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Tel code: 01993 | code search
Postcode: OX20 | code search
Population: 250
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Bladon is an attractive village set within the picturesque countryside of the Cotswolds, in the county of Oxfordshire. It has an interesting history from Iron Age settlers, the Romans, and Winston Churchill who was born nearby at Blenheim Palace, and is buried in the village church of St Martin. From small beginings the village thrived with its glove making, and Quarrying for Limestone which was used in many of the impressive buildings in nearby historical Oxford. A stroll around the village will uncover charming cottages with mullion windows some of which date back to the 15th Century. There are two churches, two pubs and tempting tea room to enjoy, and a handful of welcoming B&B's and farmhouses for those who wish to stay a while longer.


St Martin's

Pub and Bar

White House Inn


Bladon C of E Primary School


Park House Antiques Ltd

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Park House (0.10 miles)

Park House

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Park House Bed & Breakfast and Tea Room and is situated in the charming Oxfordshire village of Bladon right next to Woodstock. We are within easy walking distance of Blenheim ... More | visit website

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The Punchbowl Inn (1.22 miles)

The Punchbowl Inn
The Punchbowl Inn dates from the eighteenth century and is situated only 8 miles from Oxford in the historic town of Woodstock. The ideal place to stay for an hour or overnight, this grade 2 listed ... More | visit website
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The Punch Bowl (1.22 miles)

The Punch Bowl
The ideal place to stay for an hour or overnight, this grade 2 listed building with its exposed beams and open fireplaces enjoys a unique atmosphere. Our accommodation facilites were completely refurbished in 2005 ... More | visit website
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The Blenheim Buttery (1.26 miles)

The Blenheim Buttery
The Blenheim Buttery, offers accommodation in the centre of historic Woodstock. A prime location from which you can explore all the wonders Woodstock, Blenheim Palace and the surrounding Cotswolds have to offer.
Comprising of 6 en-suite ... More | visit website
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Hope House (1.26 miles)

Hope House

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Ancestral home to the Money family. Boutique accommodation is offered with a hearty locally sourced organic breakfast served in our Vanbrugh Restaurant. Three spacious (80sqm) suites and an enchanting 3 ... More

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Feathers Hotel (1.27 miles)

Feathers Hotel
The Feathers Hotel, situated in the centre of historic Woodstock, a few miles from the University city of Oxford, is a privately owned and run 17th century country town hotel. Originally seven separate houses, the ... More | visit website
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Town House (1.29 miles)

This listed historical building is situated in the charming town centre of Woodstock. It is just a few minutesí walk from Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. The Town House offers homemade breakfast made ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Burford Cotswolds (2.47 miles)

Travelodge Burford Cotswolds

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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The Chequers Inn (2.61 miles)

A beautiful and imposing three-story Cotswold stone traditional inn. Catering for private ... More | visit website
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Sturdy's Castle Inn (2.87 miles)


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Located on the A4260 Oxford to Banbury Road, Sturdy's Castle is within easy reach of historic Woodstock and Blenheim Palace with the famous city of Oxford just 9 1/2 miles ... More

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