Visitor Guide

Local (within 1 hours drive from Woodstock)

Blenheim Palace – (100 yards) - home of the 11th Duke of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.

Woodstock Museum – (100 yards) - Three floors devoted to local history. See the Money family Royal Warrant.

Bladon – (2 miles) - Resting place of Sir Winston Churchill.

Bicester Village Designer Outlet – (5 miles) - Designer label shopping.

Daylesford Organic Farm - Hay Barn Spa and organic produce farm shop

Oxford City – (5 miles) - City of dreaming spires, famous for its University, history and architecture.

Kirtlington Polo Club – (5 miles)  - Set in glorious English countryside.

Frilford Heath Golf Club - (10 miles) - One of the south's top exclusive private Golf clubs. Three championship heathland courses. Free day membership, visitor green fees apply.

Bibury – (21 miles) - A charming Cotswold village and trout farm.

Le Manoir Aux Quatre Saisons - ( 14 miles) - Raymond Blanc's 2 Michelin star restaurant and hotel.

Waddesdon Manor – (16 miles) - Renaissance style chateau designed in 1874 for the Rothschilds.

Broughton Castle - (17 miles) - Britains most beautiful castle.

Stratford-Upon-Avon – (30 miles) – Shakespeare's home. Home of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company.

Cotswold Wildlife Park – (14 miles) - Exhibits all manner of animals, reptiles, and insects.

Ahmolean Museum - (5 miles) - Museum of art and arhaeology in the heart of Oxford.

Pitt Rivers Museum - (5 miles) - Museum of anthropology and archaeology in Oxford City Centre.

Museum of Natural History - (5 miles) - Museum of geology and zoology in Oxford.

Hell Fire Caves - (30 miles) - Caves dug by hand in the 1700s.

Stratford Butterfly Farm - (32 miles) - The UK's largest tropical buttefrly paradise.

Cotswold Falconry Centre - (22 miles) - Witness free flying birds of prey demonstrations.

Oxford Castle - (5 miles) - Explore the 18th century castle led by costumed character guides.

Oxford Botanical Gardens - (5 miles) - Visit the oldest botanical garden in Britain along with herbaceous borders and glasshouses.

Oxford Colleges - (5 miles) - Visit the colleges in the heart of Oxford such as Jesus, Magdalen and Trinity Colleges.

Waterperry Gardens - (16 miles) - Eight acre ornametal gardens, orchard, gift barn and teashop.

Rousham House and Garden - (6 miles) - This 17th century house and garden remains almost unchanged since it was first designed and built.

Oxford's Covered Market - (5 miles) - Historic, indoor market in the city centre of Oxford.

Henley on Thames - (33 miles) - A beautiful market town in Oxfordshire by the River Thames.

Regional – (within 2 hours drive from Woodstock)

London - London is world famous for its dining scene. Claridge's offers afternoon tea and there are multiple celebrity chef restaurants to choose from. There are many tours and attractions from the British Museum to the London Eye as well as amazing markets, independent stores and department stores events for shopping. Have the perfect evening in London in the best clubs, pubs, theatres, bars, and casinos.

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Birmingham –Visit Cadbury's World - the chocolate factory, the National Sea Life Centre, Birmigham's Science Museum, Winterbourne House and Garden, Stoneleigh Abbey and one of the largest shopping centres in the UK, the Bullring, which includes the iconic Selfridges.

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Warwick Castle – Built by William the Conquerer in 1068.

Click here to find more information about the 1100th anniversary of Warcick Castle.

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The Money family are no longer offering Hotel style services at their ancestral home - Hope House.

Please contact Sammie Steepe at Penny and Sinclair for information on short and long lets for Hope House, Malt House and Six Bells apartment.
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