Steeped in history yet with a thoroughly contemporary twist, The Trout Inn is a 17th century pub that provides a truly special setting to dine, drink and catch up with family and friends.
Positioned on the banks of the River Thames in Lower Wolvercote, North of Oxford, The Trout Inn is a unique British pub that provides the ultimate destination to escape the demands that come hand in hand with everyday life.
With its stylish interiors, distinctive features, and links to literacy and historic greats such as Lewis Carroll, Colin Dexter’s Inspector Morse, Rosamund the Fair, and King Henry II, this pub will open your eyes to a world of fascinating history and culture.
Recently refurbished to a high standard, The Trout Inn is a great space to relax, indulge and socialise in stylish, sophisticated and welcoming surroundings.
A pub for people with great taste, The Trout Inn is the perfect spot to catch up with friends, enjoy a lunch with a co-worker, or treat yourself to a three-course meal with your favourite people in our restaurant. Inside you’ll find a whole host of unique focal points including roaring log fires, an ultra stylish dining room and, most importantly, a generous selection of foods, wines, ales and lagers.
From light bites and classic favourites through to meals for your little ones and scrumptious Sunday Roasts, there’s something for everyone at The Trout Inn. So whether a milestone birthday is looming or you’re looking for a relaxed yet stylish space to catch up with the family, The Trout Inn is sure to meet your needs.