The Coachmakers Arms Wallingford
The Coachmakers Arms is a delightful pub with dining and accommodation in the Thameside town of Wallingford in South Oxfordshire.
Wallingford is a delightful choice for a short family getaway. The town has most recently become known for providing a host of settings for the hit TV series Midsomer Murders and was home to the greatest crime fiction writer of them all - Dame Agatha Christie who used Wallingford and its surroundings in many of her books.
The Coachmakers Arms a is beautiful Grade 2 listed traditional public house serving Brakspears ales and home cooked food. Comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation is avaliable in our 3 en-suite rooms.