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Le Manoir aux Quat SaisonsLe Manoir aux Quat Saisons, Church Rd, Great Milton, Oxford OX44 7PD, England. "Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons is the fulfilment of a personal vision, a dream that one day I would create a hotel and restaurant in harmony where my guests would find perfection in food, comfort, service and welcome." Raymond Blanc - Chef Patron A Michelin starred restaurant and sumptuous country house hotel with individually designed bedrooms. Our Ecole de Cuisine enables you to learn the techniques and secrets of one of Britain's most famous restaurants. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

Old Bank Hotel OxfordOld Bank Hotel, 92-94 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BN, England. Once Oxford's first bank, building has been developed into a hotel of timeless luxury; interior is modern, clean cut and stylish. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

Tour OxfordshireOxfordshire (Pevsner Buildings of England S.) Oxford's unique collection of university and college buildings both old and new form a major part of this book. The city itself with its medieval walls and castle and ancient churches is also fully described. Among the county's distinguished houses are Vanbrugh's Blenheim and Kent's Rousham Park, each in magnificently landscaped grounds, while village churches range from notable Norman examples such as Iffley to G.E. Street's inventive Victorian creations such as St Simon and St Jude at Shipton-under-Wychwood. Other attractive towns in this still strongly rural county vary from stone-built Chipping Norton in the Cotswolds to brick-built Henley on the Thames. Tour Oxfordshire.

Classic Locations OxfordshireClassic Locations Oxfordshire: Favourite Places, Hidden Secrets and How to Enjoy Them (Classic Locations S.) A contemporary look at Oxfordshire, profiling where to stay, eat, drink, shop and visit. It features independent reviews and stunning original photography in an attractive large format. The books focus on hotels, restaurants, shops and attractions, utilising local insider knowledge, together with 'light' culture, including the destination's connections to the world of film, TV, music and literature. The key features are: glossy, high-quality presentation; unique set of commissioned photographs (approx 30 full pages), plus pictures throughout of locations, establishments and famous people/places/stills from TV and films; and unique map illustrations showing locations. Tour Oxfordshire.

Folklore of OxfordshireFolklore of Oxfordshire An illustrated study of folklore, such as the lore relating to the Rollright Stones and Wayland's Smithy. This book contains tales of poaching and highwaymen, and is for those who wish to revel in the delights of times past. Tour Oxfordshire.

The Flora of OxfordshireThe Flora of Oxfordshire The Flora of Oxfordshire is essential reference for those who live in or visit the county, and provides a fascinating record of many changes which have shaped our countryside over the last 50 years or so.

Walking in OxfordshireWalking in Oxfordshire (County S.) Oxfordshire boasts a great diversity of landscape. Within its boundaries you will also find ancient forests, areas of wilderness, ironstone uplands, peaceful vales and a host of delightful villages. All are well watered by the tranquil Thames and its charming tributaries: Cherwell, Evenlode and Windrush. Walking in Oxfordshire has been written for anyone wanting to explore the county. Tour Oxfordshire.

Birds of OxfordshireBirds of Oxfordshire A comprehensive guide to birds and bird habitats of Oxfordshire. Its opening chapter reviews the long-established history of birdwatching and ornithology in the County. Drawing on the mass of information collected over the past century, the profound changes which have occurred to Oxfordshire's towns and countryside are described and their effects on birdlife reviewed.

Oxfordshire VillagesFrancis Frith's Oxfordshire Villages (Photographic Memories S.) Approximately 135 detailed period photographs from the Francis Frith archive with extended captions and full introduction. Suitable for Oxfordshire tourists, local historians and general readers.

Oxfordshire RailwaysOxfordshire: Pt. 2 (British Railways Past & Present S.) This title talks about: former GWR main lines from Banbury to Oxford and Didcot and towards Ashendon; the Bristol main line between Cholsey and Steventon, added to the county in 1974; the King's Sutton-Kingham cross-country route; the old Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton route in the county; the Woodstock and Faringdon branches, and the Fairford branch as far as Kelmscott; the former LNWR line into Oxford, Rewley Road; and the railway complex at Oxford.

Balliol CollegeBalliol College has existed as a community of scholars on its present site without interruption since about 1263. By this token it is the oldest College in Oxford or Cambridge. Balliol men were prominent in the collection of humanist literature in the fifteenth century, and the College was notorious in the century after that for adherence to Rome. Even the relative obscurity of the next two hundred years was occasionally illuminated by famous members such as John Evelyn the diarist (1620-1706) and James Stirling the mathematician (1692-1770). Balliol blazed the trail in the early 19th century by introducing a competitive entrance examination, becoming a dominant influence throughout the British Empire in Victorian and Edwardian times.

A History of the Oxfordshire CotswoldsThe Way It Was - A History of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds in Old Photographic Postcards The Way It Was provides a pictorial social history of North West Oxfordshire as it was around the turn of the twentieth-century up until World War II. To reflect the different aspects of rural life in the early part of the twentieth-century The Way It Was has been divided into the following chapters: The Rural Scene, Somewhere to Live, A Job of Work, Transport, Recreation and Pastimes, The Effects of War.

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