The Villages Of The Cotswolds
Hook Norton is a large village mention in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle of AD922 lying between Chipping Norton and
Banbury and is famous for the real-ale that has been brewed at the local brewery for 150 years.
The long main street is lined by buildings of attractive honey-coloured cotswold stone which are beautifully preserved and represent a glorious array of thatched and tiled roofed properties from the 16th, 17th & 18th centuries.
The picturesque village can also be proud of its fine medieval church dedicated to St Peter.
The village is about 9½ miles from Banbury and 11½ miles from Chipping Norton.
If you wish to visit the village, please park with respect to others. There are a few car parking spaces near the village shop.
There are three pub's and excellent village shop.
- Hook Norton Brewery & Visitor Centre
- Hook Norton Pottery & Workshop
- Rollright Stones
- Wyatt Countryside Centre
- Chipping Norton Museum