THE STORY OF The Cape Of Good Hope

A spacious, welcoming Oxford pub, The Cape of Good Hope is renowned for its eclectic taste in music, drawing in many students from the city’s famous universities.  Part and parcel of local history, the pub remains a popular spot on The Plain for after-work drinks, a mid-week bite to eat and weekend nights out.

The Cape of Good Hope’s unique beer garden makes it all the more appealing for a visit during the summer – with ample seating, cosy booths and patio heaters for days when the weather is a little more Britain than Bahamas…There are also seats at the front of the pub for those who love to people watch.

Conveniently located for Iffley, Cowley and Headington, as well as a great spot for relaxation and refreshment whilst visiting Oxford city centre and its oodles of historic sites, The Cape of Good Hope is easy to find but perhaps a little harder to leave…