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County - Oxfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01608 | code search
Postcode: OX7 | code search
Population: 2000
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Birthplace of:
Henry Rawlinson
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Folk Customs:
Boars Head Feast
Hunting the Mallard
Magdalen College Oxford Outdoor Sermon
Needle and Thread Ceremony
The Bampton Morris

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Chadlington is a small village set on the slopes of the Evenlode Valley, in the county of Oxfordshire, and is home to nearly two thousand people. There is an interesting mix of architecture with attractive cottages and houses, and an impressive Norman church that's dedicated to St Nicholas. The village dates far back into history to the Anglo Saxons who first settled here, and the Romans who visited nearby. Walkers are drawn to the village which has footpaths and bridleways journeying through glorious Cotswold countryside to Wychwood Forest and the Evenlode River a mile away. There is a picturesque 17th Century Inn, Coffee shop, butchers and an essential General Store.

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Tite Inn

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Chadlington Primary School

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Bell Hotel (2.49 miles)

Bell Hotel

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The Bell is a vibrant, stylish 18th century hotel in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Situated in the centre of Charlbury, an idyllic little town on the edge of the ... More

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The Swan at Ascott (2.69 miles)

The Swan at Ascott

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A quintessential Cotswolds pub and restaurant with five ensuite rooms, equidistant between Oxford and Cheltenham, right on the Oxfordshire Way with its wonderful walking, and close to picture perfect Burford. ... More

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Cottage in the Country (3.04 miles)

Cottage in the Country

Cottage in the Country has been established for over 20 years! Our aim, as always, is to help you find the right holiday home for you and your family. With our intimate knowledge ... More | visit website

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The Kings Arms (3.14 miles)

The Kings Arms
The Kings Arms has been a popular pub since the 17th century, due to its ideal location, friendly service, good food, well kept ales and high quality accommodation. For travellers and tourists taking in ... More | visit website
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Crown & Cushion Hotel (3.26 miles)

Crown & Cushion Hotel

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Originally a 15th century coaching inn, this hotel offers a relaxing home away from home in the heart of the Cotswold's; an area steeped with history. In the past, the Crown and ... More

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Heythrop Park (3.52 miles)

Heythrop Park

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This hotel is a wonderful secret hidden away in a beautiful corner of the Cotswolds, just 20 miles from the historic city of Oxford. Arrive at the sweeping 2-mile drive and see ... More

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The Shaven Crown (3.97 miles)

The Shaven Crown
A warm welcome awaits at the Shaven Crown hotel - one of the ten oldest inns in the country. The inn is set in the heart of the picturesque Cotswold village of Shipton-Under-Wychwood.

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Courtlands Bed & Breakfast (4.05 miles)

Courtlands Bed & Breakfast
Jean and John Fletcher have created a combination of ease, comfort cleanliness and well-known hospitality, non-smoking house and a well cared for garden, have tea in the conservatory or the peaceful garden during the summer.

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The Kingham Plough (4.27 miles)

The Kingham Plough

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The Kingham Plough is a 4* Free House, located opposite the Village Green, in Kingham mid-way between the Cotswold Market Towns of Stow on the Wold, Moreton in Marsh and ... More

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Mill House Hotel (4.33 miles)

Mill House Hotel

An oasis of tranquility dating back to the Domesday Book

For those seeking an ideal Cotswold country house experience, The Mill provides the perfect answer. Located in Kingham, named by Country Life Magazine as England's favourite ... More | visit website

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History has remembered the kings and warriors, because they destroyed; art has remembered the people, because they created - William Morris
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