Red Lion Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking
Photos of Red Lion Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Red Lion Hotel Banbury
Travel Blogs from Banbury
Set off for Liverpool. No hold ups on the notorious M25. Stopped at Upton House, near Banbury. Weekend home of Viscount Bearsted, dating from 1400s, full of wonderful paintings and china. They were preparing for a special exhibition, "The Country House at War", to explain how the house became home to the family owned bank in 1939.
Then on to Ombersley to spend a lovely evening with Barbara, my late cousin John's wife. Great to catch up again, as we had stayed there in ...
... years, claims to be the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world.
Beautifully uniformed soldiers constantly march from post to post, from the upper ward to the lower ward, between the wards and up and down the city streets. Tourists blocking the procession receive a loud and harsh "MAKEWAY FOR THE GUARD!" - everyone scatters.
Our guide ends the tour directly in front of ...
Today we set out early to arrive at Windsor in time to find parking n stroll to the Castle in time for Changing of the Guard. We did it with time to spare. Lining the street were many spectators and Community Event Wardens who just at the crucial moment hovered right in front of us, aaahhhhh! we managed regardless. In an effort to avoid the masses we sat for a morning tea of coffee n went 1/3ds in a scone ...
... so you couldn't see much of what was really there. All of it combined to be like smoked mushrooms on toast, with that earthy, forest-floor kind of thing. Liam couldn't watch Eva put it in her mouth, and to his surprise she did not pass out or swoon. She then happily proclaimed it was great...and to increase Liam's horror she came back for MORE!!!!!!!! That pushed Juls to try it too, which she did (after a few deep breaths, like she was preparing to eat this for ...
... so much of the royal family, whose history and celebrity fascinates me, but I was standing in the places they stood and looking at the things they saw when it all actually happened, and it was beautiful. This was my Amanda Bynes moment in What A Girl Wants (the movie-- not her life) where she is standing in the portrait room looking at all the people who have lead this country, except, I didn't dramatically change my leather skirt in for a sensible shift dress and ...