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Charlbury - the quintessential Cotswolds town

Set in the gorgeous Evenlode Valley, hidden away among wooded B-roads, Charlbury is a picturesque Cotswolds town in the west of Oxfordshire. A home to lively festivals and many homely pubs, not to mention some great nature trails for walks and cycling, Charlbury is the perfect destination for those craving a country escape in the Oxford area.

Welcome to Banbury

Banbury, one of Oxfordshire's many aesthetic market towns, is situated on the banks of the River Cherwell. Despite a lot of redevelopment and investment in recent years, Banbury still has a range of historic alleys and tucked-away buildings giving it a potent, rustic charm. Aside from the bustling high street, with ancient pubs like The Reindeer, visitors will enjoy checking out attractions like Banbury Museum, Aynhoe House and Park, and Broughton Castle.

See the awe-inspiring Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace is a truly staggering example of Baroque architecture, offering an unforgettable experience for any first-time visitor. The birthplace of Winston Churchill, and home to the 12th Duke of Marlborough, the palace is a designated World Heritage site with a long and fascinating history. Come here to explore magnificent, gilded architecture and stonework, and get an up-close look at a priceless collection of decor and other artefacts.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Charlbury? Travelodge Burford Cotswolds Hotel is a 20-minute drive to the south, and Travelodge Oxford Peartree Hotel can be reached in less than half an hour.