News & Reviews

Read all the latest news & reviews from Wild Thyme.

March accommodation offer

Our accommodation offer extends into March – stay 2 nights or more and get the 2nd night half price (applicable to new bookings only, excludes 14 – 18 March 2017 and subject to availability). 

Christmas Pudding Strudel

This is a great pudding for Boxing Day – it uses up your leftover Christmas pudding to make a delicious dessert, and who doesn’t have a bottle of Bailey’s in their drinks cabinet!! Serves 6 Ingredients: 250g/9oz Christmas pudding, crumbled … Continue reading

Cheesy Sprout Fondue

  A favourite in the Pullen house, fondues are great starters that bring the table together.  This is a recipe that is good on Boxing Day to use up the cooked sprouts from Christmas Day. Serves 6-8 as a starter … Continue reading

Wines of the Moment

To celebrate the Christmas season, Sally has chosen two wonderful wines from our supplier Wine Poole. The white is a the Tinpot Hut Marlborough Pinot Gris which has fragrant aromas of spice, pear and stonefruit mix with underlying notes of … Continue reading

Winners of the Best B&B in the Cotswolds

We are delighted to have won the Best B&B in the Cotswolds (six rooms or less) category in the Cotswold Awards 2016. Our wonderful customers voted for us so a big thank you to them. To check out the other … Continue reading

Christmas season at Wild Thyme

Wild Thyme is truly the perfect venue to celebrate the festivities this Christmas time. Our December Midweek/Lunch menu is just bursting with seasonal dishes and is available lunchtimes Thursday – Saturday and evenings Tuesday – Thursday.  Two courses £25 and … Continue reading

Oxford Networking Lunch Club visit Wild Thyme

We were delighted to welcome the Oxford Networking Lunch Club to Wild Thyme on Tuesday, 11 October – this group meet every month around the county in different restaurants and pubs. The ONLC is organised by Ray Avery of Bloxham … Continue reading

October Wines of the Month

Wild Thyme Restaurant with Rooms have gone all #French for the #October Wines of the Month. Both wines from the #Languedoc region of #France and from #Baron de #Badassiere – the Picpoul de Pinet is a crisp, bone dry white … Continue reading