Dorothy, in the Wizard of Oz, would have us believe that, “There’s no place like home.” She was wrong! You see, there’s a four bed cottage on Castle Street in Wallingford, Oxfordshire that’s equipped with everything you could wish for and available to rent inclusive of bills.
Oxford, the city of dreaming spires, is a tardis of wonderment with something extraordinary and unexpected squirrelled around each and every corner. With so much on offer it can be difficult to know where to start and where to look, so after much consultation and consideration we’ve come up with our top ten things to do in this inspirational city.
Between world class museums, all the culture a kid could ever dream of (and more), and mile upon mile of hedgerows wriggling with wildlife in the county’s glorious open countryside, Oxfordshire is littered with fun and fascinating days out for little people… and here’s our pick of some of the best:
Romantic hot spots come in many guises; from a twilight picnic at the top of South Park, to a Lady and the Tramp bowl of spaghetti for two at La Cucina or a tiny table for two at the back of the Magdalen Arms...
A brief history of the Oxford pub Shortlisting Oxford’s top ten pubs is no easy task. We whittled a long list down to eighteen of our favourites based upon historic interest, availability of real ales, atmosphere and view.