Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Oundle
Places to eat & drink in Oundle.
An ancient and tranquil market town, Oundle is surrounded on three sides by the River Nene. Its 13th century church has a remarkable 200ft spire and is a local landmark. The town dates back to Saxon times and has many narrow streets and intimate alleyways.
The Talbot Inn was rebuilt in 1626 with stone from nearby Fotheringhay Castle, the place where Mary Queen of Scots was beheaded in 1587. Cotterstock Hall, a 17th century manor house possessing splendid gardens, is where the 17th century poet and dramatist John Dryden penned many of his Fables.
Oundle is well-known for its ancient public school - endowed in 1556 by one-time Lord Mayor of London William Laxton - and is has become a popular yachting centre.
We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a
small selection of those available in Oundle
or surrounding areas.