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2 Stars Self Assessed Hotel
The Oxford Arms is located just off the centre of Kington in a quite residential street. We have no sky tv or juke box so are very much a community pub where talk is the main theme of the evening. We offer a warm friendly welcome to all who come in and whether you want a quiet stay on your own or join to in the conversation with our locals you will always be able to find a spot to suit you. There are shops in the main street to look through, a lovely recreation ground and walks aplenty.
    Nearby Points of Interest
  • Kington Museum, Mill Street. (0.1 mi)
  • Award winning local history museum. Open Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am – 4pm. April 7th to end of September. Admission free. Donations welcome. Tea Room. See ‘Exhibitions and Attractions’ Section. Tel: 01544 231748 (out of hours 01544 231486).
  • St Mary's Church (0.5 mi)
  • This in parts 12th C church commands beautiful views across the Arrow Valley and to the slopes of Bradnor Hill, the spire stands as a landmark to guide travellers to Kington, this eighteenth C broach spire reaches up from the twelfth century tower. As you approach the churchyard from Kington town you enter by the eighteenth century lych gate, and nearing the Church you will see the remains of a late eighteenth century preaching cross, now a focus of the Garden of Remembrance
  • Hergest Croft Gardens (1 mi)
  • Hergest Croft Gardens lies in the heart of the Welsh Marches with stunning views towards the Black Mountains. There are gorgeous flower borders. An old fashioned Kitchen Garden, Azalea Garden, Maple Grove, and Park Wood, all to discover. With a Gift Shop and Tearooms the Gardens are the perfect place to explore and relax.
  • Monkland Cheese Dairy (8 mi)
  • Monkland Cheese Dairy is a working dairy producing local, artisan cheeses and retailing fine British and continental cheese. At the front of the dairy is a cafe, where you can sit and enjoy a good cup of coffee/ tea and a piece of homemade cake or lunch, we also have a farm shop which sells lots of local products along with local postcards and pictures.A big part of our shop is cheese where you can not only taste and buy our cheeses but you can take a tour and watch it being made also
  • Nearby Activities
  • Small Breeds Farm Park & Owl Centre, (2 mi)
  • A variety of miniature, rare and unusual animals inc. miniature donkeys/horses, reindeer, alpaca and the world’s smallest breed of sheep, all displayed in a glorious environment, along with a superb collection of the world’s most colourful pheasant and a colony of red squirrels. Ducks, geese & swans can be viewed in the Waterfowl Enclosure. The Owl Centre has the finest collection of owls on public display in the U.K. Open every day except Christmas Day. Tea Room/Gift Shop. Wheelchair access.
  • Local Events
  • Kington Festival (0 mi)
  • A celebration of all things Kington, for the people of Kington and by the people of Kington. A fun filled two weeks which covers a wide variety of activities from Kington past and present to Gala Day and the infamous Wheelbarrow race which attracts many contestants and onlookers
  • Kington Walking Festival (0 mi)
  • Kington sits between Herefordshire, famous for apples, beef and beer, and the wild uplands of Wales. It is perfect walking country for the tough and the lazy alike. More long-distance paths converge on the town than almost anywhere else in the UK. In addition to a varied programme of guided and self-led walks in the Walking Festival, non walkers or post-walkers can enjoy a programme of supporting events. There is also a photography competition with the winning photos used in the walks calender
  • Kington Rough Ride (0.75 mi)
  • The most laidback moorland romp of a mountain bike ride in the UK, stunning views, enthusiastic and capable organisation, free post ride meal, a tiny town chock full of real ale pubs, hunkered down under the eastern edge of Hergest Ridge. Loads of tracks opened for this one event due to a really nice bunch of landowners. We don't mind what speed you go, you're here to enjoy yourselves.The full route is approximately 68km with over 1800 metres of climbing. Shorter options are available.
  • Kington Vintage Show (0.25 mi)
  • Our Annual Show is held on Kington's Recreation Ground (nearest postcode - HR5 3AL) every year on the third full weekend in August. There is generally 250 cars on site mainly on the Sunday. You can enter an exhibit on either the Saturday or the Sunday or both. You can arrive as early as the Thursday lunchtime and leave anytime up until Monday lunchtime. There is a free camping area for exhibitors. A great weekend for participants and spectators alike.
  • Kington Show (1 mi)
  • A traditional agricultural show with Horses, Cattle, Sheep & Poultry classes culminating with a Grand Parade of Livestock. There will be Dog and Horticultural classes together with Young Farmers and Shearing competitions, something for everyone, even an after show dance. The Carcase Competition, a huge success, with many of the carcases being auctioned later on in the day with someone there to butcher the carcase into smaller joints. With nearly 200 trade stands, many local producers.

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Overall rating: 4.1 out of 5
 We were a party of 7. 4 more joined us for a great dinner. 
Celia / Oct 17
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Kington Museum, Mill Street. (0.2mi, 0.3km)
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