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For those who want to keep active on holiday: walking, cycling, boating, golf, swimming and watersports

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There’s plenty to do in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds: the attractions include historic houses like Blenheim Palace, animal attractions, museums, gardens, a wonderful theatre and even a number of free attractions including churches and nature reserves; for those wanting activities there’s boating, walking, cycling and watersports, as well as several leisure centres; those after ‘retail therapy’ will find great shopping in the busy market towns, which have an array of independent specialist shops and are particularly well known for their art & antiques and local produce; and if you’re searching for food and drink, there are loads of pubs & restaurants and cafes and tearooms, many serving local produce.

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Heythrop Park Resort Golf

Heythrop Park Resort Golf

A new course with a rich past. Heythrop Park is proud to announce the opening of what is destined to become one of the finest new courses in the U.K...

Heythrop Park Resort Golf

Heythrop Park Resort Golf

The new 7,008 yard par 72 golf course has been designed by renowned golf course...

St John The Baptist Church Burford

Burford - St John the Baptist Church

One of the large Cotswold 'wool churches' built between 1160 and 1475. Items of...

TY Cycles - a comprehensive mobile cycle repair and cycle hire service

Cotswold Cycle Hire

TY Cycles offer quality cycle hire that comes to you, with free collection and...

Witney Lakes Golf Course

Witney Lakes Resort Golf

Located on the edge of the Cotswolds, the Witney Lakes Golf Club is a stunning...

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The Old Grammar School Building in Bampton

Bampton Community Archive

Bampton Archive, originally Bampton Museum, is based in the Vesey Room of the Old Grammar School Building, which many people will recognise from TV...