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Situated in the historical district, this hotel is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from Chipping Norton Golf Club, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Rollright Stones and Chastleton ...
Crown and Cushion Hotel£38Crown and Cushion Hotel£38
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 ...
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The delightfully picturesque market town of Chipping Norton looks like something from a picture postcard in its neatness, charm and colour. It's actually a buzzing centre of local activity and is known as the 'Gateway to the Cotswold's', an area of outstanding natural beauty that attracts visitors to this part of the United Kingdom throughout the year. Chipping Norton has a particularly good choice of restaurants and other eateries, so when you stay in a local Oxfordshire hotel, guesthouse or B&B you'll never be short on decent venues for wining and dining. The high street of Chipping Norton is famous for its range of upmarket boutiques and independent designer outlets, so there's always plenty to do here throughout the year.
Chipping Norton is home to one of Oxfordshire's award-winning theatres, whose rich and varied programme includes cutting-edge experimental productions as well as old favourites such as pantomimes and music hall numbers. The museum of local history is also a popular cultural venue, and you'll have quick and easy access to both from a hotel or guesthouse in this part of rural Oxfordshire. The Chipping Norton calendar of events includes such popular delights as the Literary Festival, and at the weekly market you'll be able to sample the local produce, fresh and seasonal. Chipping Norton basically has everything you'd expect from a traditional English market town.
Chipping Norton, in common with most of the cities and towns of Oxfordshire, has more than its fair share of listed buildings. This part of the UK is especially rich in heritage attractions, and the church here, for instance, is Grade I listed and well worth a visit from your nearby Oxfordshire hotel. Many visitors to Chipping Norton use their hotel or B&B as a base for exploring farther afield and enjoying the surrounding countryside. Fairytale Farm and the Rollright Stones are just a couple of the popular attractions in the immediate area of Chipping Norton, and walking is also very popular as an activity in its own right.