Rose Revived Inn
The Rose Revived Innis a 16th Century Inn set on the banks of the River Thames in idyllic surroundings at Newbridge, in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside. Despite the name, the bridge is one of the oldest crossing pints on the Thames. The Inn is a favourite overnight stopping point for walkers on the Thames Path. The oldest part of the building has an inglenook fireplace which with its log fire in winter is a romantic room to unwind
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