The Ferryman Inn at Bablock Hythe
The Ferryman Inn, Oxfordshire is located on the banks of the River Thames about 10 miles from Oxford on the Thames Path making this a beautiful location to relax, drink, eat and sleep.
Steeped in history, The Ferryman Inn is one of the oldest ferry crossing points still in use today and made famous by the Matthew Arnold poem “The Scholar Gypsy”
“…….For most, I know, thou lov’st retired ground!
Thee at the ferry Oxford riders blithe,
Returning home on summer-nights, have met
Crossing the stripling Thames at Bab-lock-hithe……..”
Matthew Arnold ( 1822-1888)
The Ferryman has lots to offer whether you are looking for somewhere to stay, somewhere to dine or just relax with a pint! Book now for Mothers Day lunch – 26th March.
- 6 Ensuite bedrooms
- The Fishermans Bar
- The River Lounge Bar
- 40 seater restaurant
- Large function room
- Extensive riverside terrace and lawn area
- Slipway for boats up to 25 foot in length
- Large car park
- 2 miles of Fishing