Are you visiting Oxford or Neighbouring areas?

A Place to Rest

With an abundance of things to do in the Oxford area, the priory also offers bedrooms within the priory, each equipped with an ensuite as well as a breakfast service! So, why not use our venue as a base for your travels?

We are 5 minutes from the A34 Oxford junction, at the top of a hill overlooking the spires of Oxford.  Near the junction is the Redbridge park and ride, where it is easy to leave your car and take a bus into the centre of Oxford. There are several lovely walks and cycle rides from the Priory. There are pubs and restaurants within 10 minutes drive.

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    Explore Oxford

    Visiting Oxford, UK offers a delightful blend of history, culture, and academic charm. Begin your exploration with a stroll through the magnificent Oxford University campus, home to iconic landmarks like the Bodleian Library, Radcliffe Camera, and the Sheldonian Theatre.

    Immerse yourself in the scholarly atmosphere by touring the colleges, such as Christ Church and Magdalen, where illustrious minds like Lewis Carroll and J.R.R. Tolkien once walked. The Ashmolean Museum, with its extensive collection spanning art and archaeology, is a must-visit cultural gem.

    Take a leisurely punt along the serene River Cherwell or explore the picturesque Botanic Garden for a tranquil escape. Delve into Oxford’s literary legacy by visiting the Eagle and Child pub, a famed meeting spot for the Inklings, and stroll down the quaint cobbled streets of the city center, discovering independent bookshops and charming cafes. Wrap up your day with a visit to the historic Covered Market, offering a diverse array of local crafts, food, and unique finds.

    Oxford’s timeless beauty and intellectual allure promise a truly enriching experience!

    The surrounding area of Oxford is a tapestry of picturesque landscapes and quaint villages, providing a perfect complement to the city’s academic ambiance.

    Just a short drive from the city center, the Cotswolds unfold with their rolling hills and charming stone-built villages like Burford and Woodstock. Blenheim Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, stands proudly in Woodstock and offers not only breathtaking architecture and gardens but also a glimpse into English history.

    To the south, the Chiltern Hills showcase scenic walking trails and idyllic countryside vistas. A visit to the historic town of Abingdon along the Thames River introduces you to its ancient market square and captivating riverside scenery. The surrounding area of Oxford invites exploration beyond the city limits, providing a diverse palette of natural beauty and cultural heritage to enrich your visit.