Kings Sutton located in South Northamptonshire (despite their address being Oxfordshire!) lies in the valley of the River Cherwell.
The village is not only charming but brilliantly connected. Kings Sutton railway station is 5 minutes’ walk from the pub. Built in 1850 and only one hour from London mainline stations.
Ten minutes from the M40 junction 10 and Banbury (famous for being situated in the centre of England) makes The White Horse a great meeting place from all directions.
Kings Sutton is also fantastic for country side walking routes (tested extensive by Julie and Rusty the pub dog).
There is a large children’s play area on our village green opposite the Millennium Hall. Just a short stroll from the pub if your children need entertaining!
For more information on the beautiful village and surrounding area please visit kingsutton.org.
Places of interest for your day out.
Places to walk/explore
At the Oxford Canal in Banbury you will find the oldest working dry dock in Britain.
Follow the link to find out some more information and for a free map: https://canalrivertrust.org
You can also hire narrow boats from Kings Sutton https://www.narrowboatholidays.com
Take a tour around the distillery, set in picturesque Cotswold surroundings. Sample the whiskey and award winning gin produced here.
Upton House and Gardens, Near Banbury OX156HT
Deddington Castle, OX150TP
A small, dog friendly, medieval site.
Broughton Castle, Banbury, OX156HT
The world famous shopping centre, Bicester Village is only 10 miles from Kings Sutton – roughly 20-25 minutes drive.
You can also get a train.
National Herb Centre
Also has fantastic views and walks from the centre after you have done a bit of shopping.
There are several antiques stores in the local area,
Here are a couple that the staff would personally recommend.
Kings Sutton is only 20 minutes by train to Oxford City Centre where there is so much to see and do.
The new Westgate Shopping centre has just been opened.