Chilton - a tiny hamlet with character
A very old village dating back to 1086, Chilton was part of Berkshire until 1974 when there were changes made to the boundary. It's currently home to fewer than 1,000 people - making it ideal for some - and has a number of pubs where you can relax and enjoy timeless food and drinks.
A day out in Didcot
Didcot is only four miles from Chilton and is the largest town in South Oxfordshire. It holds a lot of history and is home to the Great Western Railway Steam engines, a great day out for the entire family with lots of exhibitions and rides on the old steam trains to be enjoyed. This is a famous location and has been used in many films, do you recognise it?
Shopping in Oxford
Oxford isn't too far from Chilton if you fancy a spot of retail therapy. With its high street favourites and old farm shops, antique stores and garden centres, there are plenty of places to pick up souvenirs and gifts. There are also lots of restaurants and bars in which to relax and recharge. Planning a trip to Chilton? Travelodge Sedgefield is only 10 minutes away or the Travelodge Durham Hotel is less than 20 minutes away.