poached eggs
Mushrooms on toast
Devilled Kidneys on toast
Full English with home made sausages and our own cured streaky bacon

Breakfast is served between 6 and 9, if you require breakfast outside these time please check with the Manager. Please let us know when you would like breakfast. We need to know which cooked breakfast you require in advance.

There is a single occupancy reduction of 15.


Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: from 80.00
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Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
TV in Rooms

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