June 7 - August 6
June 18 @ 9:00 am - November 2 @ 5:00 pm
July 19 - August 31
August 21 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
August 23 - 24
The Merry Miller
This is one village pub and restaurant where attention to detail is paramount,come expecting sheer excellence in a relaxed atmosphere! The welcome is friendly, the service impeccable with a varied menu that is sure to tempt all palates.
The Feathered Nest Country Inn
The Feathered Nest Country Inn, a country pub, restaurant and inn set in the picturesque village of Nether Westcote and …
The Manor At Weston On The Green
The Manor at Weston-on-the-Green set in lush Oxfordshire, a stone-throw from Cotswolds. Proud of its 900-year-old history, the Manor is today a …
The Lambert Arms
Refurbished to an exceptional standard, The Lambert Arms is an original coaching inn just 15 minutes from Oxford at the …
he Tally Ho Hotel is a perfect blend of the modern and traditional. The main building was converted from a …
Welcome to Oxfordshire
If you are a tourist with a pique to counties in South East England, then it is a must to visit and know Oxfordshire. Located at the middle of Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Wiltshire and Gluocestershire, the Oxfordshire is a county that offers unique culture and history, as well as exquisite venues worth remembering.
The county’s main city where most people are centered is Oxford. Oxford is known to be the most ethnically diverse cities in the United Kingdom. It towns more than 150,000 citizens. Aside from Oxford, other major settlements in Oxfordshire are Banbury, Bicester, Kidlington, Chipping Norton, Didcot and Abingdon.
Generally, Oxfordshire prides its top brass educational institutions and tourist industries. One of these prestigious educational institutions that are housed at Oxfordshire is the Oxford University. Oxford University has already top caliber geniuses and notable individuals in their respective fields. To name a few of them, Lester B Pearson (Prime Minister of Canada, 1963-1968 and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize) and Stephen Hawkings (highly celebrated physicist and author of the bestseller, A Brief History of Time) were all products of Oxford University.
Oxfordshire is also noted for a high concentration of performance motorsport companies and facilities like the Britain’s Motorsport Valley—one of the producers of Formula 1 cars. Aside from that, Oxfordshire has a concentration of some local biotechnological companies.
There are a lot of places of interest located in Oxfordshire. The Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway — a rail station powered by steam and diesel locomotives are one of the good sites to go if one is to visit Oxfordshire. The county is also rich with historical and educational museums for public utilization. The Ashmolean Museum of the Oxford University, the Cogges Manor Farm Museum in Witney and the Wallingford Musem are among of the must-visits museums in Oxfordshire.
Oxfordshire is indeed a dynamic and progressive county in South England. Its industries, institutions, tourist spots as well as its people are the reasons why people should not miss visiting Oxfordshire when going to United Kingdom.
Map over Oxfordshire