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Fox Country Inn

Ibstone, Buckinghamshire, England

Fox Country Inn in Ibstone, Buckinghamshire, England
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About Fox Country Inn

Situated in the village of Ibstone, this 300 year old Fox Country Inn is set in the heart of the Chiltern Hills. It features a traditional bar and restaurant, a patio garden, and free Wi-Fi.


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