Fuller's reopens The Head of the River

The Head of the River has reopened following a transformative refurbishment.

A pub in Folly Bridge, Oxford, has reopened following a transformative refurbishment. 

Sat on the banks of the Thames, The Head of the River is a Fuller's pub and features a riverside dining area and garden, as well as19 boutique bedrooms.

As part of the refurbishment, The Head of the River is now fully electric – making it Fuller’s first fully electric hotel. The kitchen equipment and all other appliances in the pub and hotel are now powered by electricity. 

The bedrooms have all undergone refurbishments, with some of the rooms having been turned into family accommodation.

New food

On The Head of the River’s new menu, there are dishes such as tandoori lamb kebabs, and miso cauliflower and celeriac kebabs. The new brunch features blueberry American pancakes with lemon thyme compote, mascarpone cream and lemon balm. 

"I’m delighted to reopen The Head of the River fully," says David Oram, general manager of The Head of the River. "Our beautiful riverside dining area, bar and garden reopened earlier in the spring and it’s been wonderful seeing so many people back dining and drinking with us. But now we can offer the full experience with newly refurbished bedrooms. They’ve all been transformed and modernised, to offer the highest level of comfort in the heart of Oxford, so make sure you book a night with us – in one of our famous Oxonian rooms. My team and I look forward to welcoming you."

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