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is the ideal place to stay for its own interesting history, to see Blenheim Palace, or to visit Winston Churchill's grave at nearby Bladon.
Oxford City with its colleges, museums and dreaming spires is within easy access by bus or car.
The town has an active local business community and makes provision for the everyday needs of visitors and residents alike: Post Office, bank, supermarket, newsagent, cafes, restaurants, galleries and a wide range of shops are all situated in the town centre.
The local people are always willing to assist visitors with honesty and a smile.
At the centre of Woodstock is 'Market Place' and the Town Hall. From there, Park Street goes down to the Blenheim Palace's 'Town Gate', passing the Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene on the left. The Town Hall lies at the apex of a triangle made up of High Street on one side, Market Street on the other and Oxford Street at the baseBlenheim Palace attracts visitors from across the globe.
The palace was built between 1705 and 1722. This magnificent palace is home of the Duke of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Today, the palace entertains many hundreds of thousands of visitors each year
with tours of the palace and it’s grounds as well as hosting a variety of events including the Countryfile Fair, The Literary Festival, The Blenheim Food Festival, Blenheim Triathlon, Blenheim Flower Show, The Nocturne Concerts, The Battle Proms and many more.Oxford - One of the world's most famous university cities, Oxford is a privileged place.
It is steeped in history and studded with august buildings, yet it maintains the feel of a young town, thanks to its large student population. The elegant honey-coloured buildings
of the colleges that make up the university wrap around tranquil courtyards along narrow cobbled lanes, and inside their grounds, a studious calm reigns. Just as in Cambridge, the existence of 'town' beside 'gown' makes it more than simply a bookish place of learning.
The university buildings are scattered throughout the city, with the most important and architecturally significant in the centre. Jericho, in the northwest, is the trendy, artsy end of town, with slick bars, restaurants and an art-house cinema, as well as the wonderfully tranquil Port Meadow.
East Oxford is a diverse area packed with fantastic cheap places to eat and drink. Further out, in the salubrious northern suburb of Summertown, you'll find upmarket restaurants and bars.