We are set in spacious surroundings away from the hustle and bustle and yet well located for the city and an excellent location for exploring Oxfordshire and surrounding attractions. We have listed some brief ideas below but there is a full information pack of things to do in the properties. If you would like us to send you a copy of this beforehand then please do not hesitate to ask.
Staying with us
Fishing on the River Cherwell on our 850 meters of private river frontage
Using our punts on the river
We can organise catered dinner parties, group gatherings etc
Walks over open countryside to the north of Oxford. If staying at our B&B, come back to relax by our open fire!
Eating out in Oxfordshire – don’t want to cook or book?
There are a wide range of restaurants to suit all tastes and price brackets in Oxford and the surrounding villages, from Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir to a great fish and chip shop in nearby Headington. If you’re unsure where to go then we can assist you with your choice and book your table for you.
There are fantastic local and historic pubs and inns to visit in the area.
Local Oxford attractions
Oxford University – 3 miles
Oxford museums including Ashmolean, Pitt Rivers etc – 3 miles
Oxford Botanic Garden – 3 miles
Blenheim Palace – 7 miles
There are a number of local golf courses who admit visitors. The nearest is North Oxford Golf Club, 1.5 miles away.
Warwick Castle – 45 miles
Stratford upon Avon – Visit Shakespeare’s birthplace and visit the theatre – 38 miles
London – 50 miles
Stowe landscape gardens – 27 miles
Legoland – 42 miles
Visit Bourton on the Water in the Cotswolds – 29 miles
Top ten Ideas / things to do:
Take a tour of the university’s many beautiful colleges and chapels
Visit Blenheim Palace
Punt down the river for lunch at the Victoria Arms
Go on Bill Spectres Ghost Tour of Oxford
Go shopping at Bicester Village designer outlet
Attend a concert at the Sheldonian theatre
Go walking in the Cotswolds
Follow part of the Thames Path through Oxford’s historic Port Meadow and visit The Trout for lunch
See the shrunken heads at the Pitt Rivers museum or the newly renovated Ashmolean museum