The Village Horton-cum-Studley is approximately six and half miles north-east from the centre of Oxford.
Traditionally Horton-cum-Studley is a rural community although statistics now define the population also being home to many professionals who work in Oxford and the surrounding areas such as Bister, High Wycombe and West London.
With a popular village school Horton-cum-Studley has a large number of young professional families living there, many are from the healthcare and educational areas of work.
The village church (Church of St Barnabas) was built around 1867 and is a listed building, it has Polychrome brick with limestone ashlar dressings; plain tile roof and stained glass windows. More information about Horton-cum-Studley’s church can be found on the British Listed Buildings Website.
The nearest pub to Horton-cum-Studley is the Abington Arms in Beckley although there is a hotel based in the village (Otmoor Lodge Hotel) but the bar is only open to residents of the hotel.
If your looking for fresh farm produce then Mr Finns is the place to go, established in 1998 Mr Finn Butchers range of products vary from Beckley pork, Boarstall lamb and beef, sausages, pies, bacon and a fantastic range of local seasonal vegetables.
Days out with the kids in Horton-cum-Studley might mean venturing out from the village but luckily not too far.
There are many more places to visit for a great day out but not forgetting that Horton-cum-Studley is only six and half miles outside of Oxford means that its very accessible to enjoy the sights and night life that Oxford has to offer, not forgetting that being so close to Oxford, a taxi to and from Horton-cum-Studley isn’t going to break the bank.
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