We began with lunch at the Tablot Inn, which stands just outside our village of Eynsham, and about six miles west of Oxford and on the B4044.
This one-bar pub, with its exposed beams and small restaurant area, dates back to 1774, though it was called the Horse and Jockey in those days. It was renamed in 1836 and purchased by Arkell’s in 1997. This means that it has a great selection of Arkell’s real ales that are dispensed from barrels lined up behind the bar.
|Warm Chicken Salad|
|Crossing Swinford Toll Bridge|
|Pythius splashing about in the river|
Pythius has his say: