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Stratford-Upon-Avon
The historical town of Stratford-Upon-Avon, the home of Shakespeare.

Website: Stratford-Upon-Avon

Sulgrave Manor
Sulgrave Manor is the ancestral home of George Washington.

Website: Sulgrave Manor
Telephone: 01295 760205

Warwick Castle
Warwick Castle - capture that magic in one of Britain's finest castle's.

Website: Warwick Castle
Telephone: 0871 2652000

Oxford
Oxford - The City of Dreaming Spires

Website: Oxford

Boddington Reservoir
One of the most promising waterways with catches of up to 150 lbs.

Website: Boddington Reservoir
Telephone: 07740534891

Blenheim Palace
Birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill

Website: Blenheim Palace
Telephone: 02073343922

Canons Ashby House
A beautiful National Trust property

Website: Canons Ashby House
Telephone: 01327 860044

Battlefileld Trail
A 20 miles walk beginning on your doorstep and linking three of England's most important Battlefields running through beautiful countryside.

Website: Battlefileld Trail

Bicester Village
Great shopping - 130 luxury outlet boutiques.

Website: Bicester Village
Telephone: 01869 369055

Upton House
Presented in its 1930's heyday, experience how it was to be a millionaire in that era. Stunning gardens.

Website: Upton House
Telephone: 01295 670266

Great pubs
We are spoilt for choice!
Just ask Doug or Pauline as there is a great chice, although within easy walking distance there is The Griffin and the Rose and Crown http://www.beerintheevening.com/pubs/s/11/11783/Griffin_Inn/Chipping_Warden


Silverstone
Only 12 miles from Silverstone. An ideal place to stay during the Grand Prix.

Clattercote reservoir
Clattercote reservoir was made in the 17th centruy. It used to belong to the nearby Clattercote Abbey, which was once used to house lepers. The pool was used for the lepers to bathe in.
It is a beautiful spot and supposed to be very good fishing.

Website: Clattercote reservoir

Millenium Way
100 miles walk but with circular trips around the Millenium way between 5 and 10 miles, always finishing at a pub!

Website: Millenium Way

Jurassic Way
Can be walked or cycled. Fabulous countryside.

Website: Jurassic Way

Macmillan Way
Another walking or cycling path. 486 miles in total and can be reached less than 4 miles from the shepherd hut

Website: Macmillan Way



 
 
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