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Population: 2990
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"Family weekend - good quality food - great rooms - staff friendly and attentive. We all (22 of us) had a great time, the staff did very well coping ..." More

Cotswold View Touring Park
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"Good Points: Accommodation was clean and bright. Staff were very friendly and helpful

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Charlbury is a small northwest Oxfordshire market town bordering the Cotswolds. It stands on a hillside overlooking the Evenlode river and the Wychwood forest. The town was made prosperous during the 18th century thanks to its glove making industry. Charlbury's parish church of St.Mary the Virgin is 17th Century in origin. The town has recently become well known locally for the annual Charlbury Riverside Festival, a free rock and world music festival held on Mill Field, once the location of an old watermill. Another popular event is the Beer Festival with food and live music also on offer. This event normally takes place on the second Saturday in July. Also in July is the Cornbury Festival, a weekend long music festival taking place in part of the Cornbury Park Estate, owned by Lord Rotherwick. There is also an annual street fair in mid September. Charlbury has a number of small shops including a small supermarket, as well as four pubs and a café. The small green, known as Playing Close, has a series of attractive cottages looking across to a little neo-Jacobean drinking fountain. Charlbury also has a recently renovated town museum in Market Street, open mainly at weekends, exhibiting the traditional crafts and industries of the town.


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Bell Hotel (0.26 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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Bird in Hand (3.63 miles)

Bird in Hand

Located in Oxfordshire, North of Witney on the B4022, just outside the small village of Hailey - this classic Cotswolds hotel is in an ideal location in the heart of the country within a few ... More | visit website

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The Swan at Ascott (3.88 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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Duke of Marlborough (4.20 miles)

Duke of Marlborough

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Nestled just minutes from the hustle and bustle of the historic town of Woodstock, our hotel, close to Blenheim Palace, is a gem of Great British inns.

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Heythrop Park (4.25 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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Killingworth Castle Inn (4.75 miles)

Killingworth Castle Inn

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Dating back to 1637, this coaching inn is situated on the ancient Worcester to London road (B4027), on the edge of picturesque Wootton village, just 2 miles from Woodstock. Ideally located ... More

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Eynsham Hall (4.83 miles)

Eynsham Hall

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Set in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside, Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed manor house nestled in 3,000 acres of beautiful gardens and parkland close to Witney in ... More

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Courtlands Bed & Breakfast (5.22 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 Shaven Crown (5.24 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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Cottage in the Country (5.37 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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