The first two images inside a newly restored historic pub have been shared.

The Bell at Charlbury will reopen in early September after a complete restoration by a new owners Daylesford's in-house team of architects.

The 17th century inn, which has 50 covers, will serve a selection of hearty pub classics with ingredients from local suppliers and growers as well as from the farm at Daylesford Organic.

The bar will remain the heart of the pub, crafted using ash from the Daylesford Estate, while inviting inglenook fireplaces will offer a welcome spot by the fire.

Witney Gazette: The Bell in Charlbury

The Bell Barn, an additional 30-cover open-plan dining room, will be used as a restaurant and will be available for private hire for parties and gatherings with its own open wood-fired grill at the centre.

Diners will also be able to sit in the orchard garden which is just under an acre in size and planted with apple trees and has a stream running through it.

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Twelve bedrooms sit above the pub and The Barn, including a two-bedroom family suite.

"Each bedroom combines comfort with exceptional attention to detail, drawing inspiration from the neighbouring ancient woodland," said Daylesford.

Witney Gazette: The Bell in Charlbury

The fabric of the building has been restored and original features have been sympathetically restored, and local and recycled materials were used for the construction to minimise impact on the environment.

Daylesford said: "The 17th century inn has always been a place for locals to gather and remains a welcoming space for the community, families and visitors to the area."

Daylesford owned by Carole Bamford owns a number of successful modern country inns, including The Maytime Inn at Asthall near Burford and The Fox in Lower Oddington, Gloucestershire.

Lady Bamford acquired her first pub, the Wild Rabbit in Kingham, in 2013.