Local Attractions

Woodstock is an ideal base to visit the Cotswolds, Oxford, and Stratford-upon-Avon.

Woodstock in Oxfordshire is only a one hour drive from Heathrow Airport, Birmingham and Cheltenham and is only five minutes away from Oxford Airport. Hamilton House Bed & Breakfast is also less than one hour away from:

The Cotswolds – Stow on the wold – Bourton-on-the-Water – Sudeley Castle – Hidcote Manor
Burford – Warwick Castle – Stratford-upon-Avon – Moreton-in-Marsh – Arboretum and falconry

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  • A World Heritage site
  • Home of the 11th Duke of Marlborough
  • Birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill


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Be of good cheer. The hour of your deliverance will come.
The soul of freedom is deathless. It cannot and will not perish:
Winston Churchill — Broadcast, London, 11th September 1940



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To call a man an Oxford man is to pay him the highest compliment
that can be paid to a human being.



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Art exhibitions in and around Oxford for sculpture, painting, conceptual installations, illustration and more. Plus artists’ work showcased online, includes local museums with regular art exhibits.



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Oxford Botanic Gardens is the oldest botanic garden in Britain. For more than 375 years this walled garden, built before the English Civil War, has stood on the bank of the River Cherwell in the centre of Oxford.