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Woodstock

Woodstock

This picturesque market town is located a short distance from the university city of Oxford, within the charming county of Oxfordshire. The magnificent Cotswolds are within easy reach, providing some of the country’s most beautiful landscape to explore, from long walks up the hills to the Severn Valley, to bike rides along the many pathways. The area also has a wealth of cultural attractions, with many impressive country houses and historic sites of interest to visit. The town itself offers visitors the opportunity to visit a number of independent and quirky shops for antiques and gifts, as well as tearooms and inns full of character. Oxford is a short drive away with a variety of museums, galleries and more to explore.

We love Woodstock because...

  • Picturesque market town
  • Nearby scenic Cotswolds
  • Close to Oxford
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Hotels
Hotels in Woodstock
Macdonald Bear Hotel
Park St Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire OX20 1SZ

This hotel has aspects of the 13th century shining through in its public areas and individually styled rooms; the result being a charming hotel full of personality.

2 nights from
£126.50pp
Macdonald Bear Hotel
Park St Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire OX20 1SZ

This hotel has aspects of the 13th century shining through in its public areas and individually styled rooms; the result being a charming hotel full of personality.

In and around Woodstock

Pitt Rivers Museum

This fascinating Oxford-based museum is home to a huge and eclectic collection of archaeological and anthropological artefacts and exhibitions, which are drawn from the University of Oxford, offering a glimpse into other cultures across history. The museum now holds over 5,000 items, which including Pacific arts and relics, Native American collections and much more.

Oxford Castle

This magnificent Norman castle was first established in the 12th century, this castle played an important role in the English civil war before being turned into a prison within the last 200 years. Today, it’s home to an excellent museum detailing its fascinating history through a range of exhibits, exhibitions and relics.

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. It was erected in 1705 and is the birthplace of the great Sir Winston Churchill. Guided tours are available and 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 and playground.

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