Oxford and Oxfordshire have a lot to offer to residents & visitors and there is a reason why it is a very popular place to stay & visit. From the ancient University of Oxford to the rolling hills of the Cotswolds there is so much rich history and culture to explore. From discovering an ancient civilisation at a world-famous museum, wandering around some of the most famous landmarks in the UK or relaxing with an afternoon tea, you will find something to do for all occasions and all members of the family.
The city of Oxford and the wider county are home to world-class arts and culture in stunning venues, the University of Oxford, museums, country houses and gardens such as Blenheim Palace and beautiful landscapes full of walking, cycling and boating opportunities.
Oxford and Oxfordshire have also provided backdrops for countless international films including Harry Potter filmed at Christ Church and James Bond’s Spectre filmed at Blenheim Palace, to name just a few. Many places across the county may look familiar to fans of shows like Downton Abbey, Midsomer Murders and Inspector Morse.
Oxford is also famous for some great farms, wildlife parks such as Cotswold Wildlife Park with over 260 different species of animal, the historical Oxford Castle and Prison & the Cogges Manor Farm, a Scheduled Ancient Monument with over 1000 years of history.
Oxfordshire is famous for its excellent local produce and delicious food. From Michelin-starred restaurants, cosy rural pubs, farmers’ markets, social enterprise cafés and international cuisine, you will not be short of places to eat and drink.
Due to the popularity of this area, we only have 1 brand new Omar Regency home available in Bayworth Park at the moment.