Set in a delightful corner of the Oxfordshire village of Chadlington, The Tite Inn has for 400 years offered locals and visiors alike,hospitality and a good range of food and ales. Recently re-opened after being closed for 18 months, and refurbished to a high standard, the pub has recaptured the olde worlde homely atmosphere and charm missing from so many pubs these days. It has a lovely beer garden, a real suntrap on those warm sunny evenings. Traditional english home cooked food is offered from 12.00-2.30pm & 6.30-9.00pm Tuesdays to Saturdays, with Sunday Lunch 12.00- 3.00pm . The food is well priced (most main courses are circa Â£10), and booking is probably advisable. As there are many good walks around the area, why not use the Tite car park as a base, and call in for a bar snack and a pint at the end! We regularly have walking groups doing just that. You can be sure of a very warm welcome at all times and we look forward to seeing you soon.