“One can get relatively blasé about the endless meals imbibed when you eat for a living, but now and again a dish comes along that rips away your detachment and jolts you out of such reverie. And The Greyhound in Letcombe Regis does just that.
It shouldn’t have been a surprise mind you. The winning team of Phil Currie and Lidia Dhorne guaranteed the immediate success of the renovated pub near Wantage. Lidia, is the best front-of-house known to man while Phil’s dexterity in the kitchen is renowned. Impressive at the very least, this is one of Oxfordshire’s best food retreats.”
Katherine Macalister, July 2018
“See our fabulous review in the Times' Cool Hotel Guide, where we scored an amazing 9/10...”
Tom Chesshyre, May 2018
““Letcombe Regis locals Martyn Reed and Catriona Galbraith bought this 18th century village pub in 2015 and have transformed it from a dated spit’n’sawdust inn to the thriving hotspot it is today. A family-friendly gastro pub, yes, but also a prime spot for a pint and a ponder – this year it won CAMRA’s Best Country Pub award.”
In May 2018, The Greyhound Inn also won Best Destination Pub at the Muddy Awards for Bucks and Oxon.”
Sascha Way, March 2018
“The ideal country pub for modern people, The Greyhound’s casual and convivial atmosphere belies its well-organised formula: comfort, style and great food. Set in the main street of charming Letcombe Regis, in the Vale of the White Horse Oxfordshire village, you’ll find characterful rooms, a jolly pub with and an atmospheric restaurant serving tasty British cuisine.”
Peter Slee, May 2018
“This quintessential English Inn is the heart and soul of the small village of Letcombe Regis, in the Vale of the White Horse. It offers excellent food, fine wines and real ales, eight bedrooms and a heartfelt welcome, and is a perfect retreat for walkers and cyclists, romantic couples and families.
Telegraph Expert Rating 9/10.”
Cathy Stebbings, August 2016