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Welcome to The Bat and Ball Inn

Address: Cuddesdon, Denton, Waterstock, OX44 9HJ

Hotel Description

From m40: Exit motorway at junction 8a (The junction with the services on). Head east towards the a40 and as you reach the apex of the bend, you will see a road off to the right signed Wheatley. Turn down this way and follow the road for approx one mile, past Asda and Wheatley Car Sales. You will come to a pub called The Kings Arms, you need to turn left here (where the road forks). Follow this road for approx one mile until you reach a crossroads. (There is a churchyard opposite on the right at this junction) Turn left down a steep hill. At the bottom of this hill, go across the staggered junction. Proceed up the hill towards Garsington, passing a pub called The Railway on your right and a q8 filling station on your left. After approx one mile, you should see a turning on your left into Cuddesdon, we are in the centre of the village. FROM RING ROAD (A4142): Between Cowley and Headington (closer to Cowley) is Horspath Industrial estate. Turn up towards this estate and keep on the main road into Horspath (approx 1 mile). Continue through the village around nasty bend (you will find the Chequers pub on this bend) and out through village underneath rail bridge. Continue up this road up small hill for approx one mile. At the T-junction, turn left towards Wheatley and then first right into Cuddesdon, we are in the centre of the village. FROM SCIENCE PARK (Littlemore/Sandford Area): Turn left out of Science Park and drive to the main roundabout (approx 1-mile). Turn right onto the Watlington road. After about mile, turn right towards Garsington. At the junction, take the right hand fork and proceed towards Wheatley. After about 1 mile, look for the signpost on your right to Cuddesdon. We are about one mile down here in centre of village. Always look out for road signs as they are old fashioned, small and non-reflective. If you do have difficulty, call us and we will guide you in.

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The Hotel Is Located Outside Of The City Center, But...
The hotel is located outside of the city center, but it is easy to get to. It was a very relaxing and enjoyable hotel. I would recommend it to people with a car."

222797,97165377,2007-10-05,4,en,Colleen,Victory Heights Western Australia,AU,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Good,Family with older children,"Clean rooms, excellent breakfast, friendly helpful staff.

Anonymous - 25th Jul, 2007
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Waterstock Golf Club - Oxford - Golf

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Distance 2.3 miles (3.68 km)
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Oxford United Football Club - Football Club

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Distance 3.16 miles (5.06 km)
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Oxford Brookes University - University

Oxford Brookes University - University

Distance 4.41 miles (7.06 km)
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The Oxfordshire Golf Club - Thame - Golf

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Distance 5.14 miles (8.22 km)
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Studley Wood Golf Club - Oxford - Golf

Studley Wood Golf Club - Oxford - Golf

Distance 5.5 miles (8.8 km)
As our name suggests, woods play an important part in the topography of the course. Designed by Simon Gidman, the par 73 course is set in 170 undulating acres of what was once an extensive woodland. Two loops of nine holes play in opposite directions around a 30 acre wood, which lies at the centre of the course. Testing natural hazards come courtesy of 13 lakes, some impressive ground vegetation and a richness of fine, mature trees, most of which are specimen oaks. Great care has been taken to set out the 18 holes in such a way that each fairway and green has its own distinctive character and offers its own particular challenge.