A Traditional Country Pub

Come enjoy a drink with us!

WELCOME

Hello from all of the team


Thank you for visiting the Yew Tree website. We would be delighted to welcome you in person to our lovely  pub and restaurant for drinks or a bite to eat. 


Our menu features simple home-cooked meals made with fresh quality ingredients.  We also have daily specials, and do a mean Sunday Roast which is served between 12noon and 3pm.


If you are planning to visit, we will always do our best to accommodate walk-in diners.  In order not to disappoint, we do recommend advanced bookings, for large groups, or if you have dogs with you and require to be seated in the bar area. 


If you haven't visited the area before, you're in for a treat.  This picturesque little village can be found midway between Banbury and Warwick, at the foot of the beautiful Burton Dassett Hills Country Park.  This makes us extremely popular with walkers and cyclists – and it's also a great place to stop off and recharge your batteries.


As well as the hills, we are close to Farnborough Hall, a National Trust property and its lake which is lovely to walk around with children or pets.  And if you want to call in afterwards we are family and dog-friendly.


We hope you find our website of interest and we look forward to welcoming you to the Yew Tree very soon.  

news & information

FORTNIGHTLY PUB QUIZ WITH A DIFFERENCE

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Every other Tuesday. £2-50 per person entry includes chilli and fries.  See events page for full details. 

Visiting the area

Village Walks

There are a number of walks around the village and surrounding area. Two walks (approx. 3 miles) can be found here 

Bike Rides

The village and surrounding area have been described as a cyclists paradise. There are plenty of routes to choose from depending on your level of ability - some cycling routes as well as additional walking routes can be viewed here

Horse Riding

Avon Dassett is popular with horse riders, there are a number of routes that are suitable for riders as well as walkers and mountain bikers - these can be viewed here 

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