The Castle Inn

The Castle Inn, also known as The Round Tower, or Radway Tower, lies on the summit of Edgehill, some 700ft above sea level. Although its postal address is Banbury, Oxfordshire, the village of Edgehill actually nestles about a mile inside the Warwickshire border.

The octagonal tower was started in 1742 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Edgehill and was opened on 3rd September, 1750, the anniversary of Oliver Cromwell's death. It was built by Sanderson Miller, or Millar, who lived in nearby Radway. Miller made a name for himself as a folly builder.

Location

  • Edgehill
  • BANBURY
  • WARWICKSHIRE
  • OX15 6DJ
  • Tel: +44 (0)1295 670255
  • Website

Amenities & Facilities

Real log/coal fires, Public telephone, Pets accepted, Ironing facilities, Garden/patio for guests' use, Central heating throughout, Business facilities (eg. Fax/ modem), Of historic, literary or architectural interest, InnIn countryside, Four poster beds available, Colour TV in all bedrooms, Film or TV location, Castle, On site parking, Car parking, Games room, Serve lunch, Serve evening meal, Serve breakfast, Cater for vegetarians, Bar, Telephone in all bedrooms, Tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms, Radio in all bedrooms, Non smoking rooms available, Modem point in all bedrooms, Hairdryer in all bedrooms, Ground floor bedrooms available,

Travel by road

From A422 From the M40, jct 12, turn to Banbury B4100 to army camp and follow the signs to Edgehill. From jct 11 on the M40 follow the signs to Drayton, Wroxton and Upton House on the A422. Follow the signs to Edgehill at Upton.

By public transport

From Banbury - 8 miles Taxi.