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County - Oxfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01869 | code search
Postcode: OX33 | code search
Population: 430
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Horton-cum-Studley is a small village in the Cherwell District of Oxfordshire, 7.4 miles away from the city of Oxford. The village of Horton is one of the seven towns of an area of low lying land called Otmoor, and Studley, with its Priory, only became attached to it later. The Old Weir is the oldest house in Horton-cum-Studley, and reputedly in Oxfordshire, dated to about 1250. Studley Priory was built in 1176 as the Church of St Mary for holy women of the Benedictine order. During the Second World War Studley Priory was used as a hostel for evacuated London BBC staff. The estate was sold and broken up in 1954 when the house and gardens were purchased and established as the present hotel. Other places to eat and drink in the village include the 18th century Otmoor Lodge Hotel on Horton Hill. Warren Farm Centre in Horton-cum-Studley is part of the West Oxfordshire College and sited on a commercial working farm. It was set up to provide education and training in agriculture and horticulture. The Victorian parish church of St. Barnabas stands on the site of the original Horton Chapel. Leisure facilities include The Studley Wood Golf Club, located on The Straight Mile.

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Lodge Hotel (0.23 miles)

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Located approximately seven miles from Oxford city centre, The Lodge is in an easily accessible countryside location. The Lodge has a comtemporary feel, friendly service and a warm atmosphere.

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Talk House (2.41 miles)

Talk House
The Talkhouse is a delightful Inn, set in rural surroundings close to the City of Oxford. Its exposed beams and open fireplaces offer the visitor a warm and relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy great ... More | visit website
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Common Leys Farm (2.78 miles)

Common Leys Farm
Our beautiful Tudor farmhouse in Waterperry Common, Oxfordshire, offers accommodation, gourmet food and relaxing afternoons meeting our animals. Whether you are looking for a relaxing afternoon with cream tea, a holiday or wedding reception, corporate entertainment ... More | visit website
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Holloway Farm House (4.94 miles)

Holloway Farm House

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Whether travelling to Oxford for business or pleasure, or simply passing through, Holloway Farm is conveniently located in Milton Common, Oxfordshire, on the services at junction 8a of the M40 ... More

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Red Mullions Guest House (4.94 miles)

Red Mullions Guest House

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Red Mullions is a welcoming family-run guest house in Headington, Oxford, excellently located for the many hospitals in Headington and the Oxford Brookes University, 10-minutes from central Oxford. A range of rooms ... More

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Oak Tree Copse (4.95 miles)

Oak Tree Copse
Welcome to Oak Tree Copse, a friendly bed and breakfast in Worminghall, set in the beautiful, tranquil Oxford countryside, and is situated just 7 miles from the historical city of Oxford. This means you can ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Oxford Wheatley (5.02 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Pickwick's Guest House (5.03 miles)

Pickwick
Welcome to Pickwick's, a comfortable, friendly, family-run guest house in Oxford.

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Weston Manor Hotel (5.45 miles)

Weston Manor Hotel
With parts dating back to the 11th Century this Country Manor house, set in 12 acres of beautiful gardens, provides the perfect environment for variety of events. Residential or day meetings, Team Building or Private Dining Party, Weddings ... More | visit website
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Oxfordshire Inn (5.50 miles)

Oxfordshire Inn
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The Oxfordshire Inn is set in it own grounds a few minutes drive from the romantic city of Oxford and on the doorstep of Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds. Here ... More

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