Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire : local area and dining

Middleton Cheney lies on the borders of Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire and is ideally placed for visiting many local attractions.

It is easily accessible, lying just 3 miles from the M40 (Junction 11) and having direct mainline train services to London and Birmingham from nearby Banbury station.

All the facilities of Middleton Cheney village are within walking distance of Manor Cottage. There are two pubs, a newsagent, chemist, village shop incorporating the Post Office and a public golf course. All Saints Church, which was built in 1302, is famed for its ceilings painted by William Morris in 1865, and for the Pre-Raphaelite stained glass windows by Edward Burne-Jones from the 1870s.

There are numerous places to visit in the local area - more details of these are given on their specific pages.

Within 45 minute's drive are the pretty Cotswold villages of Burford and Stow-on-the-Wold together with historic Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Blenheim Palace and Warwick Castle.

For those with shopping in mind, Bicester Village Designer Outlet is only 15 miles away.

The market town of Banbury is within 4 miles and has a wide selection of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.

Local Dining

There are various pubs serving good food within a short drive (and one within walking distance!) A selection of these :-

The Fox, Farthinghoe 01295-713965
George & Dragon, Chacombe 01295-711500
New Inn, Middleton Cheney 01295-710399
Red Lion, Culworth 01295-760056
Royal Oak, Eydon 01327-263167
Star Inn, Sulgrave 01295-760389
Three Conies, Thorpe Mandeville 01295-711025

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