An enormous gastro pub which seats hundreds and has a beautiful position right next to the river in Wolvercote. It’s a middle-of-the-road kind of place, super-busy in summer, and you’ll be hard-pushed to find a seat if you haven’t booked. But it has good food and interestingly was one of Inspector Morse’s favourite pubs in an earlier, seedier incarnation.
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The Trout has got to be one of the first pubs I've come across that is perfect in all seasons. Right now, in the spring time you can relax outside with friends as the local wildlife wanders by (last time we saw a peacock) and when the colder months draw in there's nothing better than a hearty meal in their restuarant to warm your cockles.
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Godstow Road Wolvercote Oxford OX2 8PN
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