What’s On at The Maytime Inn

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We have so many exciting new things going on at the Maytime inn in 2020. Here’s a glimpse…

new for 2020

 

All day, every day, Booking required
Gin Tastings


January

Sun 26th January
7:30pm
Quiz NighT

February

Sat 1st February
2:15PM
Six Nations: Wales Vs Italy

Sat 1st February
4:45PM
Six Nations: Ireland Vs Scotland

Sun 2nd February
3:00PM
Six Nations: France Vs England

Sat 8th February
2:15PM
Six Nations: Ireland Vs Wales

Sat 8th February
4:45PM
Six Nations: Scotland Vs England

Sun 9th February
3:00PM
Six Nations: France Vs Italy

Fri 14th February
Valentine’s Day

Sat 22nd February
2:15PM
Six Nations: Italy Vs Scotland

Sat 22nd February
4:45PM
Six Nations: Wales Vs France

sun 23rd February
3:00PM
Six Nations: England Vs Ireland

Sun 23rd February
7:30pm
Quiz NighT

 


March

Sat 7th March
2:15pm
Six Nations: Ireland Vs Italy 

Sat 7th March
4:45pm
Six Nations: England Vs Wales 

Sun 8th March
3:00pm
Six Nations: Scotland Vs France

Sat 14th March
2:15pm
Six Nations: Wales Vs Scotland

Sat 14th March
4:45pm
Six Nations: Italy Vs England

Sat 14th March
8:00pm
Six Nations: France Vs Ireland

Sun 22nd March
Mothering Sunday

Fri 27th March
7:00pm
Wine Night

Sun 29th March
7:30pm
Quiz NighT

April

11-14th April
Easter Bank Holiday

Fri 24th April
7:30pm
Gin Tasting Night

Sun 26th April
7:30pm
Quiz NighT


May

Sun 31st May
7:30pm
Quiz NighT

June

Sun 21st June
Father’s Day

Sun 28th June
7:30pm
Quiz NighT


July

FRI 24TH – SUN 26TH July
7:30pm
THE MAYTIME SUMMER PARTY

Sun 26th July
7:30pm
Quiz NighT

Friday 31st July
7:00pm
Wine Night

August 

Friday 28th August
7:30pm
Gin Tasting Night

Sun 30th August
7:30pm
Quiz NighT


September 

Sun 27th September
7:30pm
Quiz NighT

October

Friday 9th October
7:30pm
Gin Tasting Night

Sun 26th October
7:30pm
Quiz NighT


November

Friday 13th November
7:00pm
Wine Night

Sun 29th November
7:30pm
Quiz NighT

December

Sun 27th December
7:30pm
Quiz NighT

Sun 31st December
New Year’s Eve Party


 

Things to Do

Things to Do

Here is our pick of local places to visit and things to do while visiting The Maytime Inn

Burford – Often referred to as the ‘gateway’ to The Cotswolds, Burford is a beautiful small medieval town only 3 miles away from The Maytime Inn. With its famous High Street sweeping downhill towards the River Windrush, the town has over 12 pubs, multiple cafés and coffee shops, and unique boutiques and gift shops. The town is a must-see while you’re staying with us.

Cotswold Wildlife Park, Burford – Located 2 miles outside of Burford, Cotswold Wildlife Park exhibits over 260 species of animal, set in 160 acres of landscaped parkland and gardens. The park’s collection of animals includes large mammals such as giraffe, tapir, camels, and the Asiatic lion. Visit http://www.cotswoldwildlifepark.co.uk to plan your visit.

Upton Smokery, Burford – Just past Burford off the A40 is the Upton Smokery which specialises in smoked meat, fish, biltong, seasonings, and many more delicious treats to indulge in during your stay and to take home with you as souvenirs https://www.uptonsmokery.co.uk

Bibury – A charming, quintessential Cotswold village located on the River Coln, a 20-minute drive from The Maytime Inn. Known for its honey-coloured 17th century stone cottages with steeply pitched roofs, which once housed local weavers, and its trout farm.

Stow-on-the-Wold – Stow-on-the-Wold is the highest of the Cotswold towns, situated on top of a 800 foot hill at the junction of seven main roads through the Cotswolds, including the Fosse Way, a road of Roman origin. It is a large market town with multiple pubs, cafes, and independent shops. A great town to idle the hours away and only a 20 minute drive from The Maytime Inn.

Blenheim Palace, Woodstock – Blenheim Palace is a monumental country house in Woodstock located 15 miles from The Maytime Inn, towards Oxford. It is the principal residence of the Duke of Marlborough, and the only non-royal, non-episcopal country house in England to hold the title of palace. The palace has vast, stunning parkland to walk around and a number of man-made lakes to admire, while not forgetting the impressive Palace itself which used to be the home of Winston Churchill.

Bicester Designer Shopping Village – Discounted designer shopping at its best with many famous designer labels such as Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Lululemon, Michael Kors, Mulberry, Stella McCartney, and Temperley London to name only a few. Located in Bicester, only 24 miles from The Maytime Inn https://www.tbvsc.com/bicester-village/en

Oxford – The famous university city of Oxford is a 35 minute drive from The Maytime Inn, with its dreaming spires, and 38 historical colleges. Things to do in Oxford include visiting the Ashmolean and Pitt Rivers Museums, strolling through the Botanical Gardens, hiring a boat and punting along The Thames, watching a performance at the Oxford Playhouse, taking afternoon tea at The Randolph, or simply indulging your shopping habits in the newly-built Westgate Centre.

Broadway – Often referred to as ‘The Jewel of The Cotswolds’ Broadway is located in Worcestershire, a 40 minute drive away from The Maytime Inn, at the base of Fish Hill on the Western Cotswold escarpment. The village has a number of independent cafes, pubs, boutiques, gift shops, and an incredible deli to peruse. There are stunning walks around Fish Hill which overlooks the Vale of Evesham one side and the Vale of Chipping Camden on the other, and is topped by the famous Broadway Tower, known as the Highest Little Castle in the Cotswolds.

The Cotswold Distillery, Shipston on Stour – This distillery is the producer of The Maytime Inn’s house gin; a delectable, refreshing, London dry-style gin which is perfectly complimented with bay leaf and fresh grapefruit. The distillery was established in 2014 and is one of only six distilleries in England producing whisky. Pre-booked tours of the distillery are available three times a day, seven days a week, and gin and whisky blending classes are also available for any buddy distillers amongst you *please check the Cotswold Distillery website to understand their current operating hours during the covid-19 pandemic* https://www.cotswoldsdistillery.com

Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe – With a fascinating history that spans over 1000 years, 10 magnificent gardens, and an estate located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this 15th Century castle is located in the picturesque village of Winchcombe near Cheltenham in Gloucestershire, a 40 minute drive from The Maytime Inn.

Cheltenham – Home to the renowned Cheltenham Festival, 4 days of horse jump racing culminating in the Gold Cup, held annually in March at Cheltenham Racecourse. It has many Regency buildings, including the Pittville Pump Room, remnant of its past as a spa town. A great town for the shopaholics amongst you with many of the popular, large, high street brands available. Approximately a 45 minute drive from The Maytime Inn.