Oxford receives a huge influx of visitors every year. Therefore the accommodation here can either be fully booked or quite expensive. A good way of going around this is by staying in some of the towns that are close to it. Here are some of the most popular towns and villages that are known to provide good vacation facilities for their visitors.
The truth is that Oxford is simply a very beautiful city in which it is convenient to segregate a certain number of the young of the nation while they are growing up. Source: - Evelyn Waugh
A great picturesque village
This is a great picturesque village that lies within the countryside. It is also home to one of the most popular hotels in the area, Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons. The houses here are attractively built and it features a number of small old houses as well as cottages.
This village is also home to some extremely large historic houses located at the end of High Street. The atmosphere and the ambience of the place makes it a great place to stay whenever you intend to visit Oxford. It is approximately 10 miles south east of Oxford.
Marsh Baldon village
This is another village that you find accommodation in. It is located 4 miles south east of Oxford. This place is home to the 14th century St. Peter’s Church and the 17th century Baldon House. It is extremely green, thanks to its vegetation and also has a number of neatly stacked houses.
It has a calm nature to it that makes it easy for people to relax in.
Nuneham Courtenay Cottages
It is located 5 miles south east of Oxford. It features uniform rows of cottages on either side of the main road as well as the Harcourt Arboretum. The arboretum is also connected to the Botanic Garden located in Oxford. There is a serene ambience to the place that makes it a great place to stay at for vacationers.
Woodstock is located further away from Oxford but it does offer a number of options in terms of hotels that you can choose from. It also has its own attractions such as the museum of Oxfordshire and Blenheilm Palace which was listed as UNESCO site.
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