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Tel code: 01367 | code search
Postcode: SN7 | code search
Population: 530
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Buckland is a pretty village set deep in the Oxfordshire countryside in the Vale of the White Horse, and is home to just over five hundred people. There's a mixture of picturesque thatched cottages, and mellow Cotswold stone houses lining the roads, and an impressive 12th Century church that's dedicated to St Mary, The village dates back to the 10th Century, and grew with the building of houses and dwellings for the workers and servants of nearby Buckland Manor. There's a definite pleasant feel to this unspoilt village where footpaths, and cycle tracks weave across stunning countryside, and the award winning 18th Century village pub offers a warm welcome


The Trout Inn at Tadpole Bridge

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The Trout Inn at Tadpole Bridge

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The Trout Inn at Tadpole Bridge (1.14 miles)

The Trout Inn at Tadpole Bridge
Itís not a very well known fact that the source of the River Thames is in the Cotswolds. As the river slowly flows on to London, it leads through some of the most beautiful and ... More | visit website
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Chequers Inn (3.04 miles)

Chequers Inn

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Roberta and Husnu welcome you to The Chequers Inn, a charming and peaceful characteristic countryside inn, with recently refurbished and decorated 3-en suite letting rooms and pleasant dining areas, overlooking the village green ... More

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Fallowfields Country House Hotel & Restaurant (3.38 miles)

Fallowfields Country House Hotel & Restaurant
Fallowfields Country House Hotel offers an exquisite retreat in rural Oxfordshire, set within 12 acres of magnificent gardens. Exuding an effortless blend of contemporary style and traditional character, the hotel provides luxury accommodation and a beautiful venue ... More | visit website
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The Old Crown Coaching Inn (3.62 miles)

The Old Crown Coaching Inn

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In the heart of the quiet market town, this charming former coaching inn dates back to the 16th century and has retained its original cobbled courtyard and fountain. The hotel's central location ... More

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The Bell Hotel (3.62 miles)

The Bell Hotel
Small 14th Century family run, friendly hotel in the idyllic town of Faringdon, lots of quirky features, old beams and uneven floors add to its character. Large restaurant with an extensive menu and family friendly ... More | visit website
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Sudbury House Hotel (4.31 miles)

Sudbury House Hotel

Nestling on the edge of the Cotswolds between Oxford and Swindon, the hotel is an easy drive from the M4 and M40 offering traditional comforts with modern facilities including satellite television. Nine acres of ... More | visit website

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The Eagle (4.94 miles)

The Eagle
Treat yourself to a complete and extraordinary experience at The Eagle. Whether you come for a drink, dinner, or for a weekend stay we are committed to make you feel special and welcome. We are more ... More | visit website

National Trust Cottages (5.58 miles)

National Trust Cottages

An unusual example of estate workers' housing within a traditional estate. This delightful cottage, at the end of the row, retains many original features and stands in peaceful surroundings with views over the Oxfordshire countryside. It ... More

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La Fontana (5.68 miles)

La Fontana
La Fontana is a Italian family run Restaurant with Accommodation since 1988. Situated on the outskirts of a small, Oxfordshire village.We have 15 spacious bedrooms all of which are en-suite. Deluxe Double features ... More | visit website
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Plough Inn (5.84 miles)

Plough Inn
The Plough Inn in Kelmscott at the end of the 17th century. It was originally a watering hole for famous artist William Morris and through the years encumbranced a village shop and bakery, with bread ovens ... More | visit website

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