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#1 of 1 things to do in Aston
Amazing food, great staff, beautiful shop with such lovely pottery on show....can’t wait to go back for some Christmas shopping.
But the unexpected and superbly designed and maintained garden around the car park was worth a visit in its own right.

The Wychwood Brewery

Witney 4.1 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Witney
We spent a fantastic two hours here on the tour, our guide Chris was excellent very informative with a great sense of humour, the sampling after was excellent again very informative from Chris.
Visited this brewery for our friend’s 50th birthday treat (he loves a good beer!) and goodness, what a fabulous time we had! Douglas was our tour guide; the history of brewery, processes involved and tips for tast...

Dancing Trousers Cookery School

Lechlade, UK 6.6 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Lechlade
Starting off with a coffee (or tea if you prefer) and a chat sets the tone for a comfortable and fun day (there's another break later and we got to have some delicious home-made Bakewell tart) What I really loved...
Superb facilities, great fun and another wonderful experience shared also by my Son & Dad, huge thanks again Alexis.

Oxford Bus Museum

Witney 9.0 mi away
#2 of 19 things to do in Witney
There is an annual New year's running day to travel on vintage buses to Witney and Oxford Parkway station as well as a bus museum and a Morris Motors museum.
Spent about two hours looking around bus museum, stacks to see from horse drawn trams to modern buses loads of pictures and information showing history of public transport through the ages.

Crocodiles of the World

Brize Norton 4.9 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Brize Norton
... an amazing experience, one of them even posed for the camera Talking with the croc man himself was my highlight, he's done an amazing job setting up this zoo and we are definitely going back! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
We had a lovely few hours, looking round all the large well set out pens, all the animals had lots of room, you can get close safely to the well kept crocodiles, Galapagos tortoises, comodo dragons plus many more.

The Witney Blanket Hall

Witney 4.6 mi away
#4 of 19 things to do in Witney
Also has a lovely shop at the front selling woollen goods and other crafts and a cosy cafe serving delicious home made pies (including vegetarian), soup, platters, cakes, teas and beer.
... a bite to eat, plus a Pie Shop and a Blanket/Gift shop, with a small museum thrown it for good measure, a wonderful place for a quiet drink outside by the river once the weather warms up, I highly recommend it...

St John the Baptist

Burford, UK 7.9 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Burford
This is a beautiful church set in well kept grounds in a classic Cotswold town, we always pay a visit when in Burford to light a candle for family members both past and present.
The first thing that took our eyes were the 'bale' tombs in the churchyard, tombs with rounded tops which are said to represent the bales of wool from which the town derived its money and reputation in mediaeval t...

Cotswold Woollen Weavers

Lechlade, UK 6.4 mi away
#3 of 17 things to do in Lechlade
For £5.50 I had tomato soup with a cheese scone; the soup was delicious and fresh but the scone was to die for- large, soft and moist yet lightly crumbly with a delicate hint of fresh thyme.
The place is laid out very nicely and has different rooms with stuff: blankets, cushions, toys and cards, tweed clothing and accessories...and a wonderful museum and cafe (including outdoor sitting/picnic area).

Kelmscott Manor

Kelmscott, UK 6.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Kelmscott
In addition to the house, gardens, cafe, and gift shop, the Thames Path is close by and it is a very different area of the Thames compared to London, so serene and peaceful it is hard to believe it is the same river.
The lovely walk from the car park, takes you through the village, past the Memorial Cottages and the Memorial Hall where they had a crafts fair the day we visited (a lot of creative talent!).
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St Mary’s Church

Witney 4.1 mi away
#8 of 19 things to do in Witney
This church is not only beautiful in itself, but it sits in a beautiful location.

Witney & District Museum

Witney 4.5 mi away
#10 of 19 things to do in Witney
For a small museum, run completely by volunteers, it holds a varied display from prehistoric information, through the Witney blanket story to a source of modern information.