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Wallingford

Wallingford

The charming old market town of Wallingford is located on the sparkling shores of the River Thames, a short journey away from Oxford and its many idyllic attractions and historical landmarks. The town itself provides a number of boutique independent shops, traditional English architecture, quaint restaurants and sites of historical interest. The lock-free stretch of river, which snakes through the town, makes for some excellent walking routes, allowing visitors to explore a number of nearby towns and villages. The town is also known as one of the best locations to view Anglo Saxon fortifications, with some of the best preserved in the country surrounding the town.

We love Wallingford because...

  • Overlooks River Thames
  • Close to Oxford
  • Historic Anglo Saxon fortifications
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Hotels in Wallingford
Shillingford Bridge Hotel
Shillingford Hill, Wallingford, Wallingford OX10 8LZ

The red-roofed Shillingford Bridge Hotel is located on the beautiful banks of the River Thames and offers easy access to Oxfordshire's most interesting attractions.

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£ 104.50pp
Shillingford Bridge Hotel
Shillingford Hill, Wallingford, Wallingford OX10 8LZ

The red-roofed Shillingford Bridge Hotel is located on the beautiful banks of the River Thames and offers easy access to Oxfordshire's most interesting attractions.

In and around Wallingford

Pendon Museum

This wonderful heritage museum allows visitors to travel back in time to see the area as it was in the 20’s and 30’s. Visitors can enjoy a fascinating 90-minute tour around the three galleries, which feature model landscapes, buildings and trains. Gain an insight into the landscape of locomotives and the railway lines through the area in times gone by.

Blenheim Palace

This iconic country house is a national treasure, owing to its rich history, outstanding architecture and monumental size. One of the largest houses in Britain, the building is the residence of the Dukes of Marlborough and was erected in 1705 and is the birthplace of the great Sir Winston Churchill. Guided tours are available which take visitors on a journey through the splendour of the interior, while explaining more about the history of the building. Guests can also enjoy the 2,000 acres of beautiful parklands and formal gardens, complete with a miniature train, butterfly house, playground and a maze.

Beale Park

This fun-filled wildlife park features collections of exotic animals, farm animals and birdlife, as well as beautiful landscaped gardens and woodlands. The park is famous for the many beautiful peacocks, which roam the park. Visitors can enjoy taking leisurely strolls through the countryside, or viewing the many species of fantastic animals hosted at the park.

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