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County - Oxfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01869 | code search
Postcode: OX25 | code search
Population: 540
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Hunting the Mallard
Magdalen College Oxford Outdoor Sermon
Needle and Thread Ceremony
The Bampton Morris

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Godwin's Caravan Park
"We went hoping that the previous negative reviews were exagerated and that improvements had been made. Unfortunately this was not the case. The toilets were filthy - were overflowing and ..." More

Tally Ho Hotel
"Bad Points: Provide two bath/hand towels per room rather than having to ask for a second set. Staff polite but could smile a bit more.

Date visited: 2008-08-19 ..." More

Godwin's Caravan Park
"Very basic site, we have stayed at much better CL's. Owners were only interested in taking money as soon as we arrived at site. Facilities poor, grubby and uncared for. ..." More

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Weston-on-the-Green is a small village in Oxfordshire, near to Bicester and some 12 miles from Oxford. The village has stocks on the green and thatched cottages. Akerman Street, two miles to the north of the village, is a Roman Road. Weston Manor is now a hotel, but the present Baronial Hall was the bailiffs’ court for the Abbott of Osney who owned the house before the dissolution of the monasteries. Local land owning families then resided at Weston Manor until 1917. The building has been a hotel since the 1940s. The village has two pubs: The Chequers and The Ben Jonson. The pub is named after the writer as he was supposed to regularly stop here on his way to Stratford upon Avon to visit his friend William Shakespeare. The Church of Saint Mary's has a tower that dates from the twelfth century, although the main church building was substantially rebuilt in 1741. Nearby is RAF Weston-on-the-Green. The station comes under the control of the nearby RAF Brize Norton and is used for parachute training. The No. 1 Parachute Training School based at RAF Brize Norton uses Weston-on-the-Green regularly as a drop zone. There is also a commercial sky-diving club based there.


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Tally Ho Hotel (0.21 miles)

Tally Ho Hotel

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This stylish, modern and homely hotel in the Oxford area is ideally located for both business and pleasure and offers value and convenience. Enjoy lunch in the lounge, and dinner in Fish ... More

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Weston Manor Hotel (0.40 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 (1.40 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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Dashwood Hotel & Restaurant (2.03 miles)

Dashwood Hotel & Restaurant

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Set just 20 minutes from Oxford, in the village of Kirtlington, The Dashwood is conveniently located near many of the best attractions Oxfordshire has to ... More | visit website

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Jersey Arms Hotel (2.95 miles)

Jersey Arms Hotel

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Possibly one of England's finest coaching inns, certainly the best located, this charming 13th century property is set in the natural beauty of the Cotswolds, within easy reach of Oxford and ... More

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Happylodge (3.41 miles)


Established and operated by a well travelled former company executive with traveller's needs in mind. The relaxing enviorment, personalized service and rich breakfast with several types of juices, and choice of continental and English breakfast, ... More | visit website

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Bell at Hampton (3.41 miles)

Bell at Hampton
A delightful mix of the old and new greets customers who can relax in the panelled Bar. The Bell’s large south facing Terrace is a very popular meeting place to eat and drink on a ... More | visit website
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The Swan Inn (3.82 miles)

The Swan Inn

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The Swan has 5 letting rooms. They share 3 bathrooms. The rooms are simple & functional and have colour televisions and beverage making facilities. We are ideally placed for the ... More

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Kings Arms Hotel (3.97 miles)

Kings Arms Hotel

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Oozing a historic English charm, the 17th-century Kings Arms Hotel is a large and friendly pub with rooms and great-value food. One of Queen Victoria's sons used to consort here with his ... More

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The Plough (4.00 miles)

The Plough
An 18th Century coaching inn in the historic town of Bicester. A short walk from Bicester Village Designer Outlet Village and Bicester town centre. Close to Bicester North Train station. A friendly pub with food ... More | visit website

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