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Have you ever considered a farm and country stay into Oxfordshire? It may be the home of the UK's top education institution, but there is a lot more to the county of Oxfordshire than just the University campus.

Farm Stay offers a wide range of B&B accommodation and self-catering cottages and glamping in rural locations throughout Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds. 

Located on the border of Berkshire, Warwickshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire and Gloucestershire, the county is centrally located and accessible from most parts of the country. Just an hour from London by train or a quick drive on the M40 motorway.

The main city in the county is Oxford, but the smaller towns of Bicester, Kidlington and Banbury are just as notable for their tourist attractions.

The popular designer outlet shopping area Bicester Village attracts keen shoppers from all over the world.  The shopping village seems a world away from the hustle bustle of shopping in London.

If shopping doesn't fit in with your ideal farm holiday, then places like Blenheim Palace, Broughton Castle and Chastleton House will surely fit in with the farm and countryside theme of your break.

The honey coloured stone Cotswold villages are a delight to explore with characterful pubs and pretty cottages.

If you prefer the outdoors, the  Chiltern Hills with hundreds of Kites circling above should also be visited during your stay in Oxfordshire. The outstanding area of natural beauty will give you a feel of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire countryside admired and appreciated by all visitors.

Large parts of the glorious Cotswolds area of outstanding natural beauty are found in Oxfordshire with superb walking follow wonderful routes such as the Darcy Dalton way or the Macmillan Way. The northern parts of the Cotswolds area are a hidden gem crossing the county borders into Warwickshire and Gloucestershire.

The Chilterns, Oxfordshire

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