Oxfordshire Large Holiday Houses and Group Accommodation

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The dreaming spires of this famous university town are only part of the picture that make up this vibrant, bustling city. Wander through the cobbled streets streets taking in the historic colleges and their peaceful courtyards as you go, or other famous buildings like the Bodleian Library, Bridge of Sighs or the Radcliffe Camera, visit the Pitt Rivers or Ashmolean museums or step away from the city to the calm of Port Meadow.

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Oxfordshire is a wonderful county in which to base your group excursion with the city of Oxford at its heart. The city of Oxford will enchant you with its 1,500 listed buildings from every major period of British architectural history from the 11th century onwards. College visits can be arranged for groups or punting down the river is another fun group experience in Oxford.

Groups that enjoy stately homes can visit Blenheim, Waddesdon Manor and Buscot Park to name a few gems in Oxfordshire and there is also Bampton to visit – famous now as the Downton village of Downton Abbey.

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Hen groups and ladies weekends away will particularly enjoy Bicester Village to find wonderful bargains at high end stores but mainly Oxfordshire is about charming towns and villages which are connected by old public footpaths and bridleways. Oxfordshire is a great place for walking groups who can enjoy Roman roads, ancient trade routes and long distance paths that have been used by kings, poets and peasants! Book a large holiday cottage with Group Accommodation as a base to explore The Ridgeway National Trail on the Chilterns or the Oxford canal walk which stretches for 83 miles connecting Oxford and Coventry along the continuous canal towpath – crossing only one road on the way! The canal is one of the oldest in the country, and was opened in the late 18th century. The Wychwood Way is a circular 37 miles walk which takes in the heart of the ancient Royal Hunting Forest of Wychwood, through Blenheim Park and along the Roman Akeman Street.

Literary groups will find much to enjoy in Oxford but should time their short break to coincide with one of the many Literary Festivals across the county – with the year kicking off in April in Chipping Norton, Blenheim hosting a Literary Festival in September or you could head for Henley’s event in early October. Blenheim also offers horse trials, food festivals and jousting at different times of the year meaning you can always find something all year round to enjoy for your friends gathering or family holiday in Oxfordshire.

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