Historic B&B’s in Oxfordshire

One of the most picturesque counties in the country, Oxfordshire is also home to the world-famous Oxford University. Set on the edge of Cotswolds, it features some of the most beautiful honey-coloured stone towns and villages, including Ascott under Wychford and Minster Lovell, as well as the magnificent Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Winston Churchill.

And after a day of exploring the many delights that Oxfordshire has to offer, slow down and relax at one of the hand-picked historic B&Bs and charming country inns we humbly present for your consideration below. From the ancient Porch House, said to be the oldest inn in England, to the Castle at Edgehill, reputed to have been built upon the spot where King Charles I raised his standard before the Battle of Edgehill in 1645, we have scoured the county to bring you the very best.

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