The Bat & Ball Inn, High St, Cuddesdon, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX44 9HJ
01865 874 379
Monday-Friday: 12-2.30pm-6-9pm, Saturday: 12-9pm and Sunday 12-7pm
We offer seven delightful en-suite rooms, each with a distinct and individual ambiance – just like the famous cricketers after whom they’re named.
The Bat & Ball is ideally situated for the commercial side of Oxford and the tourist spots of the Cotswolds.Book now
The Bat & Ball can cater for wedding parties and larger groups, whether it’s a formal or informal lunch or dinner. We will be happy to discuss and create suitable menu’s whatever the occasion and to suit your taste.
We can also arrange Hog Roasts, great for informal gatherings and larger numbers. Please call us for more information or to arrange a Hog Roast at your own party. We supply the pig, roaster & look after it for you while you enjoy the occasion!
The city of dreaming spires. It is known for its university and historical background, but Oxford is more than this. It is a mix of ancient and modern, a meeting point of cultures in an outstanding architectural background. It is imperative to have a walk along the city to appreciate its beauty, sneak in its wonderful buildings and museums and relax by the Thames, known locally as the Isis.More Information
Although in Oxford, it must be treated separately, as we are dealing with the whole world in a single museum. But this is not a regular museum. The Ashmolean is the first museum in Britain and one of the most famous around the world. It has a rich collection, started by Elias Ashmole himself, expanded along the years.More Information
One of the biggest houses in England, Blenheim Palace is home to the 11th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, which are enough reasons, per se, to visit it. But if that isn’t enough, for you, you can’t say no to a walk on its amazing 2100 acres of beautiful parkland, surrounding the Palace with lawns, gardens and the great lake.More Information
Winner of the Cotswold Tourism Awards Large Visitor Attraction of the Year 2013, Batsford Arboretum is one of the jewels of the Cotswolds and one of the largest private collections of trees and shrubs in the country.More Information
Set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens, Cotswolds Wildlife park is home to more than 260 different species of animals. Set around a listed Victorian Manor House, this beautiful place is the perfect place for a day out with family or friends.More Information
The remains of a large, well built Roman courtyard villa. The most important feature is a nearly complete mosaic tile floor, patterned in reds and browns.More Information
Made famous by Beatrix Havergal who established her School of Horticulture for Ladies here from 1932 to 1971, it’s now home to 8 acres of beautifully landscaped ornamental gardens, a quality plant centre and garden shop, gallery and gift barn, museum and teashop. Just a stone’s throw from Oxford and within easy reach of London nestles Waterperry Gardens.More Information
One of the UK’s most successful chefs, Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons is situated in Oxford. Visit Le Manoir for a great range of activities and personalised servises, create incredible dishes in the cookery school or just relax and enjoy the hotel and restaurant.More Information