Witney

Witney’s position at the edge of Cotswold sheep country led to its development as a weaving centre and eventual fame as a blanket producer. Attractions in this fine old market town include its one-handed clock, and of course its setting on the River Windrush... Read More

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Oxfordshire Young Farmers County Show
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Eynsham Hall

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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Witney Four Pillars Hotel

Witney Four Pillars Hotel

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Built in the old Cotswold style, the hotel offers all modern facilities and is ideally situated 10 miles from Oxford and 7 miles from Burford.
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Bird in Hand

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 Fleece

The Fleece

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Located in central Witney, overlooking The Church Green The Fleece is stylish and charming with a very friendly welcome. Excellent food and cosy rooms.situated on the border of the cotswolds ... More

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The Marlborough

The Marlborough

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Set in the historic market town of Witney, this former Georgian coaching inn overlooks the bustling town square. The Marlborough staff are the friendliest in town. We aim to please and ... More

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The Chequers Inn

A beautiful and imposing three-story Cotswold stone traditional inn. Catering for private ... More | Double Room: £65 | visit website

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