A British Cotswold Inn brimming with rich history, The Sun Inn is undoubtedly the perfect spot for a delicious feast or simply a round of drinks in front of the fireplace. Nestled in the beautiful village of Hook Norton, we offer a contemporary dining experience combined with a traditional pub atmosphere (our range of Hook Norton ales & continental beers are a must!)
With the picturesque towns of Chipping Norton, Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh within close proximity, this is the perfect destination pub for dog walkers – so please bring your companion with you.
New Team taking over The Sun Inn from 1st November.
Mark & Claire Higgs, along with Executive Chef Matthew Ayers & General Manager Alex Waddell, are pleased to announce the re-opening of The Sun Inn, Hook Norton. The Team, who currently run the hugely successful Castle at Edgehill, are set to open the doors on a new era for The Sun Inn from the 1st November.
Mark Higgs – Licencee / Director
I have been running pubs for the last 11 years & can proudly say that I have successfully achieved my goals in each one of the sites that I have been involved with. I am extremely passionate about delivering a consistent, fun dining experience & with that, a place in which both guests & staff feel comfortable.
Interesting Fact: I have twin boys and play off a golf handicap of 7.
Matthew Ayers – Chef Patron
I have worked as the Head Chef at The Castle at Edgehill for the last 3 years & have a real passion for locally sourced food. I thrive off sharing my love for cooking with my guests & it is this love & dedication that I want to bring to The Sun.
Interesting Fact: I have 4 boys aged between 1 & 7.
Alex Waddell – General Manager
For the last 12 months, I have been situated in London working as a part of the management team for an Italian Tapas Restaurant. Prior to that, I lived in Cheltenham working for the Lucky Onion group & yes, I missed the Cotswolds!
Interesting Fact: I can run a marathon in under 3 hours 15 minutes & have a first class degree in English Literature.