The Abingdon Arms
The Abingdon Arms is a pub in the beautiful village of Beckley Oxfordshire. Serving seasonal food with local produce, a fantastic selection of local real ales and a very warm welcome. With spectacular views across Otmoor which have inspired the likes of Lewis Carol and Evelyn Waugh. The Abingdon Arms is only four and a half miles from the centre of Oxford, making it the perfect escape from the tourists and hassle of the city. Prime walking country, it's great for those who love nature
Our local beers
An ale selection of local excellence! The Abingdon Arms thrives to also source its beers from local and small breweries in Oxfordshire. We have 3 ales on tap all year round with additional guest ales appearing seasonally. Many of our brewers use spring water from Oxfordshire and it’s yet another reason why we support them! As we try to change our beers regularly, please give us a call to find out what’s on tap.
Otmoor Nature Reserve
We are the closest pub to Otmoor, so perfectly positioned for a delicious meal after a long walk. Otmoor is a haven for wildlife in the heart of Oxfordshire. The visitor trail leads you alongside an expansive floodplain grazing marsh, home to wading birds and wildfowl year round.