Church Street, Stratton Audley, OX27 9AG | 01869 277225
The Red Lion
The Red Lion is a warm and welcoming traditional country pub located in the quaint village of Stratton Audley. With a warm fire for those cold wintery nights and a lovely walled garden to enjoy the sunshine in the summer, its the perfect place to come and enjoy anytime of the year and we happily welcome any 4 legged friends you might bring with you.
Unfortunately, due to recent renovations and Covid-19, the pub is not serving food inside, however, in the garden sits "the Food Shack" which serves simple and delicious finger food for you to enjoy with your drink. For more info, take a nosey at the Food Shack page in the menu above.
Here at the pub we have protocols in place to allow you to enjoy the pub in the safest way while still ensuring you get that "pub" experience. On arrival to the pub we ask that you sign in and sanitise, please wear a mask when moving around the pub, take a seat and our lovely staff will be over to take your order. Due to the government guidelines,we ask that you visit in groups no larger than 6 and are sorry to inform you that the pub will be closed at 9.55pm with last orders taken at 9.30pm.
Right, thats the boring stuff done with, we look forward to you visiting us soon.
After 15 years in the pub, landlord Frank O'Neill has decided that his days of pulling pints are over and he has handed the pub to new management and exciting new times are on the horizon.
Over lockdown there has been an incredible and impressive amount of clearing, cleaning, demolition, rebuilding, and painting work by locals who have generously given their time and expertise completely free of charge. The lovely but tired old pub is getting a complete overhaul and you really won't recognise it when you see it. We can't thank the team of volunteers enough for helping to get pub ready for this new chapter.
A Note to our Customers
We can't wait to welcome you into The red lion, be it your first visit or your local drinking hole. We would like to remind all our visitors that parking is on the road side so we would appreciate you being respectful to the villagers by making sure you car is parked as close to the kerb as possible to allow plenty of space for cars, emergency vechiles and at this time of the year, large agricultural machinery to pass. Many thanks for your co-oporation.