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Despite being famous for its 'city of spires', the university town of Oxford, Oxfordshire is also full of stunning scenery, ancient period buildings, large country parks, and quaint waterside hamlets. This is a perfect location for a glamping holiday amongst England's ancient estates and oldest towns. Oxfordshire is a land-locked county, flanked on both sides by the stunning Cotswolds to the West and the undulating chalky Chiltern Hills to the East. The river Thame runs down towards the capital, with many beautiful rose-laden villages sitting calmly on its banks - Oxfordshire really does rival Kent for the title of Garden of England. Within a short commute from London, Oxfordshire is an accessible county with many hidden delights, just right for a stay in one of our stunning glamping abodes in this area.
Things to do while on your glamping holiday in Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire has something for everyone. Some of the most ancient and beautiful towns in England are within its borders, such as Abingdon-on-Thames, the oldest continuously inhabited town in England, nestled on the bank of the River Thames with stunning riverside parks and waterside pubs. Woodstock's Georgian streets are dotted with English heritage - the 15-century town hall stands near to the Norman church, while the early English musical town clock chimes a tune on the hour.
The county of Oxfordshire has always boasted a strong Royal Heritage, as exemplified by Blenheim Palace. This fantastic World Heritage Site was the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and its fantastic stately home and its landscaped gardens are the home of Countryfile Live. For a more remote history lesson, make your way to Faringdon, where the Folly Tower, the last built in England, stands 100ft high atop a wooded hillside - visit in spring to see the carpet of bluebells that surround this ancient site.
Oxfordshire has as many nature reserves as it does towns, and the best of the bunch is Island Pond Wood near the 1,000-year-old town of Bicester. This is the perfect, peaceful circular route for cyclists and walkers, taking in some of the best natural scenery in the county.
And if you're a Harry Potter fan, take yourself back to Oxford and see if you can spot some of the cobbled streets that were the filming location for these epic tales...
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