Orchard Field Lane, Woodstock
- 1 bedroom conversion
- A few minutes walk from Blenheim Palace
- Newly refurbished
- Ensuite bathroom
- Large terrace overlooking the fields
- Parking available
£ 700.00 per week High Season May - September
£ 650.00 per week Low Season October - April
£ 750.00 per week Christmas & New Year exception
Shorter stays available
Minimum of 3 nights
£ 95 per night High Season May - September
£ 115 per night Low Season October - April
£ 130 per night Christmas & New Year Exception
Woodstock is a picturesque, historic market town a short drive 8 miles Northwest of Oxford. Winston Churchill was born in 1874 in Blenheim Palace in Woodstock which is a world Heritage Site often referred to as Britain's greatest palace. He is buried in the nearby village of Bladon.
Woodstock town is a collection of easy-to-explore historic, honey-coloured streets as lovely as any found in the Cotswolds. There are numerous interesting boutiques, interiors shops, unique art galleries and antique shops. The Oxfordshire Museum in the heart of town tells the story of its natural history, Roman developments and archaeological sites. In Woodstock visitors get to enjoy not only the amenities of a bustling town, but also the iconic history of the famous palace and its 2,000 acres of landscaped parklands. A walker's paradise, the grounds of Blenheim include a great lake, beautiful formal gardens and plenty of off-the-beaten track rambles. The towns active local business community makes provision for the everyday needs of visitors with a Post Office, small supermarket and newsagent .When you're ready for a break, you can enjoy eclectic food choices in one of the many tearooms, coffee and cake shops, pubs or restaurants.
The proximity of the palace makes Woodstock a great place to visit all year round. The grounds are particularly captivating in autumn, and there's always something going on, from a Christmas craft fair, BBC's Country file, concerts and Battle Proms, to horse trials and jousting. Blenheim is also often used as film sets with recent productions including The Young Victoria and Gulliver's Travels.
Woodstock is not only ideally situated for visiting the great academic city of Oxford, but also for visiting many other sites of interest, including Rousham House and Gardens, the ethereal abandoned village of Hampton Gay, and even a Roman Villa. Most of all, Woodstock is an ideal starting point for exploring the Cotswolds. You could do a leisurely loop of a drive in just one day and see some of the area's nicest market towns and villages including Burford, Bourton on the Water, Stow on the Wold, Chipping Campden and Broadway.
Orchard Field Lane, Woodstock
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Hanborough Station1.6 miles
- Combe Station2.3 miles
- Tackley Station3.6 miles
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