Explore Wheatley's peculiar past
An attractive large village just off the A40 in Oxfordshire, Wheatley has some fascinating history - including Wheatley Manor House on the High Street, which was built in 1601, and the Wheatley Lock-Up, a bizarre pyramid-shaped cell once used to lock up drunks overnight, but today is simply a quirky tourist attraction.
Take in some stunning scenery
Wheatley is just a few miles away from the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With such a renowned site almost on the doorstep, it's well worth getting out and about to take in some of the walking, cycling, photography or birdwatching opportunities that the Chilterns provide.
Take a trip around historic Oxford
The famous city of Oxford is five miles from Wheatley, and is recommended for its blend of stunning architecture, historical sites and modern attractions. The shopping in Oxford is superb, and there are also several excellent restaurants scattered throughout.
Looking for a cheap hotel in Wheatley? Travelodge Oxford Wheatley Hotel is ideal, while the Nearby Travelodge Oxford Abingdon Road Hotel and Travelodge Oxford Peartree Hotel are convenient for the city.