The Falkland Arms offers an ideal base for exploring The Cotswolds, Oxford or Stratford
You can explore the lanes and admire the charm of traditional thatched cottages. The village and its church of St. Michael and All Angels date from the 14th Century and have been beautifully preserved. The village became a conservation area in 1978 and much of it is still owned by the Great Tew Estate. To find out more about the village, use the links below.
See a Virtual Tour of Great Tew
Official Cotswolds Site
Guide to Oxfordshire Cotswolds
Oxford City Tourist Information
North Oxfordshire (The Cherwell Valley) Tourist Information
Vale of the White Horse Tourist Information
South Oxfordshire Tourist Information
Birmingham International Airport Information
Heathrow International Airport Information
Guide to Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Oxfordshire CC Countryside Access Information
Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) Site
Oxfordshire Farmers’ Markets Information
The pub itself is named after Lucius Cary, Viscount Falkland, a Royalist who was killed at the battle of Newbury in 1643. For more information, click here.
Located on the edge of the Cotswolds, Great Tew makes an excellent base for visits to Woodstock and Blenheim Palace or Stow, Burford and Bibury. Banbury and the M40 are less than 10 miles away. Also, Oxford is just 40 minutes by car so we are a popular venue for parents attending university graduations.
We are within easy reach of Cheltenham and Chippenham. Also nearby are Stratford and Warwick, home of the famous castle. Another favourite with our visitors include the Rollright Stones and the antique shops of Chipping Norton and Stow.