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Situated in a rural location, this property is close to Chastleton House. Area attractions also include Rollright Stones and Chipping Norton Golf Club.
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Located in a rural location, this family-friendly hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Chipping Norton Golf Club, Blenheim Palace and Oxfordshire Museum. West Witney ...
The landscape of Oxfordshire is a rich and multi-faceted one, with verdant river valleys meandering across green fields and through low hills, sprinkled liberally with delightful villages and cultural centres like Oxford. For visitors to this rural idyll, it's great to know that there are numerous different accommodation options here, from boutique hotels to pretty little guesthouses and B&B establishments. Whether you want to stay out in the countryside or in the centre of Oxford, the choice is entirely down to you and your needs. Chipping Norton Golf Club is one of many country clubs that dot the Oxfordshire landscape and offer visitors and members a pleasant and relaxing stay.
When you're based at a luxury hotel such as Cotswolds Hotel & Spa or the Cotswolds Hotel & Spa, both in Chipping Norton, you'll be able to get to Chipping Norton Golf Club easily by car or even walking. This is an 18-hole golf course that covers over 6,000 yards of clipped grass and bunkers, offering all levels of golfing enthusiast a challenge to suit their abilities. The course is set out over two distinct loops and consists of tree-lined fairways designed to provide golfers with a suitably diverse terrain to test their skills. The National Club Golfer Magazine chose it as one of their Top 3 Oxfordshire courses, and it certainly lives up to its reputation!
The Chipping Norton Golf Club course is renowned for its interesting water features, which derive from the near proximity of the River Glyme. Play a par 3 over the club's well-stocked lake, home to numerous lost balls, whilst enjoying the clean country air. The standards are exceptionally high here, and the club is also at the highest point in the Cotswolds for golf, with the excellent drainage guaranteeing play all year round. If you don't want to spend all of your time playing golf, there are plenty of other things to see and do in the immediate area of the club, not least of which is the delightful market town of Chipping Norton itself.