The Bear Inn is one of Oxford's oldest pubs supposedly dating back to 1242. The present building dates to the early 17th century and consists of a few small wood panelled rooms that are decorated with hundreds and hundreds of ties from schools, colleges and organisations around the world. the photo shows the small drinking area near the front entrance of the pub. It has enough room for no more than half a dozen people and has its own access to the small bar. You can view more photos and read a review of the pub on Travels with Beer.
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