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THE Norman Knight

Welcome to the Norman Knight, situated in the picturesque Warwickshire village of Whichford.


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TUESDAY (Evenings Only)
Fresh Grimsby Cod, Handcut Chips and Peas - £7.50
Fresh Grimsby Haddock, Handcut chips and Peas - £9.50

A bottle of Red Knight, White Knight or Pink Knight House Wines for only £10.

Two char-grilled steaks with all the trimmings PLUS a bottle of House Wine for £30.


Bottle of Prosecco for £15 - Lets Celebrate the Weekend

Our great value and very popular carvery with all the trimmings still only £9.95 per person.


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The Norman Knight in Whichford is a traditional country inn, which retains all its character and atmosphere, yet offers exceptional food, drink and facilities.

Set within beautiful surroundings in a Grade 4 conservation area on the border of Warwickshire and Oxfordshire in the Cotswold District, it is an ideal base from which to experience your visit or stay.

The Norman Knight has for years been a favourite for those seeking a truly unspoilt rural break, being halfway between Stratford-on-Avon and Oxford and yet close to the classic Cotswolds towns of Moreton-in-Marsh, Stow on the Wold, Burford and Broadway.

The Norman Knight sells some of the best real ales (including our own) and traditional local fare prepared by an outstanding team, together with exceptional service, all combine to make your visit really special and quite magical.

Whichford is a hugely popular area for walkers (see seperate page on suggested walks in this area), and there are golf courses, fishing lakes, swimming pools, tennis courts and riding stables nearby.

The name of the pub reflects the history of the village.

"Wicford" is recorded in William the Conqueror's Doomsday book, and we know that Sir John de Mohun and the Knights of Dunster held the manors, the church and the castle here until about 1340.

The castle is now long gone, but the beautiful Norman church still remains.