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County - Oxfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01993 | code search
Postcode: OX7 | code search
Population: 1200
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Courtlands Bed & Breakfast
"What a fantastic find! This B&B has 5* cleanliness, hospitality and breakfasts. We were welcomed, shown to our rooms and given a jug of fresh milk. The tea and coffee ..." More

The Shaven Crown
"Fantastic, unique period Pub/Hotel set in 700 year old buildings around a small coutyard. Real ale, good wine, very friendly welcome. Top quality fresh food and wide scoping menu - ..." More

Lamb Inn
"Good Points: The staff were unobtrusive for most of the stay but were always nearby and helpful when you needed them. The pub was cosy and stocked with a limited ..." More

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Shipton under Wychwood is a village in West Oxfordshire, on the banks of the River Evenlode. It takes its name from its location in the historic forest of Wychwood. The village is established around Shipton Court, the estate of the Lacey family. The parish church of St. Mary has a tower of circa 1200-1250 and a 15th century vaulted porch. It contains a 15th century stone pulpit, a large font of the same period and a Tudor wall monument. The 15th century Shaven Crown Hotel overlooks the village green and was once a guest house run by the monks of Bruern Abbey. The village has two other pubs: The Lamb Inn and The Red Horse on the High Street. About 2 miles south-east is the farmhouse of Langley, a largely mid-19th century building on the site of a royal hunting lodge built for Henry VII to use when hunting in the Wychwood Forest. Shipton-under-Wychwood is on the Oxfordshire Way footpath, which can be used to walk westwards up the Evenlode Valley to Bruern Abbey, or eastwards down the valley to Charlbury. Shipton Cricket Club has won the ‘National Village Knockout’ twice in recent years, playing the final of this competition at Lords.

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The Shaven Crown (0.22 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 (0.41 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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Lamb Inn (0.64 miles)

Lamb Inn

Set in the picturesque village of Shipton-under-Wychwood, The Lamb Inn is a beautiful Cotswold stone inn. The property is unlike any other, with five unique and luxurious en-suite guest rooms. A delightful restaurant and inn, with ... More | visit website

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The Swan at Ascott (1.40 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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High Lodge Farm Bed & Breakfast (1.65 miles)

Dating back to the 1830s, this beautiful B&B close to the historical town of Burford in Oxfordshire, is steeped in history and is situated in the heart of the Cotswolds in 450 acres of working ... More | visit website
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Bould Farm (2.63 miles)

Bould Farm
Our C17th Cotswold farmhouse is set in a large garden overlooking beautiful countryside. Bould Farm is a 400-acre family farm, run by Gwyn and Lynne Meyrick with son Robert. We farm sheep and arable crops. ... More | visit website
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Mill House Hotel (3.36 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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Kings Head Inn & Restaurant (3.45 miles)

Kings Head Inn & Restaurant
The family owned village inn is one of the most highly reputed in the Cotswolds and it is not hard to see why. At the heart of the village, set on the village green with ... More | visit website
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Tollgate Inn (3.63 miles)

Tollgate Inn
Situated in the idyllic Cotswold village of Kingham, the Tollgate Inn & Restaurant offers guests something a little different from the norm.
A Grade II listed Georgian farmhouse dating back to 1720 and built from characteristic ... More | visit website
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The Kingham Plough (3.78 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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