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Holiday lettings in Woodstock are the gateway to the Cotswolds
Holiday lettings in Woodstock are large and luxurious. Houses and apartments are usually well aged, with some dating as far back as the 17th century. Large windows open onto beautiful lush green countryside and spacious gardens where you can let children run around and enjoy the fresh air.
History of Oxfordshire
Woodstock has a long history. Founded in 1163, the region epitomises the charm and beauty of traditional English settlements. One of Oxfordshire's most famous sites is located within Woodstock – Blenheim Palace. Famous for a number of reasons, Blenheim was the birthplace of Winston Churchill in 1874, and is now a UNESCO world heritage site. The town is full of historical buildings, many of which date from the 17th century.
Educational fun and outdoor adventure
Taking children to Oxfordshire can be very rewarding, as it allows them to learn more about England's history but offers the chance to explore the outdoors as well. Let them discover burial mounds, stone circles, manor house gardens, or wide-open parks.
Oxford Castle in the city of Oxford is popular with local parents, and the Ashmolean Museum is one of the most interesting museums in the UK. Woodstock and Oxford also have open-air pools, large play grounds, and a beautiful Botanic Garden located in the grounds of Oxford University.
Experience the Cotswolds
Woodstock is perfectly located to allow visitors to explore the full beauty of the Cotswolds. You have the opportunity to see Blenheim Palace, Rousham Park, and Cotswold Wild Life Park, as well as the many museums and manor houses scattered across the county.
Any village or town in the Cotswolds will display traditional Cotswold Stone cottages complete with their famous thatched roofs. No ancient settlement is complete without Roman Ruins, and North Leigh Roman Villa is an exceptional example. 10 miles from Oxford, the villa is free to enter and has an almost-complete mosaic floor.
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