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Postcode: OX20 | code search
Population: 510
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Killingworth Castle Inn
"Good Points: Comfortable beds.Plenty of hot water. Excellent food and cheerful service Bad Points: Noise from the occupants of the room upstairs, they seem to be walking about all night ! General ..." More

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Wootton is a village in West Oxfordshire, near the town of Woodstock. To distinguish it from another village of the same name in Oxfordshire – Wootton, Vale of White Horse – it is often referred to as Wootton-by-Woodstock. The medieval parish church of St Mary the Virgin is shared with the neighbouring villages of Glympton and Kiddington. A large part of the older area of Wootton is built on the side of a hill. The church is situated at the top of the hill. Many of the village buildings are made from Cotswold stone. The village contains two pubs, both serving food, the 17th century Kings Head Inn and the Killingworth Castle Inn. The historic town of Woodstock is just over a mile down the road and is home to Blenheim Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where Winston Churchill was born in 1874. At the centre of Woodstock is Market Place where the Town Hall is to be found. Park Street goes towards the Town Gate, one of the entrances to Blenheim Palace. Oxford Street runs along the bottom part of the town, forming a ‘triangle’ where most of the town’s shops are situated. The Oxfordshire Museum, the county museum of Oxfordshire, is housed in a large historic house, Fletcher’s House, in the centre of Woodstock.

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Killingworth Castle Inn (0.46 miles)

Killingworth Castle Inn

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Dating back to 1637, this coaching inn is situated on the ancient Worcester to London road (B4027), on the edge of picturesque Wootton village, just 2 miles from Woodstock. Ideally located ... More

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Duke of Marlborough (0.60 miles)

Duke of Marlborough

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Nestled just minutes from the hustle and bustle of the historic town of Woodstock, our hotel, close to Blenheim Palace, is a gem of Great British inns.

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Sturdy's Castle Inn (1.67 miles)


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Located on the A4260 Oxford to Banbury Road, Sturdy's Castle is within easy reach of historic Woodstock and Blenheim Palace with the famous city of Oxford just 9 1/2 miles ... More

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Town House (1.82 miles)

This listed historical building is situated in the charming town centre of Woodstock. It is just a few minutes’ walk from Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. The Town House offers homemade breakfast made ... More | visit website
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Feathers Hotel (1.84 miles)

Feathers Hotel
The Feathers Hotel, situated in the centre of historic Woodstock, a few miles from the University city of Oxford, is a privately owned and run 17th century country town hotel. Originally seven separate houses, the ... More | visit website
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The Blenheim Buttery (1.85 miles)

The Blenheim Buttery
The Blenheim Buttery, offers accommodation in the centre of historic Woodstock. A prime location from which you can explore all the wonders Woodstock, Blenheim Palace and the surrounding Cotswolds have to offer.
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Hope House (1.86 miles)

Hope House

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Ancestral home to the Money family. Boutique accommodation is offered with a hearty locally sourced organic breakfast served in our Vanbrugh Restaurant. Three spacious (80sqm) suites and an enchanting 3 ... More

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The Punch Bowl (1.90 miles)

The Punch Bowl
The ideal place to stay for an hour or overnight, this grade 2 listed building with its exposed beams and open fireplaces enjoys a unique atmosphere. Our accommodation facilites were completely refurbished in 2005 ... More | visit website
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The Punchbowl Inn (1.90 miles)

The Punchbowl Inn
The Punchbowl Inn dates from the eighteenth century and is situated only 8 miles from Oxford in the historic town of Woodstock. The ideal place to stay for an hour or overnight, this grade 2 listed ... More | visit website
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Bell at Hampton (2.49 miles)

Bell at Hampton
A delightful mix of the old and new greets customers who can relax in the panelled Bar. The Bell’s large south facing Terrace is a very popular meeting place to eat and drink on a ... More | visit website

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