Woodstock and Oxford Holiday Cottages
What to do

Blenheim Palace

blenheim-palace.pngBest known for being the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace was built in the early 1700’s and is the main residence for the Duke of Marlborough.

Today the palace, the park and the gardens are open to visitors and, for very good reason, it is one of the most popular Cotswold tourist attractions.

Set a whole day aside, bring a picnic and make sure you leave having taken it all in, as there is so much to see and so many interesting facts to learn.

The gift shop at Blenheim Palace.. we’re tempted to call it “The Mother of all Gift Shops”, so fabulous is it! It takes the concept of the traditional gift shop and brings it forward into something that is just so much more. Wonderful products that celebrate the history of the country as well as Blenheim Palace, mixed with products that accentuate all things British and all things country style.

Perspective

A lively, little shop in the town centre of Woodstock specialising in gifts, children’s clothing and toys, jewellery and gifts.

POD Shop

One of Oxford’s most exciting gift- and home wares stores, carrying over 800 different brands, Pod Shop on the High Street should be on your list of shops to visit when in Oxford.

www.thepodcompany.co.uk

The Ashmolean

ashmolean-oxford.pngCreated in 1908 by combining the original Ashmolean Museum and the Oxford University Art Collection, The Ashmolean is an internationally acclaimed gallery in this country for being a world-class museum of archaeology and art.

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