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Nearby food, drink and attractions.
Oxfordshire has some truly wonderful locations and attractions. From stunning walks and gardens to amazing bistro pubs and shopping centres!
Food and Drink! (most importantly)
Stratton Audley Barn
Owners Richard and Sara have created a beautiful shop and Cafe, right on the doorstep, enjoy Breakfast, Lunch or delicious Cakes, either in the Cafe or delivered to your room!
The Red Lion
Based just a couple hundred meters away (280 to be exact!) it's our closest pub which serves food, as a traditional English pub should!
The Trigger Pond
The Trigger Pond is perfect for a glass of fizz with the girls, a pint of real ale at the bar or a relaxed yet impressive lunch or dinner. It’s the perfect spot for a weekend get-togthers in the country, or for private family parties. We offers bespoke meals and can arrange exclusive hire or small weddings. We have the best beer garden in the vicinity and aim to simply deliver the the best Sunday roast for miles.
The most popular place In all of Oxfordshire, BV is large shopping outlet only 2 miles away in which shops like Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Prada and many more sell their clothes and products and a discounted rate! They also have loads of little restaurants and places to eat within it! definitely worth a visit!
01869 323 200
At its heart, Bicester Heritage has a vision: to secure a robust and dynamic future for motoring past, present and future, the businesses that serve this market, the people who work in those businesses and the owners and enthusiasts who enjoy their specialist vehicles.
01869 327 928
The scale and beauty of Stowe have attracted visitors for over 300 years. Picture-perfect views, winding paths, lakeside walks and temples create a timeless landscape, reflecting the changing seasons. Full of hidden meaning, the gardens were created as an earthly paradise and still cast their spell today. If you don't have a national trust membership thats fine, entry is still pretty cheap!!
Ashmolean Museum Oxford
The Ashmolean is the University of Oxford’s museum of art and archaeology, founded in 1683. Our world famous collections range from Egyptian mummies to contemporary art, telling human stories across cultures and across time.
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