A bit more about Woodstock, once a coach stop around the Royal Hunting Lodge later became the site of Blenheim Palace which was the home of the Dukes of Marlborough since the 1700s.
For Woodstock’s history alone it is an ideal place to visit and stay, there is plenty of characterful accommodation to relax and rest in while exploring this magnificent town.
Woodstock naturally hosts its visitors and residents everyday needs with the local amenities such as the Post Office, bank, supermarket, newsagent, cafes restaurants & galleries and not forgetting its wide range of shops all conveniently found in the town centre.
Being a typical old English town Woodstock wouldn’t be complete if it didn’t have its own market place, town hall and church and all within a couple of minutes from each other.
Woodstock’s visitors will always be spoilt for choice with accommodation, at present there are 8 hotels, 11 bed and breakfasts and choice of 5 rental accommodations including Woodstock Manor House.
Woodstock has a choice of six public houses, The Punch Bowl, The Star Inn, The Black Prince, The Kings Head, Rock of Gibraltar & The Woodstock Arms, each serving fine wines, ales ale and food.
Woodstock houses a variety of places to eat ranging from traditional fish and chips to Indian and Chinese food in fact, there are a rooms, coffee shops and restaurants and three takeaways.
Woodstock has plenty so see and visit when staying,
There of course Blenheim Palace, Blenheim Town Gate and not too far away is Bicester shopping Village, Bladon and Combe Mill
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