Since the 12th century Oxford evolved to become an internationally renowned University City which now has over 40 colleges and 20,000 plus students.
Oxford offers stunning medieval buildings, one of the best surviving covered markets in England, an illustrious literary tradition featuring J K Tolkein, C S Lewis and Lewis Carroll and for a generation is now bound up with Harry Potter.
You can spend a day in Oxford, seeing some of the colleges and discovering its other treasures. It is also easily combined with other destinations such as Windsor, Blenheim or the Cotswolds to make a great day out.
Home to the Dukes Of Marlborough since the early 1700’s (currently the 12th Duke) this baroque masterpiece delights visitors with its architectural splendour and spectacular lands spanning some 2,400 acres.
Blenheim is a "must see" for Churchill fans as the place of his birth, the place of his proposal to his wife and subject of many of his paintings.
Designated an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, the Cotswolds are a range of limestone hills.
Peppered with over 300 villages, many of which are "picture postcard" classics, here you will find some of the most picturesque and best preserved rural parts of England within easy reach of London.
It is the perfect place for a drive through English countryside and houses many first rate pubs where you can experience the great British tradition of a pub lunch.
Another alternative is to work in a visit to one of its special gardens such as Hidcote or Kiftsgate.
Oxford & Blenheim
1 - 4 Persons: £610.00
5 - 6 Persons: £650.00
Oxford & Windsor
1 - 4 Persons: £670.00
5 - 6 Persons: £710.00
Oxford & Cotswolds
1 - 4 Persons: £700.00
5 - 6 Persons: £740.00
OXFORD, BLENHEIM & THE COSTWOLDS